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  1. Hi, I haven't used the Remote Sensor for a while, but successfully used it on my old Win 7 setup last year, using my IPad as a monitor . I'm now running Win 10 (on a new SSD) and I've just tried using this again for the first time with this OS, but without success. Since my old Win 7 SSD is still in my PC I have been able to boot from this and try a few things with various versions of AIDA as follows: Win 7: V. 5.30.3516: works using localhost & remotely (IPad) V. 5.60.3739: works using localhost & remotely (IPad) V. 5.70.3800: does not wo
  2. Hi Fiery, I've got the new beta, thanks for the clipping, and I see that MB/s conversion works which is great. However is there any chance you could do Mb/s as well (or if not then instead)? Sorry to be a pain but this is a more meaningful unit when comparing my actual download speed with the supposed maximum from my ISP.
  3. Hi Fiery, I posted this in an old thread, so you may not have seen it: http://forums.aida64.com/topic/311-sensorpanel-a-new-flexible-monitoring-module-to-replace-osd-and-sidebar-gadget/?p=12016 Any chance of a reply, even if it is negative? Many thanks!
  4. Hi Fiery, I have finally gotten around to designing a sensor panel to replace my aging Windows 7 sidebar gadgets. I have to say the sensor panel is really great, but I have a couple of requests. I am monitoring the download rate of my network card and the unit is in kilobytes per second (KB/s). I am mainly using this to see what download speed I am getting from the web so a figure in Megabits per second (Mb/s) would be more useful. Others may want to monitor the internal network traffic so MB/s may be more meaningful. In the sensor panel manager you can change the unit from the defaul
  5. Yeah, I'm hoping to see an improvement in performance once AI suite is gone. Personally I prefer dynamic control of the fans, ideally in the BIOS but failing that with software, something I can configure once and then largely forget about. I'll give speedfan a try tonight.
  6. Thanks for the quick reply. I did read about the somewhat involved uninstall process, this will also be helpful so thanks for this too. Shame, really, I quite like Fan Xpert 2 - very configurable, although the AI Suite as a whole is a bit bloaty. I guess I'll have to find something else to control my fans.
  7. I’ve just built a new system with an Asus P8Z77-V Deluxe M/B and have experienced 3 power-offs in a week. Luckily I came across this thread otherwise I would be pulling my system apart right now. I have the full AI Suite II (latest version) installed and always have AIDA64 running. I’m using Fan Xpert 2 to control my case fans since there is no option in the BIOS configuration to completely shutoff these fans below a certain temperature (min speed is 60%). I was running the stable 2.85 release of AIDA64 although last night installed the latest beta (build 2412). No power-offs since
  8. Hi Fiery, That's done it, many thanks.
  9. Hi Fiery, Thanks for the quick response. Here you are: Field Value Sensor Properties Sensor Type Winbond W83677HG / Nuvoton NCT677xF (ISA 290h) GPU Sensor Type Diode, CHiL CHL8266 (NV-Diode, 46h) Motherboard Name Intel DP67BG Chassis Intrusion Detected Yes Temperatures CPU 26 °C (79 °F) CPU Package 26 °C (79 °F) CPU IA Cores 26 °C (79 °F) CPU GT Cores 23 °C (73 °F) CPU #1 / Core #1 23 °C (73 °F) CPU #1 / Core #2 24 °C (75 °F) CPU #1 / Core #3 26 °C (79 °F) CPU #1 / Core #4 23 °C (73 °F) VRM 30 °C (86 °F) DIMM 31 °C (88 °F) GPU Diode 29 °C
  10. Hi, I've recently bought this motherboard and AIDA64 is only reporting VRM and DIMM motherboard temps., whereas the BIOS also shows a PCH temp. AIDA64 (1333 beta) lists the MB sensor as Winbond W83677HG / Nuvoton NCT677xF (ISA 290h). Any chance of having the PCH temp. reported through AIDA please? Thanks.
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