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  1. I ended up disconnecting the fans from the commander core and connected them directly to my mobo. Now they show up in AIDA 64. Now I can set up a fan curve in the bios and still control my RGB lighting from the commander core.
  2. Greetings fellow members! I just built a new system and use a Corsair iCUE H150i Elite Capellix CPU Cooler. The pump RPM shows up just fine in AIDA 64 but the three radiator fans are MIA. In AIDA 64 I have both Asetek LC sensor support and Corsair link sensor support checked. I've even stopped the Icue software from starting with windows to eliminate any conflict with AIDA 64.....but no success. Is the problem from having the three cooling fans connected to the iCue commander core instead of directly to the motherboard? Thanks!!
  3. I kind of figured it was mobo specific. Peculiar that it doesn't happen when the fans are running at the lower 40% range.
  4. I recently started using the AIDA64 remote sensor so I can monitor stats during game play on my Ipad. I have the Asrock Z97 Killer mobo. I have my CPU fan, and chassis fans set up in the bios to throttle up and down depending on CPU temp. Basically anything 37C and below my fans will run at 40%. When my CPU temp raises to 38C and above, all the fans increase in RPM to 65%. So when I'm at my desktop doing basic stuff the chassis fans turn in the 800 RPM range, and while ganing they throttle up to the 1200 RPM range. Anyway, today while gaming I noticed chassis fan 1 and chassis fan 3
  5. ------[ AIDA64 Extreme v5.60.3700 ]------ ------[ Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 6.1.7601.19045 Service Pack 1 (64-bit) ]------ ------[ Motherboard Info ]------ Motherboard ID : <DMI> Motherboard Model : ASRock Z97 Killer Motherboard Chipset : Intel Wildcat Point Z97, Intel Haswell DMI MB Manufacturer : ASRock DMI MB Product : Z97 Killer DMI MB Version : DMI MB Serial : M80-58026302933 DMI SYS Manufacturer: To Be Filled By O.E.M. DMI SYS Product : To Be Filled By O.E.M. DMI SYS Version : To Be Filled By O.E.M. DMI SYS Serial
  6. I upgraded to the latest AIDA 64 5.60.3700 and now my PSU voltages aren't listed in the OSD list. Also my fans are now all mislabeled in the OSD list as well. For example, my CPU fan RPM shows as "chassis", and one of my chassis fans show as "Aux 2." Now I don't even know which fan RPM is for what fan in the case.
  7. I'm running windows 7. I don't have the check box you show in your screenshot.
  8. This is the pop up I get after clicking on my AIDA64 shortcut. This is after extracting the new beta files directly to the AIDA64 folder. I have to take the check mark out of "Always ask before opening this file." Then everything is fine.
  9. Perfect! All is well now. I did have a question though. I used the zip file and just unzipped everything into my AIDA64 folder and just replaced the files as it asked me. When I was done, my shortcut always asked me if I wanted to run the exe each time. Is that normal? I finally just took the check mark out of "ask me each time."
  10. You are correct. I ended up grabbing the latest INF drivers from the Asrock website and installed them. The "PCI data acquisition and signal processing controller" entry is now gone, and I noticed I have a new item under "system devices" in device manager that I show in my screenshot.
  11. Here's the dump for the fan spinning state. I used MSI after burner to start the fan. atigpureg.txt
  12. I was wondering if the PSU fan rpm was actually my other chassis fan rpm. Thanks for the clarification. I'm sorry for not getting the other dump info on my graphics card. I will do that after I get home from work.
  13. Thanks for the reply! Is there a way to eliminate the entry in device manager? Not sure why but I'm not able to paste anything in this reply so I'm including the debug info in a text document. I have three chassis fans and chassis fan #2 is not showing up in AIDA 64. All three chassis fans show up in the bios. isasensordump.txt atigpureg.txt
  14. I just installed AIDA 64 on a fresh install of win 7 64. I have an Asrock z97 killer mobo. I noticed right away that device manager shows "PCI data acquisition and signal processing controller" with an exclamation point. Why is that? If I restore an image I created right before installing AIDA 64, the notice in device manager is gone. I also noticed that only two of my three chassis fan RPM readings are displaying in the software. Is AIDA 64 not fully compatibles with my mobo? It also shows that my MSI r9 390 graphics card fans are turning 1200+ rpm. When in fact the fans on this card
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