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About Fiery

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  1. AIDA64 has a different way of managing sensor readings. It has a predefined set of sensor item slots where everything needs to fit into. By going with a per-device management, the whole current system would need to be replaced, and over 120,000 lines of code would need to be rewritten. And the advantages of that effort would be very limited: basically it would just be beneficial in very rare cases where multiple complex sensor devices (like Aquaero) is installed. As I've mentioned above, in most cases (over 99%) the current way of managing sensor readings and labelling them is completely fine. As for your comments on whether AIDA64 can really manage two Aquaero devices and one Aquastream device separately, without mixing USB requests and stuff: yes, it can. Even though the list of sensor items are pooled into one long list, and I gotta admit, it's not easy to sort them out with your setup, the readings come from the right device and AIDA64 uses the right USB commands for each device you've got installed.
  2. Can you please export your current LCD settings (from AIDA64 Preferences) and attach it to your forum post, or upload it to somewhere on the web? Thanks, Fiery
  3. The issue will be fixed in the next AIDA64 beta update due later this week. I'll post a message into this topic once the new beta update is available for download.
  4. When the window color is at its default setting (white) and the window text color is also at its default (black), then AIDA64 will use blue color to indicate URLs that you can click on. However, when you use a custom color scheme, AIDA64 will use the system default hightlight color. On your system that seeems to be configured to light green which is hard to read over your background color setting. Make sure to pick a different, darker highlight color on the Windows system color configuration panel. Regards, Fiery
  5. Sensors aren't necesserily chips. Sometimes they're integrated in a HDD, SSD, CPU or GPU. We believe the current sensor icon is more suitable to represent a generic sensor type than the chip icon would be. Regards, Fiery
  6. Such difference is usually due to the different TJMax temperature value used by AIDA64 and the other software (HWiNFO32). If you believe the values measured by HWiNFO32 is closer to the real values, then you can adjust the TJMax value in AIDA64 / main menu / File / Preferences / Hardware Monitoring. Regards, Fiery
  7. I've just sent you your product key in private message Regards, Fiery
  8. Today FinalWire released a new stable update to the desktop editions of its popular system information software. As a new feature, it now allows users to define global hotkeys with which they can enable or disable the AIDA64 hardware monitoring panels or switch between multiple hardware information pages on external displays, even when AIDA64 is running in the background. The developers have made AIDA64 v5.80 DPI aware so that all elements of its graphical user interface scale properly when the DPI zoom is active in Windows. It supports the latest Windows 10 builds and the most recent hardware components, including the AMD RX 400 series and NVIDIA’s GTX 1050 GPUs. New features & improvements - AVX and FMA accelerated 64-bit benchmarks for AMD A-Series Bristol Ridge APUs - Global hotkeys to switch between LCD pages, start/stop logging, show/hide the SensorPanel - Proper DPI scaling to better support high-resolution LCD and OLED displays - Corsair and Razer RGB LED mousepad support - Microsoft Windows 10 Redstone RS2 Insider Preview support - Improved support for AMD Zen Summit Ridge CPUs - Improved support for Intel Apollo Lake SoCs - Support for Samsung PM851 and SanDisk X400 SSDs - Improved support for Intel NVMe SSDs - CUDA 8.0 support - GPU details for AMD Radeon RX 400 Series - GPU details for nVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050, GeForce