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  1. Thank you for your reply. How do you explain the difference in behavior between AIDA64 and HWinfo? AIDA64 + ROG Front Base = Placing the display + fans to 100% after a few minutes HWinfo + ROG Front Base = No crash despite 3 days when the PC remained on?
  2. Thank you for your help. Unfortunately the problem remains the same. Out of curiosity I tried with another software (HWInfo), when I opened the latter he warned me against the use of the EC. I nevertheless accepted the risks. I did not experience any crash with HWInfo, either in fan speed or in the display of my ROG Front base. Could it be that a solution (given by Asus?) Could be integrated in HWinfo but not in AIDA64? Thank you in advance for your answer.
  3. Thank you very much for your answer. Does the latest beta version of AIDA64 improve behavior? Is Asus really looking for a solution? This problem seems to have been known for a long time and no bios have tried to solve this problem. Does not Asus seek to hide the problem, and therefore never solve it?
  4. Hello, I apologize for my English which is not very good. I have this configuration: - Ryzen 1800X - Asus ROG CROSSHAIR VI HERO (latest BIOS date: 3008) - Asus ROG Front Base (LCD connected to the motherboard by the connector "ROG_EXT", display of the CPU frequency, temperature and fan speed). https://www.asus.com/Motherboard-Accessory/ROG_Front_Base/ I use AIDA64 in v5.95.4500 When I use AIDA64 (Panel) + ROG Front Base after a certain time the fans are at 100%. In addition, the display on the ROG Front Base is completely frozen. I then have to turn off the PC, unplug the power, wait a bit and then restart. Using only the ROG Front base no problem to report. There seems to be a conflict between the two elements. I have activated all "Asus" items in the Stability menu but the problem seems to persist. Is there a solution to avoid conflicts between AIDA64 and ASUS subsystems? Thank you in advance.
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