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  1. On 4/7/2016 at 11:53 PM, Fiery said:

    You don't need the Custom Variables feature or AIDA64 Business to do that. You can simply write your readings into the Registry, under:


    Where String type values should be named as Str1 to Str10, and 32-bit integer (double-word or DWORD) type values should be names DW1 to DW10.

    AIDA64 will automatically pick those values up and display them among the available sensor items. You can then place them on the LCD screen just like you place any other temperature or fan speed reading.

    That feature is available in AIDA64 Business, AIDA64 Engineer and AIDA64 Extreme.

    Hi Fiery,

    Is this still the case for AIDA64 Business?? The ImportValues key does not exist under "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\FinalWire\AIDA64". Is there something new to consider?



  2. The Corsair Link option in the Preferences will not affect your case, since your AXi PSU is not connected via a Corsair Link device, but directly using the USB dongle. And the sensor readings via the Corsair AXi PSU code should be present on the Sensor page. +3.3V, +5.5V and +12V rail current and power draw values should be there for example.

    BTW, if you want to check the Sensor page values with and without using the AXi module, just right-click on the bottom status bar of AIDA64 main window --> HWMon Modules --> Corsair AXi / HXi / RMi. You don't even have to restart AIDA64 to switch that option. But you may need to enable status bar in AIDA64 / main menu / View first.


    Thanks Fiery,


    Understand the above.


    Is there no capture of fan speed and temps of the AX1200i that is similarly presented to he Corsair software?


    It would be great if the AIDA64 would present the actual device name and the outputs associated. Similar to the way AIDA64 does it with USB connected Power Management devices like an APC battery and PSU. (see attached)




  3. It should work just fine. The new readings should appear on the Computer / Sensor page. They may overwrite other values, like +5V and +12V that are read via other sensor devices.


    I can not tell the difference when looking at the senors page when the "Corsair Link" sensor flag is on or off. I sent the dumps above. The Corsair dump suggests there's no device although the link before noted the Corsair USB Dongle.


    The USB PSU dump seems to suggest its getting readings from the PSU "ax1200ie".



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