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  1. Same question here. Not seeing GPU clock speed on my EVGA FTW3 3090 Ultra
  2. So I had a chance to test the EC Switching with the latest version of LiveDash on my Maximus X Formula. I have 2 thermal sensors connected to the W_In and W_OUT headers on the motherboard. I do not have Asus AI Suite installed. Before I installed the latest version of LiveDash (v1.01.08) the two temperature readings seemed correct and acted normally when using the Aida64 sensor panel. After I installed LiveDash, I would get momentary spikes in temperature readings only on those two sensors. The spikes would shoot up to 200+ degrees. My guess is that Live Dash might be using the same type of connections that AI Suite uses. So far, I haven’t had and crashes or freezes, only the momentary spike in temp. Is there anything I can provide you to help out? J
  3. This is great work, Can I ask if you can share it as well? Thank you! -Jason
  4. Thank you for the reply. The Live Dash software does not require AI Suite to be installed... at least I don't think so. I will report back in a few days. -J
  5. This is great news, I am assuming this is the same for the ASUS Maximus X Formula, I have one on the way. I am assuming that if I don't install ASUS AI Suite, then I am good to go? The Maximus X Formula has the OLED screen that is enabled and controlled via "Live Dash" Software, have you had any issues with this software and the EC support listed above? Thank you, -Jsunn
  6. Fiery, Thank you for the quick response. Maybe you can consider it as a new feature request. ;-) It would be nice to be able to glance at the sensor panel and see what my max temp was during my gaming session or rendering task. Thank you! -Jason
  7. Is there a way to display CPU Max Temp in the sensor panel? I see that you have it listed in the main program window for each temp monitored. Computer>Sensor It would be nice to have this value as a the sensor panel item. Thank you, -J
  8. Thanks for the quick reply. Based on your response it sounds like this isn't something that will ever be possible. That is a bummer. Thanks for your help! -Jason
  9. Hello, I just finished building my latest PC, it has the ASUS Maximus IX Code motherboard. I do have a water cooling setup, and was wondering if there was a way to have ADIA64 read the water temp from the Motherboard. The motherboard has 3 sets of pins for water cooling sensors (water temp in and water temp out) and a flow meter as well. I'm really more interested in monitoring the water temp, they use a standard 10kOhm temp sensor. In AIDA64, there isn't a sensor that corresponds to those motherboard sensors. Is that something that I can configure? Or do they not show up until I add a sensor? I can see the sensors with the ASUS software but I would rather use AIDA. Thanks for your help! -J
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