Jump to content
AIDA64 Discussion Forum


  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


Fiery last won the day on June 2

Fiery had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

327 Excellent

About Fiery

  • Rank
    AIDA64 Developer

Contact Methods

  • Website URL

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
    Budapest, Hungary
  • Interests
    AIDA64 :)

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. If you've changed both the motherboard and the memory modules, and you still have issues, then it can either be the CPU or the PSU. Hard to tell from here though As for conhost.exe, it's strange, since AIDA64 never calls or links that particular executable file.
  2. Fiery

    Water In sensor (Asus Rampage VI)

    Grouping cannot be 100% consistent about icons, because for example, on systems featuring an Intel iGPU the CPU GT Cores temperature will have a different icon
  3. Fiery

    What is "normal" for laptop?

    Yes, it's normal for a thin laptop. The drop of CPU core clock speed is normal for low-TDP processors like mobile CPUs, especially for the ones put into thin cases. The CPU has to obey the tight TDP limit, and under heavy stress the only way to do so is to lower the working core clock frequency. The other constraint is the thermal issue: once it crosses the limits, the CPU will either throttle or keep lowering the CPU clock speed to prevent the system from overheating.
  4. Hallo Fiery,

    i had win10 (1803) freezed with Aida64 extrem. The last beta its ok now.

    I hope ;)

    I keep testing.. Its nice programm :)

  5. Fiery

    Water In sensor (Asus Rampage VI)

    1) Fixed it, thank you. 2) We'll bump VBAT Battery voltage down a line to make it look slightly better. 3) The groups (sections) cannot be renamed permanently. 4) System Stability Test uses a separate sensor module, so the changes you apply to the Computer / Sensor page will not affect the System Stability Test. Thank you for your feedback. Please keep 'em comin'
  6. Fiery

    AIDA64 and Aorus Graphics Engine doesn't work

    Awesome, thank you for the feedback
  7. Fiery

    Temperatures correctio

    You can adjust sensor readings in AIDA64 / main menu / File / Preferences / Hardware Monitoring / Correction.
  8. Fiery

    AIDA64 and Aorus Graphics Engine doesn't work

    Please upgrade to the latest beta version of AIDA64 Extreme available at: https://www.aida64.com/downloads/latesta64xebeta Let me know if it helps.
  9. Fiery

    Water In sensor (Asus Rampage VI)

    Here's the first AIDA64 beta where you can rename labels on the Computer / Sensor page. Right now it only works if you click on the label to edit it in-place. So there's no right-click context menu or main menu item to perform the renaming. https://www.aida64.com/downloads/latesta64xebeta Let me know how it works Please note that if you want to revert back to the default label, just clear the label (empty string) and press Enter. Also note that we've had to rewrite the whole code behind the Sensor page in order to implement the label renaming feature, so the order of the readings could be slightly different than previously. And also there's a slim chance that we've left minor bugs in there -- which I'm sure you'll catch
  10. It looks like an OpenGL related issue, since AIDA64 detects OpenGL at startup. Does CPU-Z work on your device right now? Is your S7 the regular global model SM-G930F?
  11. What you need to do is: 1) Download the driver ZIP package that you've linked, and extract it to your system somewhere 2) Connect the SPF-87H to one of the USB ports of your computer 3) Start AIDA64, go to main menu / File / Preferences / Hardware Monitoring / LCD / Samsung 4) Tick the checkbox called Enable Samsung SPF LCD support 5) AIDA64 will make the SPF-87H device to switch from mass storage mode to mini-monitor mode, which will change the device that you can see in the Device Manager to the one that you need to install the downloaded driver for 6) Open Device Manager, and install the driver that you've downloaded in step #1 7) Once the driver is installed, close AIDA64, open it again, go to main menu / File / Preferences / Hardware Monitoring / LCD / Samsung 8) Tick the checkbox called Enable Samsung SPF LCD support again. This time it should start working and display the blue splash screen on the SPF-87H screen Let me know if you run into any troubles. Please note that we've gone through that list of to-do's using a SPF-75H screen of ours using the latest 64-bit Windows 10 build (17134.112) earlier today in order to make sure the supplied driver can still be installed properly.
  12. Fiery

    Share your SensorPanel

    You can import those files in AIDA64 / main menu / File / Preferences / Hardware Monitoring / LCD / OdoSpace / LCD Items.
  13. Thank you for your feedback. The system restart is sometimes necessary, because after upgrading to a new AIDA64 build Windows could get confused about the changes in our kernel driver.
  14. I'm afraid I lost track of the potential issues about your systems Do you have any remaining issues or potential bugs? As for the AX1500i, what is the exact reading that you miss that you have on RM650i?