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CPU per core utilization disappears constantly after march update on the sensorpanel


BlaKer
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All the cpu cores utilization keep disappearing and reappearing every update cycle after the march update. This was seen in the beta for this update as well. 

I got windows 11 2h22 

Asus rog maximus z690 hero

12900k  

and a beada lcd for the  sensorpanel 

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15 minutes ago, BlaKer said:

All the cpu cores utilization keep disappearing and reappearing every update cycle after the march update. This was seen in the beta for this update as well. 

I got windows 11 2h22 

Asus rog maximus z690 hero

12900k  

and a beada lcd for the  sensorpanel 

Do you have the option called Windows 11 CPU utilization measurement workaround enabled or disabled in AIDA64 / main menu / File / Preferences / Stability?

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9 hours ago, Fiery said:

Do you have the option called Windows 11 CPU utilization measurement workaround enabled or disabled in AIDA64 / main menu / File / Preferences / Stability?

Enabled cause i want to get more accurate utilization  reading on the cpu. When i disabled it, the cores come back without getting the bug of disappearing and reappearing.

So the new fix for cpu utilization   seems to be bugged, i would highly appreciate if you fixed this bug asap :)There are many more than just me who get this problem. 

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9 minutes ago, BlaKer said:

Enabled cause i want to get more accurate utilization  reading on the cpu. When i disabled it, the cores come back without getting the bug of disappearing and reappearing.

So the new fix for cpu utilization   seems to be bugged, i would highly appreciate if you fixed this bug asap :)There are many more than just me who get this problem. 

The bug will be fixed in the next AIDA64 beta update.

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