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  1. I believe I have discovered what caused the issue. I had installed Intel Rapid Storage Technology drivers Using RST instead makes the problem go away. However, I wonder if AIDA64 may not be monitoring the correct sensor, looking at the HWiNFO display?
  2. Another thing; I notice that under Menu>Storage>SMART, neither NVME SSD is listed, only my external HHD is listed.
  3. One other thing I noticed; with HWiNFO, there are two temperature sensors reported by S.M.A.R.T. One seems to change very little, perhaps one or two C°. As I recall, when AIDA64 was reporting the drive temperatures, it did not vary much either. On the other hand, the second temperature sensor may change as much as 20 C° with the amount of activity on the array. I have attached a screen snip of the HWiNFO sensor display. Hopefully that may help.
  4. eVGA Classified K (Z170). It is strange that several versions were reporting temps until yesterday. I tried System Restore, resetting BIOS, restoring a saved OS image, even updating BIOS firmware. Nothing worked.
  5. No versions that used to support temp monitoring for my two 960 EVO NVME SSDs in RAID0 are working. However, HWiNFO and SIV both report temps for the drives.
  6. What is going on with the downloads page? Nothing there for Windows, and no BETAs.
  7. Yes, the UPS is connected. Repositioning that sensor gauge works on 4321 BETA.
  8. 4329 BETA. I wanted to reposition the UPS Estimated Time gauge, using the X/Y coordinates, but the OK button is greyed out.
  9. I understand. I see that the latest BETA, 5.92.4306, notes: Hardware Monitoring / new items: M.2 #1, M.2 #2, M.2 #3 temperatures. This is not for RAID0, I take it? Thanks
  10. I see there is a new version of AIDA64, but still no temperature reading of M.2 SSD in RAID.
  11. @Fiery, Was wondering if any progress made on implementing the M.2 temperature sensor? Thanks
  12. Yes, I have CPU Utilization enabled in Sensor Panel. I disabled those Sensor Panel items and ran Stability Test:
  13. I do normally run AIDA64 with Sensor Panel in full-screen. I disabled Sensor Panel, ran Stability Test, and there were no drop-outs.
  14. All security patches, no 'optional' updates, no non-security 'recommended' updates issued after January 1, 2015.
  15. 5.80.4093BETA. Stability Test no longer freezes. However, something I never noticed happening with previous versions of Stability Test; CPU usage momentarily dropping to zero:
  16. 5.80.4089 BETA. Issue continues... EDIT: I installed my motherboard manufacturer's latest BIOS, and while at default settings, ran Stability Test. It froze immediately. Any version after 5.80.4068 freezes, any version before does not.
  17. 5.80.4081BETA Stability Test GUI froze at 21 seconds.
  18. MB - eVGA Classified K GPU - eVGA GTX970SSC USB external connections- Logitech MX700 Keyboard/Mouse, Thermaltake Max4 HDD enclosure with Toshiba DT10ACA100 1TB HDD, Epson WF-2540 printer, APC Back-UPS RS1500 LCD RAID - 4 x Samsung 830 in RAID0.
  19. 5.80.4075BETA Stability Test also freezing. Looks like 5.80.4068 is the latest BETA I can use for Stability Test.
  20. Priorities are as you say they should be.
  21. No, same hardware; 6700K, Z170 motherboard, 16GB DDR4, etc. EDIT: I disabled the DIMM TS, same result; Stability Test (and only Stability Test) freezes.
  22. Neither the Sensor page nor the Stability Test window by themselves caused any freezing. Starting the Stability Test caused it to freeze. This time, I had HWiNFO and Firefox open, but they were not affected, nor was any other thing in Windows. I have not tried every version yet, but the three I listed worked perfectly. Only the latest BETA appears to have the issue. Anything else I need to do? EDIT: Reverted to 5.80.4068BETA. Stability Test ran 15 minutes, no freezing.
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