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  1. My sensor panel occasionally moves from my left monitor, where I want it to be, to another monitor. Sometimes this is because some software forcibly changed my resolution or turned off monitors. Sometimes it's because a monitor cable fell out or got bumped. When this happens, it's quite tedious to get it to the same spot again, since I have the sensor panel position "locked". I have to: open aida go to preferences find the sensor panel section uncheck "lock position" close aida preferences (because the sensor panel can't be moved while the preferences are open)
  2. Yep, that seems to have done the trick! As soon as I disable that option (even before restarting Aida), the CPU usage goes way down. It now hovers at <1% and very occasionally peaks at ~1.5%. When I rerun the Sensor Profiling Dump, GPUSensorInfo is still high, but LM78 is now about 50 times lower (0.148 instead of 7.9). My sensor panel did have CPU Opt RPM on it, which has now stopped working as you said (it's no big deal). I can't see any other changes in the sensor panel. Can I assume that, apart from CPU Opt RPM, disabling EC support will have negligible impact for me in AID
  3. Embedded Controller dump: ------[ Versions ]------ Program Version : AIDA64 Extreme v5.99.4900 BenchDLL Version: 4.3.793-x64 Windows Version : Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 10.0.17763.253 (64-bit) ------[ Motherboard Info ]------ Motherboard ID : <DMI> Motherboard Model : Asus Prime Z390-A Motherboard Chipset : Intel Cannon Point Z390, Intel Coffee Lake-S DMI MB Manufacturer : ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. DMI MB Product : PRIME Z390-A DMI MB Version : Rev 1.xx DMI MB Serial : 181037805502187 DMI SYS Manufacturer: System m
  4. Thanks for your attention, Fiery. Here's the Sensor ProfilingDump. Looks like GPU and LM78 are the main culprits? ------[ Versions ]------ Program Version : AIDA64 Extreme v5.99.4900 BenchDLL Version: 4.3.793-x64 Windows Version : Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 10.0.17763.253 (64-bit) ------[ Motherboard Info ]------ Motherboard ID : <DMI> Motherboard Model : Asus Prime Z390-A Motherboard Chipset : Intel Cannon Point Z390, Intel Coffee Lake-S DMI MB Manufacturer : ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. DMI MB Product : PRIME Z390-A DMI MB Version
  5. Open a sensor panel with a good number of items in it (eg. 5 or more) click on an item near the top click "move down" at least a few times, to move the item down the list now shift-click on an above item Shift-click of course selects consecutive items. But you'll see that Aida selects consecutive items from the original position of your selected item (starting near the top, downwards) instead of its actual position (its new position, upwards).
  6. Hi, I've used Aida64 for the Sensor Panel for many years. But after upgrading my PC*, I've noticed that Aida64 uses a relatively high amount of CPU (often hovering around 5%, sometimes hitting 10+%. Perhaps it always used so much but I've only noticed now. Anyway, the CPU usage seems unrelated to what's actually on the sensor panel: it behaves the same whether it has 0 items on it or 100. Though it does improve if I set transparency to 0%. And it does dip below 1% if the sensor panel is turned off completely by unchecking "show sensor panel" (as opposed to just hidden by sett
  7. The Monitor Refresh Rate sensor doesn't seem to work properly, at least in my case. My monitor (ASUS ROGswift PG287Q) has a physical button that switches between 60Hz/120Hz/144Hz. The button works without a hitch. I can see the refresh rate changing with my naked eye (noticeable change in smoothness) and by looking at a game's framerate while vsync is on (the FPS will max out at 60fps/120fps/144fps depending on refresh rate). The monitor itself also pops up a HUD that confirms the changed Hz value. But the Aida64 sensor doesn't pick up this change. It seems the problem may be at lea
  8. oh, ok. I assumed you could do it since you do it with the gadget. Btw, why are the gadget and sensor panel separate things? Is the gadget architecture too limited to do what the sensor panel can do? Anyway, Aero Peek would be nice, since it's exactly the sort of thing that Aero Peek was designed for, but I can live without it. I'm happy enough to be able to see it with "show desktop"
  9. ah, dammit, I just found a bug. The new no-minimise functionality doesn't work on "Aero Peek" (hovering over the "show desktop" corner button without clicking it) in Windows 7. This is actually the most important situation for the sensor panel to remain visible in my opinion, because it would let you quickly see your stats and then get immediately back to work Looks like I spent my $40 too soon :/
  10. Thanks. I've just bought an upgrade, and the no-minimise functionality works as intended. I wish this program wasn't so expensive, but it's the best on the market, so it's hard to say no...
  11. Cool, thanks. I'll check this periodically
  12. Could someone please tell me if this has this been fixed yet? My license period expired, so I no longer have updates. I'm deciding whether to renew, as this is the main feature I'm interested in at the moment.
  13. Thanks for responding/considering my suggestions. (8) Seems like a lost opportunity to me. I'd love to have aida as my one-stop-shop for all hardware monitoring and tweaking. I'd prefer not to have to run multiple utilities at once. Also, the UI of SpeedFan (the current best program for controlling fans) is very complicated and unintuitive. I'm sure you could implement a better one, and I'd expect you to get more customers if you did, as many of us use Speedfan only because there's no alternative. Though I guess you know what's best for your roadmap. (9) Are you sure? I find that set
  14. Hi, first of all I want to say how impressed I am with aida64. I've used it since about 2009 to display sensor stats on my logitech keyboard LCD. I've recently started using it for more, such as sensor panels on both my PCs and stability tests, and I'm loving it. I keep discovering more features, and the more I discover about the program, the more impressed I am. Great work. Anyway, even good things can be improved, and I have some suggestions. allow hard drives with A: or B: letters to be monitored eg. my backup hard drive was called B: (B for Backup), but unfortunately Aida didn't recog
  15. I use AIDA on my Logitech G15 keyboard: http://i47.tinypic.com/29fbeah.jpg Top row shows 4 CPU cores usage and temps on left, GPU usage and temp on right "GPU" on bottom row refers to VRAM
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