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  1. Wow already tested it Fiery: 1.) The values in the STATISTICS (CUrrent, minimum, maximum) 12v, 5v, and 3.3 tab does not get mixed up anymore in idle/gaming session 2.) When the fan of the Corsair RM1000i stops, the reading now displays the correct 0 (zero) rpm. 3.) As you have mentioned the 12v, 5v and 3.3v are already direct readings from the PSU. As always, Thanks for the very fast turn around time for fixing the bugs! More power to you Fiery and the whole of Aida64
  2. wow thank you will test it when i arrive home
  3. 1.) I am totally sure. no corsair link program/background service is running 3.) So the 12v, 5v and 3.3v being shown by aida is already from the PSU and not from the motherboard sensor chip? thanks
  4. Hi fiery, thanks for the fast reply 1.) I am not running other monitoring apps like corsair link software etc when this problem occurs 2.) thanks. looking forward to it 3.) can we have separate readings so we can choose what to display in the OSD? (Us being given the option to display motherboard sensor chip OR VOltage Readings from the PSU) that would be totally awesome
  5. Hi fiery im back 1.) I am using Aida64 5.70.3800 + Corsair RM1000i powersupply. And there are problems with the Voltage readings. The 5 volts and 12 volts reading sometimes misreads the 3.3 volts value and the 12 volts being shown as the maximum in the other voltages. Im experiencing as what this guy is experiencing from Corsair forums: (http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=157536) "I've just run the Aida 64 stress test again on that old Asus board, with the AMD CPU, using my RM1000i PSU. I only ran it for one minute and these are the voltage results that Aida 64 gave me. 3
  6. Wow Fiery! i have just downloaded the update 2738 Beta of Aida64 and it is totally fault proof for my MSI Z87-GD65! Aida64 ---> the best System Monitoring Application for years to come Many thanks to you Fiery and the whole team of Aida64! Merry Christmas and a happy new year
  7. wow the vdim is now being shown correctly one more problem i have noticed though. Sensor reading for the CPU FAN 2 and CHASSIS FAN #1 should switch places also you have mentioned above that there are new sensor readings. may i ask what they are? thanks
  8. Attached are the dumps you are requiring Fiery. thanks and more power! 1.5V set in bios ISA DUMP.txt 1.5V set in bios SMBUS DUMP.txt 1.6V set in bios ISA DUMP.txt 1.6V set in bios SMBUS DUMP.txt
  9. Okay here are my findings Fiery I can confirm that you have FIXED the wrong readings after sleep the readings now of the 3.3v, 5V, and 12v rails are correct now after system SLEEP one more hurdle to go though. Vdimm is still not being read correctly. i have attached a screenshot. thanks
  10. thank you will post my FULL report and observations in a day MORE POWER to you Fiery!!
  11. I have attached the dumps you are requiring 1.) ISA dump before and after SLEEP, with 1.5v (XMP) set in BIOS (Bios automatically sets vdimm to 1.488V. i have attached picture of the bios in vdimm voltage setting 2.) ISA dump before and after SLEEP, with 1.6V set in BIOS (Bios automatically sets vdimm to 1.590V. i have attached picture of the bios in vdimm voltage setting thank you and more power fiery and the aida64 team 1.5V vdimm (in bios) after sleep.txt 1.5V vdimm (in bios) before sleep.txt 1.6V vdimm (in bios)after sleep.txt 1.6V vdimm (in bios)before sleep.txt
  12. ------[ AIDA64 v4.00.2700 ]------ ------[ Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 6.1.7601.18247 Service Pack 1 (64-bit) ]------ ------[ Motherboard Info ]------ Motherboard ID : 63-0100-000001-00101111-041312-Chipset$1AQQW025_BIOS DATE: 06/17/13 09:11:52 VER: 04.06.05 Motherboard Model : MSI Z87-GD65 Gaming (MS-7845) Motherboard Chipset : Intel Lynx Point Z87, Intel Haswell DMI MB Manufacturer : MSI DMI MB Product : Z87-GD65 GAMING (MS-7845) DMI MB Version : 1.0 DMI MB Serial : To be filled by O.E.M. DMI SYS Manufacturer: MSI DMI SYS Product : MS-7845 D
  13. i have an MSI Z87-GD65 motherboard with an Intel 4770K processor. When my computer has rebooted all readings are correct as compared with MSI Command Center. but if my PC goes into sleep and i need to use it again, the voltage readings are all incorrect (+3.3, +5 and +12), i would also like to report that the vdimm reading is too high, 2volts before sleep and 4volts after sleep, vdimm set in bios is only 1.5v. I have attached the screenshot and will post the ISA Dump here. thank you and more power
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