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  1. AIDA64 is correct! To be more precise: MSI Afterburner and GPU-Z are wrong (on the percent, but have the correct RPM). Precision X1 and AIDA64 (6.32.5650 Beta) are correct. See attached image. img20210322165105.bmp
  2. Just checking in to see if there are any updates. Was curious if maybe you have dusted off the LCD code to see if any of this is possible to easily add. Thank you, as always.
  3. The GPU sensors (GPU1/2,MEM1/2/3,PWM1/2/3/4/5,FAN1/2/3) are working great for me on the LCD. Thank you for getting this working, it is very much appreciated!
  4. The GPU sensors work great on the LCD. I put all the GPU sensors on the LCD and verified them against the EVGA Precision sensor window. Everything lines up correctly (temperatures and fan speeds). I attached a screenshot of the LCD setup and EVGA Precision sensor window for reference. Side note: One thing EVGA Precision software does is use max of GPU1/2 as GPU, max of PWR1/2/3/4/5 as PWR, max of MEM1/2/3 as MEM, to drive the fan curves/onboard leds/etc. I know AIDA64 doesn't allow aggregate functions on sensors (ie, max of sensor1, sensor2, sensor3), HOWEVER what is great in this circums
  5. I completely understand if any of this is considered too specific (although I would think this would benefit almost everyone with a CrystalFontz LCD). You did mention #3 (reboot module on exit option) and #1 (independent brightness for LCD and keypad), so the only one left is #2 (key support to adjust/toggle brightness) to consider as "deep customizations". I would think simply adding the ability to toggle brightness to 0 vs whatever the sliders are set to would be a fairly simple thing -- aida64 is already reading the keys for up/down/left/right to do page switching, so handling CHECK or CANC
  6. It looks good. I verified on my EVGA GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 and using the EVGA Precision XOC (x64 v 6.1.6) sensor window I was able to verify (via a bit of gaming in a window to get unique temperatures) that all the temperatures (gpu1/2, mem1/2/3, pwr1/2/3/4/5) line up (ie. gpu2 was gpu2 from EVGA Precision and AIDA64 Sensor, etc.). Can't wait to see this appear in the LCD sensors.
  7. Here is the dump. Thank you for looking at this. nvidiasmbusdump.txt
  8. I second this question/request (providing all the EVGA iCX values in AIDA64). I am hoping it is as simple as reading from the correct register location.
  9. So first I want to say, amazing support for CrystalFontz CFA835 LCD. It works great (and I love the greyscale support)! Only a few things (3) I wish AIDA64 did with this LCD and it would be PERFECT for me. I am a software developer, so I THINK this would be easy, but I know it depends on how the code is factored at the moment (ie. cfa635/735/835 all using the same code base such that writing specific code for cfa835 is not that easy). I am also not sure if AIDA64 is calling the API directly or not, so my suggestions might not be possible. And of course, these are all suggestions, I don't actua
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