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  1. BIOS and Device Manager see the WD 8TB Black HDD, but AIDA64 Extreme, doesn't see the temperature of the drive. AIDA64 can see the WD 4TB Black's temp, fine. It also saw the previous WD 2TB Black's temp. I'm probably just missing something obvious. :/ Disregard...it fixed itself after about 5 reboots. LOL
  2. The only three temps I have that I don't normally show on my OSD are... VRM, PCH Diode, and Temperature #2. This is looking at the OSD config list. I see the exact same temps on the Stability Test > Preferences > Temperatures tab as well...
  3. Only other question I have is about some other temps. Namely... Temperature #2, and PCH Diode. They seem steady at the temps shown below. (Idle) All the other temps vary somewhat, but Temp #2 and PCH Diode, stay at 41C and 53C. What do these temps refer to?
  4. Ah, I get it. I have to enable the graphing of the power supply voltages, ON the Voltage tab... THEN they show up on the Statistics tab. The ONLY voltages that show up on the Statistics tab, are the ones that have been "turned on" on the Voltages tab. After enabling everything on the Voltage tab, it then showed up on the Statistics tab... Not sure what browser you're using, but left click once, then left click again... on the picture below, to see it full size.
  5. I've not only gained the 3.3v, but the 3.3v Standby as well. Kudos to an excellent job, my friend. So now I seem to have everything I should. I've gained... CPU Package, CPU_Opt, GPU2, 3.3V, 3.3v standby, 5v and 12v. Still don't see the power supply voltages on the Statistics tab of the Stability Test, and can find no way to add them. I can add them to both the Voltages tab and the Unified tab, though. Thanks so much for your tireless work on keeping this excellent program up to date. Just saw a news item the other day. Nvidia is planni
  6. Ok AIDA64 625.5400 (no beta). Motherboard temp agrees. For the "CPU" temp, AIDA64 shows the average, and it doesn't change. Stays fixed at 26-27C In HWInfo I SEE the 12v, 5v, and possibly the 3v? (3VSB could be something else... not sure) Now I'm gonna re-install the 5462 Beta, and compare again... brb. Ok, now the 5462 Beta is installed. Notice the CPU and CPU Package temps. AIDA64 is NOW showing how the CPU temp fluctuates as well as the CPU package temp. And here is a pic of the Stabi
  7. Yeah... 3.3v, 5v, and 12v. on the Monitor tab in the BIOS. ...and thank YOU for your excellent continuing work. You ARE amazing. ^^ /edit I been up for far too long. Don't kill yourself or anything on this issue. I will check back in 6-8 hours, after some much needed rest. You do good work. ^^
  8. Yes, it's in the BIOS. Like I said this is a weird motherboard. First time I bought a board NOT meant for overclocking or serious gaming, etc. I will go into the BIOS and double check, but I'm pretty sure I did that when I didn't see the voltages in AIDA64... brb
  9. Ok... we mostly succeeded. I have the 12v, the 5v and the ... 1.8V?, I also got the CPU Opt cooling fan as well. Now still no PSU voltages on the Statistics tab, BUT I can choose: those three voltages to show on the graph, on the Voltages tab. 12v, 5v, and 1.8v? Being as how my computer does function well, I will assume that the 1.8v is NOT my PSU's 3v. New ISA Sensor Dump, in case you need it. isasensordump.txt Current OSD (at least the things that might be important at the moment)
  10. ------[ Versions ]------ Program Version : AIDA64 Extreme v6.25.5458 Beta BenchDLL Version: 4.5.825.8-x64 Windows Version : Microsoft Windows 10 Home 10.0.19041.423 (64-bit) GetProductInfo : 0x00000065 ------[ Motherboard Info ]------ Motherboard ID : 63-0100-000001-00101111-122418-Chipset$0AAAA000_BIOS DATE: 06/19/20 16:55:22 VER: 05.00011 Motherboard Model : Asus Pro WS X570-ACE Motherboard Chipset : AMD Bixby X570, AMD K17.7 FCH, AMD K17.7 IMC DMI MB Manufacturer : ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. DMI MB Product : Pro WS X570-ACE DMI MB Version : Rev
  11. Ok, moved the AIDA64 Extreme folder to C:\ ...ran a new shortcut from aida64.exe Rebooted comp just to be sure? Still no power supply voltages. Also, might as well mention, that there is no entry in the OSD config for the CPU Optional cooling fan. The CPU cooling fan is there. This is a NOT normal motherboard. Asus calls it a workstation board. This is a VERY old (but high quality) power supply. Probably 10-13 years old. I'm also not sure if it makes a difference, But I installed Windows 10 Home without a System or a Recovery partition.The System
  12. Ok, I'm probably doing something wrong. VERY new to Windows 10. Tried extracting to C:\Program Files (x86)\FinalWire\AIDA64 Extreme folder. Tried to extract to the FinalWire folder... same message. Extracted to a "New" folder on Desktop, then copy/pasted/replaced into the C:\Program Files (x86)\FinalWire\AIDA64 Extreme folder. Rebooted comp, but no change. Still no power supply voltages. Same as pic in post #1.
  13. That link is to a portable zip version of the Beta? How do I use that to... "Upgrade"?
  14. I have no power supply voltages on either the Statistics tab or the OSD configure page. I'm not saying the voltages are zero, I'm saying they don't even exist. AIDA64 Extreme 6.25.5400 My CURRENT system... Windows 10 Home (2004) x64 [10.0.19041.423] AMD Ryzen 7 3700X (00-100000071BOX) ASUS Pro WS X570-ACE (2103 BIOS) EVGA 08G-P4-2171-KR Geforce RTX 2070 8GB 256-bit GDDR6 G.Skill Trident Z 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 (F4-3200C14D-16GTZKW) COOLER MASTER Hyper 212 EVO RR-212E-20PK-R2 CPU Cooler (push/pull) Samsung 860 EVO 500GB (MZ-76E500) WD 2TB Caviar
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