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  1. Please let us know what motherboard, CPU and video card(s) you have in your computer.
  2. We don't have experience on that, but maybe others would chime in having the same phone than yours.
  3. It will save it to your location (file path) of choice.
  4. I have no idea why the issue comes about the AIO_PUMP RPM We've renamed the PSU fan to Chassis #3 fan since we had no better idea than this on where the Chassis #3 fan RPM reading might come from
  5. Here's the first AIDA64 beta to measure Hotspot and VRAM temperature for nVIDIA video cards: https://www.aida64.com/downloads/latesta64xebeta After upgrading to this new version, make sure to restart Windows to finalize the upgrade. Let me know how it works. @40rty@Amer Atya Alnomany@Mrmike@Chan Huang@pasgener@Neomail@Fabiomaster@cblue@Cristian Baldi
  6. Here's the first AIDA64 beta to measure Hotspot and VRAM temperature for nVIDIA video cards: https://www.aida64.com/downloads/latesta64xebeta After upgrading to this new version, make sure to restart Windows to finalize the upgrade. Let me know how it works.
  7. Here's the first AIDA64 beta to measure Hotspot and VRAM temperature for nVIDIA video cards: https://www.aida64.com/downloads/latesta64xebeta After upgrading to this new version, make sure to restart Windows to finalize the upgrade. Let me know how it works. @David Holt@Amer Atya Alnomany@Ralendil@KrdElsoy
  8. Here's the first AIDA64 beta to measure Hotspot and VRAM temperature for nVIDIA video cards: https://www.aida64.com/downloads/latesta64xebeta After upgrading to this new version, make sure to restart Windows to finalize the upgrade. Let me know how it works. @Betão@RWV@Goose@pasgener
  9. We've fixed the labels for the fan readings measured by the Nuvoton SIO sensor chip of your motherboard in the following new beta update of AIDA64: https://www.aida64.com/downloads/latesta64xebeta Let me know how it works. As for the other NZXT USB-connected devices, AIDA64 can detect them (a Kraken X53/X63/X73 and an NZXT RGB & Fan Controller), but I suppose due to the fact that you've had NZXT CAM Software running in the background, it couldn't open them and handle them properly. NZXT CAM doesn't really tolerate any other software gaining access to NZXT devices -- except
  10. Yes, it's coming in a few days, in the next AIDA64 beta build.
  11. Try to check it with AIDA64 v6.33 (latest version) as well. Your motherboard uses a very particular sensor solution, so let's start with that. Do you have any other monitoring software (either made by EVGA or a 3rd party) running in the background that may collide with AIDA64?
  12. Ah alright Have you checked this forum topic?
  13. I apologize for being slightly ignorant and clueless, but what's dbz and dbs?
  14. I appreciate your post, and you have a number of valid points there, but what you quote ("$60 pricetag ... PER YEAR") is not correct. We reserve the right to set our prices at a level where we believe the value of our software is, and what justifies the efforts and resources we've been investing into this software since 1995. You on the other hand have the right to choose a different software if you deem our prices unacceptable or unjustified. The fact that you're so passionate about our pricing and you put time and efforts into posting into this forum however indicates to me that you actua
  15. On your motherboard Aux temperature reflects the secondary system/motherboard temperature labelled as System 2 temperature by the UEFI Setup of your motherboard.
  16. 1) Do you mean the Global\\Access_PCI mutex? 2) I'm confused. Do you mean the throughput (bandwidth) benchmark for the caches or the cache latency benchmark? And what CPU do you think we measure an incorrect performance of and by what margin? 3) Are you the author of Ryzen Tweaker?
  17. What version of AIDA64 are you using?
  18. Thank you for your bug report. Please submit a report from the About page, and we will fix the reported issue in the next AIDA64 app update.
  19. Please avoid posting a single issue into multiple topics. I've replied you in your other topic. This topic is closed.
  20. It's usually because the display DPI setting keeps changing (for whatever reason). You need to make sure the DPI is constant since SensorPanel needs to follow DPI scaling setting to look properly awesome on all displays.
  21. That is caused by the always-on-top SensorPanel setting. When you press a right-click on Windows Desktop, Windows 10 (for whatever reason) take away the always-on-top state of the SensorPanel window. AIDA64 will then regularly have to check if the always-on-top setting is still enabled for the SensorPanel; and when it's no longer enabled, it will reclaim it. That's when Windows 10 (again, for some mysterious reason) hides the right-click context menu. Other than making the check for always-on-top setting less frequent, we couldn't find a workaround for this issue so far
  22. Ryzen Master uses averaging and post-processing of thermal readings while AIDA64 reports the direct and immediate temperature readouts. We believe it makes no sense to process the thermal readings and make them artifically "feel" or look different to the immediate readings. AFAIK throttling in the sense we're used to that term on Intel processors is not implemented in AMD processors. I suppose what you refer to is the way Ryzen processors alter their own CPU core clock frequency depending on the actual thermal state. If you mean that, then it'd useful to try the AIDA64 System Stability
  23. AIDA64 can measure the thermal readings coming from Farbwerk 360.
  24. Please right-click on the bottom status bar of AIDA64 main window --> System Debug --> USB Dump. Copy-paste the full results into this topic, or attach the results as a TXT file to your post. You may need to enable status bar in AIDA64 / main menu / View first. Thanks, Fiery
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