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  1. ------[ Versions ]------ Program Version : AIDA64 Extreme v6.33.5700 BenchDLL Version: 4.5.846.8-x64 Windows Version : Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 10.0.19042.870 (64-bit) GetProductInfo : 0x00000030 ------[ Motherboard Info ]------ Motherboard ID : <DMI> Motherboard Model : Asus ROG Maximus XII Apex Motherboard Chipset : Intel Comet Point-H Z490, Intel Comet Lake-S DMI MB Manufacturer : ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. DMI MB Product : ROG MAXIMUS XII APEX DMI MB Version : Rev 1.xx DMI MB Serial : 200468060200238 DMI SYS Manufacturer: ASUS
  2. After the upgrade the sensor panel I created seems sluggish and should be updating every 1 second. It seems to sporadically pause and then catch up... It's just not as smooth at updating as it was before the update. I have asus apex 12 motherboard with I9-10900k 16gb of ddr4-4600 ram from gskill windows 10 64 bit
  3. Cool good enhancement for sure. Better yet let us do our own math. I had another product that allowed you to create macro type calculations from a single input and output it in the correct format. IE: 1mb = 1024kb so it would take an input like 2048 and with the behind the scenes conversion I setup it would take the 2048 and divide it by 1024 and output 2MB instead of 2048. You can even create your own percentages and scales with something like this taking raw attribute data. Just a thought. It had it's own macro builder to do this and would associate the formula yo
  4. Gbps would also be good I have 10g networks.. it's almost un-doable using kbps. I have tried Mbps but it looks funny
  5. yes it uses a permanently setup 4mb identified as usb drive to store that stuff like images. ASUS is starting to move this functionality into Armory Crate software. Armory Crate is the consolidation of all of it's older software such as AURA Sync, Live Dash, Armory etc.. into one cohesive interface. You can control fan speeds from it as well as AURA lighting, component configurations and all system updates such as bios, drivers, software etc. directly from the new platform. So even stuff for the Ryujin and Ryou is moved and being bug fixed from Live Dash to Armory Crate.
  6. Also is there a way to do it in the opposite direction.. I was wanting to pull some stats from the ASUS Ryujin and Ryou and put them on the sensor panel dashboard. Right now it doesn't see the stats from the cooler like pump speed etc.. All the other stats I pull directly from your software without issue. It seems Aida64 doesn't see some specifics of the cooler stats. You fix this here and it will work for all models of Ryou and Ryujin ASUS coolers. They are awesome coolers.
  7. ASUS OLED screens only work with ASUS motherboards if you were wondering. Ryujin 360 will only pull stats from ASUS boards. I own one but on a full asus build
  8. I use magedok hdmi display. http://www.magedok.com/m116a-portable-monitor/
  9. aye so it would be nice to have that in the data as I build out monitoring dashboards.
  10. Version 1.5.6 and you get it from ASUS.com support site. Live Dash: https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/14Utilities/LiveDash_1.05.06.zip?_ga=2.108200000.374505426.1580882228-320103697.1574022650 They are moving this to a new product called Armory Crate. It is still available as live dash too from this link.
  11. Well statically it does jump around a bit even in task manager.. 5098 5100 5115 are commonly displayed current speeds
  12. ahh well as you can see in the screenshot above it does detect directX as it says windows is natively using directX 12.0 in yellow. Riva statistics tuner can detect the directx a game is using and can be OSD'd if I wanted. I thought you had some type of code in your solution that did the same. Goverlay for instance can read this and change with the games. Right now it does one read as to which directx is being used and never changes. Similar to the same bug I see with CPU Mhz speed. This might be a feature request in stead. There is a selection for directx in your product.
  13. ------[ Versions ]------ Program Version : AIDA64 Extreme v6.20.5300 BenchDLL Version: 4.5.816.8-x64 Windows Version : Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 10.0.18363.535 (64-bit) ------[ CPU Info ]------ CPU Type : OctalCore Intel Core i9-9900K, 5100 MHz (51 x 100) CPU Alias : Coffee Lake-S CPU Platform : LGA1151 CPU Stepping : P0 Instruction Set : x86, x86-64, MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1, SSE4.2, AVX, AVX2, FMA, AES CPUID Manufacturer: GenuineIntel CPUID CPU Name : Intel(R) Core(TM) i9-9900K CPU @ 3.60GHz CPUID Revision : 000906
  14. yes it's preferences > sensorpanel and you will see the Sensorpanel size: horizontal and vertical sizes towards the bottom of the dialog box. if it's an existing template you will need to preposition the existing monitored elements. If it's a new sensorpanel then you have a blank canvas
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