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  1. Got it. Thanks again @Fiery. You guys are great - keep up the good work!
  2. Hi @Fiery, Thanks for all of your help on this. From what I've gleaned from the Internet it would appear that EVGA doesn't have the pump RPM pin connected to a wire for their watercooled GPUs. So while there is a pin there is no way to actually read the RPM from the pump. What's odd is that your software appears to be picking it up though as I'm seeing a GPU2 fan speed in AIDA64. Take care.
  3. Hi @Fiery. Just wanted to check in to see if you needed any additional information. Thanks.
  4. Hi @Fiery, The latest beta build does show more video card sensors, which is great. However, a couple of sensors are still missing and/or were removed (i.e., pump) with this build. GPU2 and GPU Diode are present, but the 3rd GPU temperature appears to be missing (see my post above). GPU & GPU2 are present under Cooling Fans, but show 0 for each. The video card has a fan which is usually idle, so showing 0 for one of those values is fine, but the video card also has a pump that's always running. A prior build of AIDA64 appeared to show the pump RPM correctly. Thank
  5. Hi @Fiery, I'm now running AIDA64 6.32.5631 Beta. It looks like you all made some great progress with the EVGA 3090 Kingpin, but I've noticed some issues. 1. There appears to be three GPU temperature sensors available for this video card (see below), however, AIDA64 only shows two GPU temperature sensors (i.e., AIDA64 GPU Diode and AIDA64 GPU2). 2. AIDA64 GPU2 (Cooling Fan / Fan Speed) correctly shows the stats for the single fan on the graphic card. 3. AIDA64 GPU1 (Cooling Fan / Fan Speed), however, remains at 0%/0 RPM no matter what. I believe that this used to repor
  6. Thanks @Fiery. I just noticed today that you responded. Here you go: nVIDIA GPU Registers ------[ Versions ]------ Program Version : AIDA64 Extreme v6.32.5600 BenchDLL Version: 4.5.841.8-x64 Windows Version : Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 10.0.19042.746 (64-bit) GetProductInfo : 0x00000030 ------[ Video Adapters ]------ EVGA RTX 3090 Kingpin Hybrid Gaming (24G-P5-3998) [10DE-2204 / 3842-3998 / Rev A1] ------[ Video Driver ]------ nvapi.dll: 27.21.14.6140 - nVIDIA ForceWare 461.40 C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\nv_dispi.inf_amd64_d67c20d727d4578c\nvldumdx.dll|||C:\Win
  7. @Fiery, can you please comment on this thread? Thanks.
  8. Hi @Fiery, I meant to tag you in the above post. Thanks.
  9. Hi, It would be great if we could get full temperature and pump sensor support for this video card (link). Thanks.
  10. It would appear that the latest version is unable to detect the key for my Windows 8.1 Enterprise install. The Windows key is valid. Please advise. Microsoft Windows 8.1 Enterprise BBBBB-BBBBB-BBBBB-BBBBB-BBBBB Thank you.
  11. Hi Fiery. No, I don't have any ASUS utilities installed and never installed them on this system. The only change to my system is the addition of the Dell UP3214Q 4K display and installation of the latest Nvidia drivers. I started to notice issues with AIDA64 when I set it my display to MST mode.
  12. I'm wondering if this has something to do with running my display (Dell UP3214Q) in MST mode. I notice that sometimes when switching from SST to MST some of the labels will disappear. I have no idea why this would be an issue for AIDA64.
  13. Upgraded to v4.00.2714 Beta. Same issues.
  14. 1. Asus Rampage 4 Extreme 2. Windows 8 x64 Enterprise 3. UPS (battery) information, memory timing information, motherboard PCH temperature, and the temperature for two Western Digital Velociraptors are missing from the above screenshot I've been running AIDA64 with the same hardware (e.g., CPU, memory, GPU, drives, etc.) for months without this issue. The only change to my system is the new version of AIDA64 and the additional of a Dell UP3214Q monitor set to MST mode.
  15. I'll let the pictures do the explaining but the gist of things is that entries from the OSD are going invisible. Normal... Not normal... To fix the issue I have to close and then re-open AIDA64 each time it occurs. Thanks.
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