GTX 1050 Ti and GeForce GTX 1060 What's new since AIDA64 v5.00 - AVX and FMA accelerated FP32 and FP64 ray tracing benchmarks - Vulkan graphics accelerator diagnostics - RemoteSensor smartphone and tablet LCD integration - Logitech Arx Control smartphone and tablet LCD integration - Microsoft Windows 10 RS1 (Anniversary Update) support - AVX2 and FMA accelerated 64-bit benchmarks for Intel Broadwell, Kaby Lake, Skylake CPUs - AVX and SSE accelerated 64-bit benchmarks for AMD Nolan APU - Optimized 64-bit benchmarks for AMD Carrizo APU - Optimized 64-bit benchmarks for Intel Braswell and Cherry Trail processors - Preliminary support for AMD Raven Ridge APU - Preliminary support for Intel Apollo Lake, Broxton, Kaby Lake CPUs - Preliminary support for Intel Cannonlake, Skylake-E/EN/EP/EX processors - Advanced SMART disk health monitoring - Corsair K65, Corsair K70, Corsair K95, Corsair Strafe, Logitech G13, Logitech G19, Logitech G19s, Logitech G910, Razer Chroma RGB LED keyboard support - Corsair, Logitech, Razer RGB LED mouse support - AlphaCool Heatmaster II, Aquaduct, Aquaero, AquaStream Ultimate, AquaStream XT, Farbwerk, MPS, NZXT GRID+ V2, PowerAdjust 2, PowerAdjust 3 sensor devices support - Improved Corsair Link sensor support - NZXT Kraken water cooling sensor support - Corsair AXi, Corsair HXi, Corsair RMi, Enermax Digifanless, Thermaltake DPS-G power supply unit sensor support - Support for Gravitech, LCD Smartie Hardware, Leo Bodnar, Modding-FAQ, Noteu, Odospace, Saitek Pro Flight Instrument Panel, Saitek X52 Pro, UCSD LCD devices - Portrait mode support for AlphaCool and Samsung SPF LCDs - SensorPanel and LCD: right-to-left bars, static label control strings - 0.01 Celsius temperature measurement resolution for select sensor items - System certificates information - Support for LGA-1151 motherboards - Support for USB 3.1 peripherals - Extended ACPI table decoding - Advanced support for Adaptec and Marvell RAID controllers - Autodetect information and SMART drive health monitoring for Intel and Samsung NVMe SSDs - ACPI 6.1, CUDA 7.0, OpenCL 2.1, OpenGL ES 3.2, SMBIOS 3.0, VirtualBox v5.0 support - Corsair Neutron XT, Crucial BX100, Crucial BX200, Crucial MX200, Kingston HyperX Predator, Kingston HyperX Savage, Kingston SSDNow UV300, Kingston SSDNow UV400, Lite-On MU II, OCZ Trion 100, OCZ Vector 180, Plextor M6V, Samsung CM871, Samsung PM871, SanDisk Ultra II, SanDisk Z400s, SK Hynix SC300 SSD support - GPU details for AMD Radeon Rx 300 and R9 Fury Series - GPU details for nVIDIA GeForce 900 Series, GeForce GTX 1070, GeForce GTX 1080, GeForce GTX Titan X, Quadro M3000M, Quadro M5000M, Tesla M60, Tesla P100 [ Press Release (English) ] [ Press Release (italiano) ] [ Press Release (magyar) ] [ What's new in AIDA64 v5.80 ] [ Download ]
  9. Thank you for your feedback
  10. There's nothing wrong with your CPU or its current operating temperature. AIDA64 simply uses the wrong thermal rail to measure CPU temperature. The right CPU temperature while you were making the sensor dump was actually 48 Celsius. The issue will be fixed in the next AIDA64 update due in 2 days from now Regards, Fiery
  11. That was only a temporary solution. Sadly it didn't look all that great on anything else but a very bright background (e.g. white or yellow). On regular and dark shades, like the default background color of the OSD Panel and SensorPanel, it looked too dark, so we had to come up with something that looks equally good over light and dark backgrounds. Regards, Fiery
  12. How about Rivatuner (RTSS) ? Regards, Fiery
  13. The above mentioned new AIDA64 beta update is available for download at: Please let me know how it works
  14. The above mentioned new AIDA64 beta update is available for download at: Please let me know how it works
  15. Thank you for the test. The issue will (hopefully) be fixed in the next AIDA64 beta update due later this week. I'll post a message into this topic once the new beta is available for download. Thank you for your patience