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Good day! I have Lenovo G505S laptop with integrated + discrete graphics: HD 8650G integrated GPU (part of A10-5750M APU) and R5 M230 discrete GPU "AMD Dual Graphics" feature is currently disabled, so these two GPUs are not "merged to one" and are separately detected by Windows 7 x86_64 SP1. This setup is very similar to dampflokfreund's : After following your great advice from ^ this thread ( choose "Wake GPUs up at AIDA64 startup" at AIDA64 Preferences / Stability ) AIDA64 separately detects my integrated and discrete GPU, - and outputs this advanced technical information fo
Hello all, first time poster here. So I run Aida64 mainly for my Logitech G19s Keyboard. Today I upgraded from a Strix Rx480 O8GB to a Zotac Gtx 1070 Amp Extreme. I am finding a few issues off the bat. I am often getting stuck at alt-tab or transition screens some times forced to hard reset. After said hard reset, or even fresh installation prompted resets I am brought to bios. When I type text into Firefox there is some times a delay. My Aida64 LCD monitor time display some times increases by 2sec (lagging) My mobo drivers are up to date. I have DDU the AMD drivers. I install
The title pretty much sums up my question but in detail I'd like to pause my Aida64 Extreme Trial or at least the stress test portion for CPU & RAM as that's all I'll be needing. Mainly because I have absolutely no use for it yet, I thought I would but unfortunately came to discover later that my current BIOS version is too buggy to allow for any manual voltage tuning for CPU overclocks. Can I pause my trial by uninstalling the software completely & if not is there any other way? System Specs: Ryzen 5 1500X, MSI B350M Gaming Pro, 16GB G.Skill DDR4 3200 (also stuck at 2933 due to B
Hi! I have this motherboard Asus Maximus VIII Hero Aida64 5.70.3800 cases this error with these settings. If I turn off AIDA64 error goes away.