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  1. tistou77

    Water In sensor (Asus Rampage VI)

    So the best I think and to avoid too much problem - Limit the movement in the same group (temperature, voltages, etc ...) if too complicated to move to another group - Hide an item (temperature, voltage) with the right click - Rename a group To add a group and move items in this group, it seems complicated ? After to avoid adding groups, just create the groups that are needed Watercooling group for pumps, flowmeter, etc ... For fans, there is already a group, the same for temperatures and voltages Thanks
  2. tistou77

    Water In sensor (Asus Rampage VI)

    Ok thanks, good news
  3. tistou77

    Water In sensor (Asus Rampage VI)

    Yes I doubt that with the number of components, the sensors are very numerous Indeed, "re-arranging items" will be a good idea, a drag & drop ? Thanks for your great work
  4. tistou77

    Water In sensor (Asus Rampage VI)

    Hello Ok, and for the CPU cache, etc ... it will not be better than grouped with the CPU Core, CPU VID ? Like this (that the "CPU" voltages are "grouped") Thanks
  5. tistou77

    Suggestion Update

    It's good for the update
  6. tistou77

    Suggestion Update

    Ok thanks
  7. tistou77

    Suggestion Update

    I manually updated version 4691 I'm waiting for the next beta to test ? Thanks
  8. tistou77

    Suggestion Update

    With the last beta, when I click on Yes, the popup closes, but nothing happens
  9. tistou77

    Drive temperature (M2)

    Ok thanks for the feedback
  10. tistou77

    Drive temperature (M2)

    In the changelog, I saw this removed: NVMe SSD temperature is now the highest temperature sensor reading Now, it's as before ?
  11. tistou77

    Suggestion Update

    Ok, I will see "the changelog" with the next update Thanks
  12. tistou77

    Drive temperature (M2)

    It seems that is the temperature of the controller that triggers the trottle, indeed
  13. tistou77

    Drive temperature (M2)

    On different forum (and HW Info forum) ;)
  14. tistou77

    Drive temperature (M2)

    Hello With the last beta, the temperature of M2 has changed (960 EVO, eg) It is now the temperature of the memory controller that is indicated Drive Temperature 1: Memory temperature Drive Temperature 2 : Memory Controller temperature It's better to have this temperature rather than the "memory" ? Thanks
  15. tistou77

    Suggestion Update

    Ok thanks
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