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  2. 80-90C is not unusual for the i9-9900K during stress testing. Note that the default thermal throttling temperature is 100C for this CPU, however, most OC guides that I've read suggest upping this threshold to 110C in the BIOS. Then you should never see throtting within AIDA64 stress testing. It is not clear to me, from your picture, where you are drawing air into the radiator from. If you can, then the best CPU cooling will be achieved drawing air from outside through a radiator at the front of the case and then exhausting out of the top. You can use PMW case fans to cool the other components. I cool my i9-9900K with a Corsair H115i AIO in a push-pull config at the front of my case. I can run AIDA64 stress testing all day long overclocked to 5.1GHz / PC3400 without ever seeing any thermal throttling.
  3. insp1re2600

    Asus Ryujin 360 OLED Screen

    Hi, Will there be support for the ryujin 360 oled screen for hardware stats on non asus motherboards pulled from wmi? This would be hugely appreciated. Thanks
  4. Thx Fiery for your help. Very much appreciated. I think, this a Windows 10 fault because: - Windows 10 1803 Clean Install with latest cumulative update. All core voltages change permanently. No core voltage is static at all. - Windows 10 1809 Clean Install with latest cumulative update. Core voltage of core #9 is static. - Windows 10 1903 Clean Install with latest cumulative update. Core voltage of core #9 is static. So what has changed in Windows between 1803 and now?
  5. somebody2978

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  7. Hi Marcin,

    Would you please let me know how you managed to make AIDA64 Business Edition recognize Kaspersky Endpoint Security on all my computers?

    Thanks a lot.

    Regards,

    Annie

  8. Hi Fiery,

    Would you please update me as to what to do so that my AIDA64 Business Edition can recognize Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10.2.6.3733 on all my computers?

    Thanks a lot.

    Regards,

    Annie

  9. Annie Abreu

    Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10.2.1.23

    Hi Fiery, Would you please update me as to what to do so that my AIDA64 Business Edition can recognize Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10.2.6.3733 on all my computers? Thanks a lot. Regards, Annie
  10. bbent67888

    Mounting VHD makes Sensor Panel disk temp disappear

    FYI, same behavior in 6.00.5100.
  11. AIDA64 has never implemented a SHA2 benchmark...
  12. Thank you. I guess the issue is due to the number of fans your card has got. Based on the product photo we assumed it has only got a single fan. Maybe Fan 2 in your card's case reflects the pump RPM for the onboard liquid cooling?
  13. Can you please check if the device is overheating after 4 minutes?
  14. The Windows scheduler explanation still applies: Windows deems it's best to run AIDA64 on the last core and probably puts more threads/processes on that core as well. It results in the core running at a higher core ratio than the other cores, which then means it has to use a higher VID step to operate properly.
  15. Thx for your answer and clarification. But in my case, it does not apply. I checke it many times and my preferred core is core#6 and not #9. Could there be any other explanation for this behaviour?
  16. Thank you for your feedback and for your kind words
  17. Thanks for the speedy response, I've tested this latest build and indeed the rpm readout is now the desired one. Thanks for the amazing product!
  18. Thank you now it works. I have Corsair Link to version 4.8.3.8 downgrade otherwise Link had lost the connection to the fans. A problem is still here. After about 5 minutes the display stops updating itself. Aida continues to run normally. If I restart Aida, the displaywill run normally again until after 5 minutes it stops updating
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  20. Yemble

    OSD Click Through Option

    Works as expected in 6.00.5100. Cheers
  21. >> As a hashing algorithm, SHA1 is obsolete. SHA1, but not SHA2. NIST does not currently plan to withdraw SHA2 or remove it from the revised Secure Hash Standard.
  22. As a hashing algorithm, SHA1 is obsolete. It's also redundant when you have a more modern implementation of SHA. But, to make sure not to leave it behind completely, you can still run the SHA1 benchmark from the GPGPU Benchmark panel (AIDA64 / main menu / Tools / GPGPU Benchmark / double-click on the box in the x64 column, third line from the bottom).
  23. Hello, why did you remove benchmark for SHA1/SHA2? this benchmark could be hardware accelerated https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_SHA_extensions
  24. We've added the secondary SSD thermal reading to the Sensor page following a user request in AIDA64 v6.00.
  25. Thanks for the prompt reply. The last version of AIDA64 only showed one reading even though the SMART shows two temp sensors. I wasn't aware there were two sensors especially for a budget ssd.
  26. Thank you, we'll fix the issue in the next AIDA64 beta update. I'll post a message into this topic once the new build is available for download.
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