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  1. I meant if you request us to add support for a currently unsupported display, it is best if you already own (or plan to own in the near future) the display It's not a huge problem if you don't, for example if you only want to purchase a display when it's already supported by AIDA64. Fortunately implementing support for RoboPeak wasn't too difficult, but there are a lot more challenging devices. Multiple displays of the same kind is only supported for a few displays out there right now. You can use: two Razer LCDs two AlphaCool LCDs three picoLCDs three Saitek LCDs three Trefon LCDs three Cwlinux LCDs three YoctoPuce OLEDs three Crystalfontz LCDs three Aquaero LCDs three LCDInfo LCDs three Phidget LCDs We only enable more than one LCD support (of the same kind) per request, since most users only have one display from a particular vendor. You can however mix any number of displays when they're different kind. For example, you can use one LCD2USB, one Samsung SPF, one Matrix Orbital GX, one RoboPeak, and one EastRising (so 5 displays total, but it can be even more) simultaneously with AIDA64. The only difficulty you will experience with such a setup is the delays in poll rate due to the enermous USB traffic BTW, just as with multiple devices support, hot-plug support and rotation support are also only enabled for a few devices. But they can be enabled for other devices per user request.
  2. I'm not sure what RAM modules you've got. If they're for example DDR4-3000 rated modules, you may want to try lowering the DRAM frequency to 2933 or 2667 MHz, and check fi it helps to stabilize their operation. You can also try to change Command Rate (Tcmd or tCR) to 2T in the UEFI Setup (BIOS Setup). Of course, make sure to have all Windows patches applied, and have the latest BIOS update flashed into your motherboard.
  3. Thank you. Although, it would be best if you owned those displays and really wanted to use AIDA64 on them
  4. We've opened a separate topic for RoboPeak:
  5. We've added support for RoboPeak RPUSBDisp color graphical USB-connected LCD display. You can enable the LCD device from AIDA64 / main menu / File / Preferences / Hardware Monitoring / LCD / RoboPeak. Currently there is no Windows driver made specifically for RoboPeak displays. But there's a workaround: you can use the AlphaCool LCD driver (Version 2.1). The driver installation has to be forced due to the USB device ID mismatch (between AlphaCool and RoboPeak displays). The driver installation works as: Open Device Manager --> Other devices --> double-click on rp-usbdisp --> Update Driver button --> Browse my computer for driver software --> Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer --> Show All Devices --> Next button --> Have Disk button --> Browse button --> select acusbdisplay.inf file from the AlphaCool LCD driver folder --> Next button --> press Yes button on the Update Driver Warning message box. You can order a RoboPeak display from DFRobot at: https://www.dfrobot.com/product-1062.html#.UqfXHfSnoqX You can find the new AIDA64 beta update at: https://www.aida64.com/downloads/latesta64xebeta Please let us know if you find any difficulties enabling or using this new feature. Also let us know if you've got another kind of LCD device that is currently unsupported by AIDA64. Regards, Fiery
  6. Thank you. We've added VRM temeprature reading for Maximus XI Hero motherboard in the latest AIDA64 beta update: https://www.aida64.com/downloads/latesta64xebeta After upgrading to this new version, make sure to restart Windows to finalize the upgrade.
  7. Fiery

    Locating correct icon

    We've seen such issues about missing icon, but despite a few attempts to resolve it, it sometimes still can happen. Are you using the latest beta version of AIDA64? If not, check it out, maybe it will be able to update the icon on your Windows Desktop to make it look great: https://www.aida64.com/downloads/latesta64xebeta
  8. Fiery

    Crucial BX 300 480Gb wrong random read/write

    Thank you, it will be fixed in the next AIDA64 beta build.
  9. Make sure to upgrade to the latest beta version of AIDA64 Extreme available at: https://www.aida64.com/downloads/latesta64xebeta After upgrading to this new version, make sure to restart Windows to finalize the upgrade.
  10. Fiery

    CPU problems

    Have you checked the DPC Latency Checker ?
  11. Fiery

    Hardware issues...or is it normal?

    I suspect it's because your CPU is overheating (and because of that, throttling as well) at 4.8GHz. Try the AIDA64 System Stability Test (AIDA64 / main menu / Tools / System Stability Test). Have only the FPU subtest enabled, press the Start button. Then watch the bottom graph for any throttling activity.
  12. Have you checked romP44's EastRising ER-OLEDM032 (SSD1322) device? AIDA64 has full support for that, and in my opinion it's a superb display with a great price/value ratio.
  13. Fiery

    update

    We'd like to roll out the last update for this year sometime in November. But only if things fall into the right places Worse case it's gonna happen in January.
  14. Fiery

    Does someone knows how to do that?

    You can apply an offset and/or a multiplier on any temperature, cooling fan and voltage readings in AIDA64 / main menu / File / Preferences / Hardware Monitoring / Correction.
  15. Thank you for your feedback. What you can see is normal. The NCT6683D sensor chip that is integrated on your motherboard is capable of measuring 5 different temperatures. Unfortunately only Alienware (Dell) knows what the 4 generic motherboard temperature readouts stand for. Or maybe you can find the thermal readings in the BIOS Setup as well?
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