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  1. @Squall Leonhart, Well, I tried that, installing over 11.5.0.1149, and although the drivers (iaStorA.sys and iaStorF.sys) were installed (as reported by Device Manager and confirmed in the System32/drivers folder), Task Manager and the RST GUI both indicated 11.5.0.1149. I tried uninstalling 11.5.0.1149 completely and then installing 11.5.0.1153 both manually through Device Manager, and by running DPInst. Again, the drivers were installed in the System32/drivers folder, were reported by Device Manager, but the RST Service did not run, did not appear in Task Manager, nor did I have any RST GU
  2. Thank you, but yes, I have trying to get it properly installed all morning. Eventually, I went back to the 1149 until a proper installer is provided.
  3. I also was wondering about this, but does memory usage actually equate to memory stress? When I run the Memory portion (all others unchecked) of System Stability Test, my memory usage, (according to AIDA64) goes from ~1160MB to ~1290MB, an additional ~130MB of memory being used.
  4. Fiery, While I agree that AIDA64 should be fully functional and eaisly usable by even the most inexperienced of users, some of us would actually like more flexibility in customizing our Sensor Panel(s). And I understand that it is quite a lot of work for you and the team to maintain the application, with updates and feature requests, but I was wondering if you had considered the possibility of offering a 'Lite' version for the novice user or those who want a simple/basic GUI, and possibily offer a more advanced version (even if it incurs a price premium) for more experienced users? I, for on
  5. With gauges: http://i291.photobucket.com/albums/ll305/Arctucas/SensorPanel5-9-12.jpg
  6. Fiery, I really like the the gauges in the new Senson Panel. Is there a possibility of optional gauges, such as having a needle? Thanks again.
  7. No problem. I am trying to get a new motherboard BIOS that includes the latest Intel RAID OROM. Will that have any effect?
  8. The new version works as expected, thank you for the update.
  9. Fiery, I installed the 11.5.0.1149 BETA Intel Rapid Storage Technology drivers, because it (supposedly) supports TRIM on RAID. However, I then lose the temperature monitoring in Sensor Panel for my SSDs. Doing a System Restore back to RST 11.1.0.1006 returns the temperature monitoring. I know the 11.5.0.1149 is BETA, but is there a way to fix this in AIDA64? Thanks, and keep up the excellent work.
  10. @Fiery, I understand completely. I can only imagine it is a full-time job simply trying to keep up with new hardware, let alone find time to implement a new GUI. I was just asking to see if it still being considered. I understand it is not a priority, and may not even be implemented at all. Thank you for replying.
  11. Confirmed. However, closing and restaring AIDA64 causes the items to again be missing from Sensor Panel.
  12. Thanks, I missed that. Excellent work as usual.
  13. @Fiery, Thank you for addressing this so quickly. However, it does not appear to have changed in my case. Battery dump: ------[ AIDA64 v2.20.1834 Beta ]------ ------[ Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 (64-bit) ]------ ------[ Motherboard Info ]------ Motherboard ID : 08/25/2011-141-GT-E770-8A79TEVHC-00 Motherboard Model : EVGA X58 Classified3 (E770) Motherboard Chipset : Intel Tylersburg X58, Intel Nehalem Award BIOS Type : Phoenix - AwardBIOS v6.00PG Award BIOS Message : Release Number IX587783 DMI MB Manufacturer : EVGA DMI MB Product : EVGA X58 3x S
  14. I was using the graph in System Stability Test, and I selected the Powers>Battery to see a graph of the wattage drawn through my UPS. I noticed that the graph only goes to 200W. At idle, my system draws a little over 400W through the UPS. Is it possible to increase the maximum wattage on the graph to at least 1000W? Thanks.
  15. Computer/Sensor Computer/Power Management My apologies, I should have said it is missing from my Sensor Panel, although it is listed in the Sensor Panel Manager. That is where it should be, and has been for every version since you added it. Here is the Battery Dump. ------[ AIDA64 v2.20.1812 Beta ]------ ------[ Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 (64-bit) ]------ ------[ Motherboard Info ]------ Motherboard ID : 08/25/2011-141-GT-E770-8A79TEVHC-00 Motherboard Model : EVGA X58 Classified3 (E770) Motherboard Chipset : Intel Tylersburg X58, Intel Nehalem Awa
  16. Version 1807 BETA had UPS Battery Voltage, version 1812 BETA does not? Thanks
  17. I works perfectly for my Back-UPS RS1500LCD. Thank you, and keep up the excellent work.
  18. I will post a link, rather than the 1920x1200 screenshot. http://i291.photobucket.com/albums/ll305/Arctucas/Sensorpanel1-30-12.jpg
  19. Further observations: I opened two instances of GPU-Z 0.5.8 (one for each card) to monitor the frequency and usage. Starting with a baseline of 50.6 MHz and 0% usage on both cards, I started AIDA64 and opened the System Stability Test GUI. I unchecked all the tests. I then checked only the CPU test and pressed Start. Both cards frequency went to 797.3 MHz (I have them clocked at 800MHz), After a minute or so, the #2 (bottom) card went back to 50.6 MHZ, but the #1 card remained at 797.3 MHz. The GPU load remained at 0% for both cards, according to both AIDA64 and GPU-Z. When I stopped the
  20. I am noticing similar behavior with the 2.20.1800. I ran the GPU test (only, all other stress test options unchecked), for about fifteen minutes. I monitored the temperatures on my two GTX460 cards (SLi), seeing ~76° for the #1 (top) card and ~74° for the #2 (bottom) card. I pressed the Stop button on the Stress Testing GUI, and the test stopped. However, while the #2 card clocks went back to normal idle speeds, the #1 card clocks remained at 3D (full) speeds. I also noticed that the #2 card temperature dropped back to what it normally is at idle, ~36°, the #1 card only dropped to ~55°, w
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