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  1. Thank you. Is it possible to monitor individual core clocks? Preferable to see min/max information as well.
  2. Hello, How can I use AIDA64 to monitor the individual core tempatures on my 5950x? It is running on a ASUS ROG Crosshair VIII Dark Hero. Thanks!
  3. HI all, Previously I was able to monitor the fan speeds and temp of my Corsair H150i Pro with AIDA64. Since upgrading to iCUE 4.x, AIDA64 no longer displays any sensors from my H150 Pro. Rolling back to iCUE 3.x allows AIDA64 to monitor my H150i Pro. I'm guessing AIDA64 was reading sensors from the iCUE driver and the driver has changed in iCUE 4.x breaking AIDA64's ability to read it? Anyone else having this issue? Should I report as a bug? Thanks!
  4. Makes sense. Thanks for your help! I really enjoy using AIDA64.
  5. Hi all, I've noticed that when I run the FPU stability test alone there is little difference in maximum temperatures with or without AVX enabled. Actually, the test runs about 1-2 degrees cooler with AVX enabled. This is not what I expected. After working with other tools like Prime95 I expected there to be a significant difference in temperatures with AVX on verses AVX off. Why is this? My CPU is an i5-9600k for reference, and I have the AVX offset (downclocking) option disabled.
  6. Should I just extract that zip into my existing folder (C:\Program Files (x86)\FinalWire\AIDA64 Extreme), or keep it in it's own folder and register it? Will a beta version update to a release version later? I ran it from it's own folder in trial mode and it looks to be picking up all my senors so Thank you for that!
  7. Hello, Using 5.99.4900 no sensors are recognized on my Asus ROG Strix Z390-H Gaming mobo. Do I have something misconfigured, or should I be running a beta version? Thanks!
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