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  2. I see, so would it be possible to have Uncore power displayed on my rig? eVGA Z390 Dark, 9900K, not using iGPU. EDIT: I figured it out. If I enable iGPU, although I am using discreet graphics card for video, the Uncore power displays.
  3. I am looking for a solution for a internal LCD to show temps and load% I have played around with the Aida64 demo. I am hoping to use a USB solution, not a HDMI one as I would prefer not to run a 3rd display device on my Graphics card. Does anyone have experience with BeadaPanel 5" they are claiming plug and play, and what are the differences between IPS and TFT as far as a 5 inch screen with decent graphic quality? Any help is appreciated.
  4. ok so I dowloaded it form link and because its an standalone version there is no upgrading or is there? And its still freezing same as before but on different code in ATI SMBus Dump : Trying ATI I2C Device GPU #1 / B07 - D00... I tried to add photo as before but its too big so I could not Edit: so I edit the foto here it is I guess bottom status bar might be enough.
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  7. GT Cores power measurement is only available when your CPU has an active iGPU. DRAM power measurement is only available for certain Intel processors too. We cannot add those just like that when the measurements are not available. Uncore power is calculated and shown even when GT Cores or DRAM power cannot be measured.
  8. You can do that, but first you need to enable Enable CPU throttling measurement in AIDA64 / main menu / File / Preferences / Hardware Monitoring.
  9. I would love to be able to add sensors to the various graphing/etc that AIDA64 does that would show me when my CPU is being throttled. I have a G15-family keyboard with the LCD, and I've been trying to get something on there to show me, mid-game, whether there's throttling going on. There doesn't seem to be a "sensor" for it though, but I know AIDA64 can detect it, because the stress test reports throttling.
  10. Last week
  11. Any update worth mentioning? -zc-
  12. I have Power Values for CPU Package Power, CPU IA Cores, but nothing for GT Cores or DRAM. Would it be possible to add those and the Uncore, please? Do you need a sensor dump?
  13. I'm afraid we still cannot reproduce the issue and so we have no way to fix it up.
  14. Thank you! Can you please try the ATI SMBus Dump again, but this time make a photo that would show the bottom status bar of AIDA64 window as well? Where it says "Trying ATI I2C Device GPU #1 / B..."
  15. In /SAFE mode AIDA64 will not enumerate PCI devices, SMBus devices and sensors using low-level hardware access. In /SAFEST mode AIDA64 will not load its kernel driver and not read SMART information from HDDs and SSDs. It's the safest way since then AIDA64 will work like any other user-mode software. Only you can decide whether the consequence of using those parameters (ie. the lack of information that will be missing from the reports) is fine with you, or you'd rather let AIDA64 use its full detection capabilities and interrogate hardware more thoroughly by omitting to use of /SAFE and/or /SAFEST.
  16. I'm not sure, since we don't deal with such matters. Probably someone at forums like XtremeSystems could help you about that.
  17. It is called Huawei Mobile Services. We haven't invented or made up the term from HMS. And why are you so upset about detecting an optional Android component in an app?
  18. I see. Would the best way to monitor the throttling by the GPU be a combination of "GPU PerfCapReason" and "GPU TDP%" sensors? -zc-
  19. That's our conclusion based on the methodology we need to use to measure those two thermal readings (PCH and PCH Diode).
  20. It's not easy to guess, but in such cases that's the best we can do. I'd try to borrow a PSU from a friend and try it with that. Although these times that's a tall order...
  21. Well, thank you very much! Is the source of this information published by Gigabyte, and is it available for general consumption, or is it proprietary to FinalWire? If it is generally available, I would love to get my hands on a copy. -zc-
  22. I don't think such a flag ("GPU is throttling at this moment") exists in GPUs.
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