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  1. Since a few days I own an AMD Ryzen 9 3950X. I want gauges for for the CPU clock cores, but 16 gauges are a little bit to much for my small display (Mimo 7" USB-Display). So I build a set of double (half) gauges. As font I used Consolas with size 8. Hope you enjoy it. Double_Gauge.rar
  2. I'm using a 7" MiMo USB-Display with a resolution of 800x480 for my sensorpanel. I modified the medium standard gauges a little bit, hope you enjoy it. Custom_Gauge.zip
  3. I noticed that external fan speed in percent is implemented in the latest beta. And it is functioning. Great work. But there is an (small) issue: My Asus GTX 1080 is semi passive and I configured it so, that fans started at 55°C with 35%. AIDA64 is reporting this fine, but with something like a kind of time lag. Sensor Display starts with 2-3% and than goes in steps from 2-3% until 35%. That takes about 60 seconds. When the fans stopped it is the same, the display changes slowly until it reached 0%.
  4. Hello Fiery, there is no way to separately control the 1st and the 2nd external fan with Asus GPU Tweak II, even with the latest beta Version Both external fans have always the same fan speed. But for the dumps I connected two external fans as requested, beginning with 26% (the lowest fan speed that Auto Calibration allows. Nvidia_GPU_Registers_26.txt Nvidia_GPU_Registers_33.txt Nvidia_GPU_Registers_62.txt Nvidia_GPU_Registers_88.txt Nvidia_SMBus_Registers_26.txt Nvidia_SMBus_Registers_33.txt Nvidia_SMBus_Registers_62.txt Nvidia_SMBus_Registers_88.txt
  5. In these dumps is only one fan connected. Tomorrow I connect a second fan and make the requested dumps.
  6. Here are the files. GPU Tweak II shows only the external fan speed in percent and not the rpm. While creating the dumps I set the fan speed manually to 100 percent. Nvidia_GPU_Registers.txt Nvidia_SMBus_Registers.txt
  7. My Asus ROG STRIX GTX 1080 has two PWM-connectors for external fans. GPU Tweak II (Software from Asus) could read and display the fan speed of these external fans, is there a way to display this in AIDA (Sensor Panel) too?
  8. C6H and BIOS 6201: With BIOS 6201 and with AIDA64 5.97.4640 Beta there are no more fan issues since 1 week. I tested the system for many hours under realistic conditions (encoding more than 10 blurays with handbrake).
  9. Thx. Received 5.97.4640 Beta with the Auto-Update. Asus WMI Sensor is enabled by default. All seems to be fine, only the sensor reading from my Corsair H110i AiO-Pump displays 0 rpm in the sensorpanel. But after assigning the sensor new to the AiO its running too. PS: should Asus ATKEX Sensor (Asus ROG) enabled too?
  10. New Beta-BIOS 6201 released: • AGESA• Fixes fan calibration wrongly detecting 90+% min duty• Fixes APM settings (restore power on AC loss)• Adds an ACPI-WMI interface for sensor readings. It's the first release and may still have bugs. For example there's an issue where some temperatures and VRM current will read 0 at the moment. Latest HWInfo64 Beta will pick this up, not sure about others. This is the SIO sensor fix you've been waiting for. It will only be working fully when all software are using it. Now waiting for an AIDA64-Update…
  11. Then there must be another reason why the error in my system almost does not occur. But it is sad that ASUS uses such a cheap sensor on one of their premium boards just to maximize the profit by a few cents.
  12. Sorry for the late reply. The answer is simple: I tested it with BIOS 3008 and the issue ist nearly fixed (but in rare circumstances the fans run with 100% again after waking up the system from sleep).
  13. With the latest Beta-BIOS 3008 for the C6H the issue seems to be fixed. http://www.overclock.net/t/1624603/rog-crosshair-vi-overclocking-thread/30540#post_26473617
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