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  1. I use a HWInfo64 with RivaTuner and AIDA64 for Save LOG on Disk, but i discovery a weird bug on AIDA64, this error i think is caused if you use HWInfo64 with AIDA64. Look a LOG generated by AIDA64 running with HWInfo64, Sensor inform a wrong CPU Clock's and FSB. After various test's, changing Power Energy Control profile of Windows, i noted this BUG of AIDA64 Sensor LOG wont appear, if you close HWInfo64.There may be some kind of interference between the two, preventing both from operating simultaneously. Unfortunately the use of HWinfo64 is necessary ATM, as it works very well with RivaTuner for monitoring OSD in games. A good suggestion for AIDA64 future Update, is add more Options to customize the Integration of AIDA64 Sensor to work with RivaTuner OST. Options such Rename and Custom Position of Item listed on OSD is welcome.
  2. Hi, 1) I noticed that the graphs of the iGPU's power draw (GT cores) is fluctuating. Is this supposed to be like this when stressing it, without any other graphic cards in the system? It looks like this: http://i.imgur.com/Ji72zII.png 2) Also, if I enable energysaving (standby/deepstandby) options for the iGPU (RC6 or so), the clock graph looks like this: http://i.imgur.com/AAUKz2I.png As you can see, the clock is changing between its minimum and maximum value. If I disable said options it looks like this: http://i.imgur.com/wtcFhFo.png Im kind of confused since even when I enable energysaving options for the CPU, the clock is always a straight line under full load. Could you maybe assure me that all these graphs shown in the pictures are how they actually are supposed to be? Thanks in advance! Regards
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