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  1. Very simple and compact yet packed with useful information. Set up for a 6c/12t CPU, multiple drives, and a single GPU but can be modified easily. Also shows: CPU- temp (socket, die and individual cores), load (bar for threads, graph for overall), frequency, and voltage GPU- temp, TDP, load, vRAM use, voltage, and fan speed drives- load, read and write speed for each system- Ram use, system power draw (measured by PSU), Down/Upload speeds, date and time 2016-07-19.sensorpanel
  2. I often use the stability test graphs to monitor things even when not stress testing and thought it'd be nice to be able to monitor some other sensors on the same graphs. Things like GPU usage, RAM and VRAM usage, SSD/HDD read/write speeds, etc. Basically allowing more tabs to be added and choosing what to monitor to be customized beyond what you're already given. A way to allow us to monitor basically anything AIDA can already read.
  3. Any ideas? The socket sensor shows up as "Temp #3" in Corsair Link, and "CPU" (within mobo sensors) in HWinfo. Both Link and HWinfo find 3 temp sensors on the mobo, while AIDA only finds one. AIDA also doesn't see one of the fan headers on the mobo that the other two sensors see.
  4. To update, I am now using beta version 5.70.3854 There is no difference pertaining to this post but I thought I'd make the information up-to-date. It also appears that AIDA only finds the CPU fan header and one mobo case fan header, there are two other fan headers on the mobo it doesn't see (CPU and one other header are PWM, the other two are 3-pin).
  5. ------[ AIDA64 Extreme v5.70.3854 Beta ]------ ------[ Microsoft Windows 10 Home 10.0.10586.318 (64-bit) ]------ ------[ Motherboard Info ]------ Motherboard ID : 10/22/2012-RD990-SB950-7A66FG06C-00 Motherboard Model : Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 Motherboard Chipset : AMD 990FX, AMD K15 Award BIOS Type : Award Modular BIOS v6.00PG Award BIOS Message : GA-990FXA-UD3 F9 DMI MB Manufacturer : Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd. DMI MB Product : GA-990FXA-UD3 DMI MB Version : x.x DMI MB Serial : DMI SYS Manufacturer: Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd. DMI SYS Product : GA-990F
  6. Yes! Amazing job, the PSU works perfectly without freezing Link, I also re-enabled Corsair link support without issues. However, I have to keep Asetek LC sensor support (I have a H110i GTX and H80i v2 which I believe are both Asetek) because leaving it enabled causes the built-in fan controllers to be confused. Trying to set the cooler fans to a fixed speed (or max speed) in Link causes it to massively fluctuate between speeds randomly as if it's getting conflicting instructions. That was just FYI since having the cooler sensors appear in AIDA is not a big concern to me, as long as Link and AI
  7. As the title says, AIDA does not seem to see the CPU socket temp from my motherboard (other temps seem to appear correctly), HWINFO64 can see it fine but AIDA does not (I'd rather use AIDA), it only sees the CPU package/core temps, and one other temp from the mobo (It doesn't seem to see the NB temp either though since the MB temp it sees is usually ~35C and the NB would be way hotter than that, so it seems like it's missing the NB temp too). It's not critical since I'm replacing the mobo/cpu soon but it'd be nice to see the temp anyway since I've found the socket will reach the thermal li
  8. Thank you, after reading around the general consensus is that Corsair is screwing the pooch here. I don't get why they'd do that. Thanks for looking into it, it shouldn't be your job to correct the mistakes of other companies but your customers really appreciate it. A simple setting asking AIDA to ignore the PSU sensors should probably fix the issue like it did with the Corsair coolers. Thanks!
  9. So I'm having a problem with my new RM1000i freezing the Link software. When I start the computer with the Link cable plugged in (USB), I can't open the link software. It's frozen and is taking a constant 15% of my CPU but AIDA 64 can see reported values. If I start my PC with the cable unplugged then I plug it in, Link will recognize the PSU, not freeze and report correctly (AIDA 64 does not see it until restart). Neither my H80i v2 or H110i GTX have this issue. I suspect it's a problem with AIDA 64 (beta) since that caused problems with the coolers, but I fixed that by turning off Asetek LC
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