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Having trouble getting the pump header seen at all within AIDA64 Extreme. The AIO Pump header IS working because the motherboard monitor and ASUS AI Suite are reporting RPMs of the pump. I've have installed another piece of software to control fans and it scans and successfully finds the Pump header (as well as displays RPM and allows control) so I'm not sure that there is an issue with the mobo or signal but rather something specific within AIDA64 Extreme. For what it's worth, I am running AIDA64 Extreme on another PC with an ASUS mobo and the pump is detected just fine. Both computer have Embedded Controller (EC) support and Embedded Controller (EC) bank switching enabled within Stability yet AIDA 64 does not detect this header. Any thoughts?
I have an issue with Aida 64 extreme. GPU power sensor disappears after waking up from sleep. Sensor panel shows N/A instead of power readings. Restarting Aida fixes the problem, but it would be nice not have to restart it every time PC wakes from sleep. I have latest stable version of Aida and GPU drivers. My GPU is RX480 Sapphire nitro+. Anyone had similar problem or knows how to fix this?
I recently updated my motherboard to an ROG X370-F Strix. Even the current version and beta 5.92.4391 shows abnormal Temperatures, Cooling Fans and Voltage Values (BOLD) Temperatures Motherboard -1 °C (30 °F) CPU -18 °C (-0 °F) CPU Diode 28 °C (82 °F) Chipset 58 °C (136 °F) GPU Diode 39 °C (102 °F) HGST HTS725050A7E630 27 °C (81 °F) Cooling Fans CPU 2836 RPM Chassis #1 11 RPM Chassis #2 10 RPM GPU 0 RPM (0%) Voltage Values CPU Core 0.875 V CPU VID 0.875 V CPU VDD 1.119 V CPU VDDNB 1.050 V +3.3 V 4.186 V +5 V 5.232 V +12 V 16.677 V GPU Core 0.650 V The same time - HWMonitor & HWinfo - shows normal values, except PSU rails, which are not monitored. isasensordump.txt ecdump.txt