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  1. On 9/4/2020 at 11:43 PM, Binary_Deviant said:

    I have a similar issue. I just got the evga z10 rgb keyboard and it seems that aida64 is the only program that I can use to show information on the lcd. I've tried other programs and no success. When I use aida64 underload my cpu temp rises from 33c - 54c and will go as high as 68c and then freeze. My mother board is the MSI b450m gaming plus. Cpu is Ryzen 5 1600x 16GB DDR4 3000mhz.gpu is gtx 1080. The cooler I'm using is the wraith prism rgb cooler. I at first I felt it could be my power supply because it's 550w.  Since I disabled the USB ports it seems to be working fine. I'm sure it will repeat it.

    So, what is your question?


  2. 16 hours ago, RamboRyza said:

    @Arctucas You're only running CPU only, not FPU or CPU+ FPU like the OP. In fact, you're temps for CPU only test are quite high at 55c...

    On water, CPU only test, you should be under 50c. My current rig runs pretty crappy air and even I get low 60s.

    I would bring your OC down a bit, (or consider rejigging your loop for better effectiveness). Somethings amiss there.

    OK, what is your rig running?

     

     

    aida64 cpufpu stress 8-22-20.jpg


  3. 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.


  4. Would it possible have an option when certain gauges could be 'highlighted'?

     

    E.g. I click on an active gauge in Sensor Panel there is an option in the context menu that will change the default gauge and text color so that it stands out from the other active gauges?

     

    Thanks


  5. Did some re-arranging:

    AIDA64 SENSOR PANEL 11-3-19.jpgWould it be possible to add a feature where we could highlight certain sensors (gauges) and have them change color?

    For example; I want to keep an eye on CPU voltage and water temperatures. I would be able to select those gauges and the gauge background would turn red with yellow numbers and blue 'ticks'?

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  6. 3 hours ago, Fiery said:

    I don't know how those devices can interact with each other.  As long as you can have a device that provides the readings via a meaningful way to AIDA64, it will display the measurements.  AIDA64 does support Corsair Commander Pro, just keep in mind that iCUE (Corsair's monitoring software) and 3rd party monitoring applications don't play well together due to Corsair's decision on not supporting the industry standard synchronization mutexes that would prevent collisions.

    Is it necessary to install/run the iCUE software, or will AIDA64 monitor the temp sensors through the Commadner Pro without it?


  7. 9 hours ago, Fiery said:

    The voltage sensors are as follows (this is specifically and only for EVGA Z390 Dark):

    - VSA (BIOS) = VCCSA (AIDA64)
    - +12V CPU = +12V CPU1
    - VGT = iGPU
    - PCH = PCH Core
    - VCCST = VCC Sustain
    - VCCPLL = CPU PLL
    - VCCPLL_OC = CPU PLL OC
    - DMI PLL = DMI
    - USB/PCIe PLL = PCI-E
    - BCLK PLL = CPU PLL2
    - DIMM CA CPU VrefA = DIMM CA
    - DIMM DQ CPU VrefB = DIMM DB

    The rest uses the same label.

    As for the gauges, you can simply specify the range as 0-2 to have a better "red line effect".

    Thank you, that info is very helpful.

    However, I appear to have neither the DIMM CA nor the DIMM DB sensors in AIDA64.

    Regarding the voltage ranges, I am able to obtain those from the BIOS, I just wanted make sure I was matching BIOS labels with AIDA64 labels.

    Thanks again for all your efforts.


  8. On Tuesday, September 03, 2019 at 8:38 AM, Fiery said:

    We can only monitor those that can be monitored by the motherboard itself.  Many UEFI BIOS'es implement more voltage rails to control than to monitor.  Sometimes the ratio is 2x or more :(

    I understand.

     

    The reason I was asking to identify the OEM sensor names as they correspond to AIDA64 sensor labels, is that I wanted to accurately set the ranges of the voltage sensors.

     

    As I am sure you are aware, the default voltage ranges are 0-15 volts. While the gauges do report the actual values in numerical form, there may be (is) no "Redline". For example, I was able to determine that the VCCIO range for my motherboard is .95-1.5V. This is quite a difference form 0-15V.

     

    I believe that being able to monitor the most accurate information possible should be the primary purpose of AIDA64.

     

    Any help you can provide is greatly appreciated.

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