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  1. I didn't need to restart or upgrade as this is the portable version you've provided me. It's naming/detecting the things I pointed out correctly on this beta build. Looking forward to the stable release installation. Thanks for your work.
  2. So I'm on a new platform. ASUS ROG STRIX X470-F Ryzen 7 2700X And using the latest version of AIDA64 v5.97.4600 I'm getting incorrect temperature readings, fan names/sensors are not right; they should be Chassis 1, 2, 3. Also there's no voltage readings for the DDR4 memory. I used ASUS AI Suite III which is a program that came with this motherboard and that has the readings correctly, however I really would prefer to only use 1 program to do my hardware readings and that's AIDA64.
  3. https://au.pcpartpicker.com/list/KF28yf AIDA64.exe just runs on Normal priority whether it's ran manually or through a scheduler. aida_bench64.dll runs at below priority as what you mentioned by default whether it's ran manually or through a scheduler.
  4. I see, do you also experience the same issue? My solution is to just start AIDA64 manually everytime I reboot.
  5. Whenever I start AIDA64 through the Windows 10 Task Scheduler and I run the CPU+FPU+cache test under SST the entire interface of SST will become Not Responding for a few seconds then it will begin. However the interface is laggy meaning the line graphs update every 7-12 seconds and the Elasped Time counter will update every 8-12 seconds. Trying to click through the tabs will cause a 2-3 second lag. When I start AIDA64 normally either from the desktop shortcut or aida64.exe inside the installation directory, SST is not laggy when Started, the line graph updates every second so does the Elasped
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  8. Yes I realize that but I'm not doing any graphics testing so I ignore GT Cores just pure CPU tests and I have disabled my iGPU in my BIOS.
  9. Do I add CPU Package and CPU IA Cores under Power Values to know how much TDP/Power Consumption my CPU uses at X% load? Using CPU+FPU+cache for System Stability Test I'm getting a total of 189W (Package: 99W IA: 90W) at 4.5GHz 1.3v.
  10. Is this an error within the AMD v17.1.1 drivers, AIDA64 or both? as it is showing incorrect voltage readings? But GPU-Z shows the correct readings (I'm assuming). http://imgur.com/a/Otvhg Some more info: Before updating my drivers AIDA64 never shows my GPU Core voltage, just the other GPU voltages at their correct values I assume as there was nothing out of the "ordinary". I was on the AMD v16 drivers before updating.
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