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  1. 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?


  2. 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.


  3. 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.


  4. Fiery,

     

    I have these voltages listed in BIOS/UEFI. Some of which I do not see in AIDA64 (at least not by those names), some are listed.

    VSA

    VCCIO

    VCCPLL

    VCCPLL VBOOT

    VCCPLL VBOOT OC

    VCCST

    VCCST VBOOT

    CORE PLL

    RING PLL

    SA PLL

    MC PLL

    PCH

    USB/PCIe PLL

    BCLK PLL

    DMI PLL

    DIMM

     

    Is it possible to identify the ones that are listed in AIDA64, but by different names, and to add the others?

     

    Thanks for your help, and the great work you do with AIDA64.


  5. 6 hours ago, Tdubbs said:

    I just dealt with this on my Z390-FTW, and I could not find a manual report feature either.

     

    I did find a file called "EleetX_Report.txt" in my x86/EVGA/ELeetX folder though, and uploaded it for him. Possible that the file is there for you as well and that's what Fiery is looking for. 

    @Tdubbs,

    Thanks.

     

    @Fiery,

    I have attached the file. Hopefully, that is what you need.

    Thanks.

    ELeetX_Report.txt


  6. On Monday, August 26, 2019 at 12:25 PM, Fiery said:

    Thank you!  We'll have to do some research to find out how the VR VCC Temperature (SVID) reading can be measured.

    Meanwhile, it would be great if you could download the EVGA E-LEET X utility (Version 1.0.6) from EVGA's website, create and send us a report using it.  Such E-LEET reports include very useful information on the sensor layout of EVGA motherboards.  Thank you in advance!

    So, when you say to create a report, how do I go about that? I see that I can take screenshots of the various tabs, but no report option.

    Thanks

     

    Please forgive my ignorance, perhaps you could explain in more detail exactly what to do to provide the information?


  7.  

    On Friday, August 16, 2019 at 3:46 AM, Fiery said:

    VDIMM VRM temperature is measured as DIMM temperature in AIDA64.  I'm not sure about the other one though.  Is it shown among the other readings for EVGA Z390 Dark EC sensor?

    OK, got the VDIMM VRM.

     

    In HWiNFO, the VR VCC temperature is listed under CPU (#0): Intel Core i9-9900K; Enhanced.

    378307284_DARKCPU0snip8-25-19.PNG.48c865256069e7585044ca2fbee3119e.PNG

     

    Here is a snip the EC sensors:

    827019923_DARKECsensorsnip8-25-19.PNG.1d0632c4b5ab361011f2e855b67c09a1.PNG

     


  8. On 7/27/2019 at 10:58 AM, Fiery said:

    Yes, but the motherboard should have them included in the box.

    eVGA Z390 Dark motherboard.

    No thermistor cables, and no mention of thermistor headers in the manual, only voltage headers (Probe It).

    AIDA64 would not normally report non-existent sensors, would it?


  9. 3 hours ago, Fiery said:

    Those are headers on the motherboard where you connect thermistor cables.

    OK, thanks for the info.

    So, I would use those for an external temperature sensor, for example?

    Looking around, I see both 10K and 100K thermistors. I am guessing it matters which I would use?

     


  10. On Friday, July 26, 2019 at 3:26 AM, Fiery said:

    Those are the thermal readings that the BIOS Setup (UEFI Setup) labels as EC_TEMP1 and EC_TEMP2.  Previously we've put those readings among generic thermal readings (e.g. Temperature #1), but now they got their dedicated temperature slot in the AIDA64 hardware monitoring module.

    OK, thanks.

    What component are they monitoring the temperature of?


  11. 21 hours ago, tistou77 said:
    There is a sensor for the controller and a sensor for the processor (or something like that),
    So normal that it is not the same temperatures

    Which is why I requested the second temperature display.


  12. I know I am the one who requested this feature, so I am obviously biased, but I see ~4 to 8 C° difference in the two temperatures at idle on each of my 960EVO (RAID0), and as much as 25 C° difference, for example, when running a system virus scan.

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