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  1. Dir sir/madam, I have an ASRock B450M Pro4 motherboard and I saw in AIDA64 (latest stable/beta versions) that my board has a really high VRM temperature near 100°C. Moreover, this temperature would not increase/decrease much when my CPU is overloading/idle. I touched the power chokes and it doesn't feel like boiling water. I think this might be a bug.
  2. Hi again Fiery. Got this new Maximus XI Extreme Z390 . All sensor readings appear to be there except for the vrm and pch sensor. There is a sensor reading for the motherboard but the other two are missing. I have attached the isadump and ecdump files for you to work your magic. Thanks in advance for any help. ecdump.txt isasensordump.txt
  3. The latest stable release of aida64 extreme is not reporting the VRM temperature. All other sensors on the board show just fine. Any ideas?
  4. Hello. I'm wondering about motherboard VRM temp and power sensors. I have them using HWiNFO64, but not while using AIDA. Do any of you with more common motherboards get to read your motherboards VRM information? Maybe it's because I'm using the old 990FX chipset? However, it's a new board and another program can read them just fine. My motherboard is a Gigabyte GA-990FX-gaming. I really prefer AIDA's stability test graph and the program is just more polished than others. Having all the sensors available would greatly encourage me to renew the license.....
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