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hi all I have 2.70 currently and it does not read the correct cpu speed in sensor display, oh in the bios speed step is turned off, it also does not read all of the 12 core temps in the stress test.

 

ok motherboard and processor info CPU Type two Hexa Core Intel Xeon X5690, 3466 MHz,

 

Motherboard EVGA Classified SR-2 (W555), Motherboard ID 66-3379-009999-00101111-042413-TYLSBURG$1W555A58_BIOS DATE: 04/24/13 14:38:24 VER: 08.00.16.

 

operating system is windows 8 pro media center Version 6.2.9200 Build 9200.

 

Question: why, and does version 3 of this software take care of these problems and support this motherboard and processors ?

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We haven't changed EVGA W555 sensor support since AIDA64 v2.70, so upgrading to v3.00 or v3.20 most likely wouldn't help.  Can you see the fan RPM speeds in the BIOS Setup, on either the HW Monitor or PC Health Status page?

 

As for the core temperatures, you can put them to the System Stability Test graphs if you press the Preferences button at the bottom of the System Stability Test window --> Temperatures.

 

Regards,

Fiery

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We haven't changed EVGA W555 sensor support since AIDA64 v2.70, so upgrading to v3.00 or v3.20 most likely wouldn't help.  Can you see the fan RPM speeds in the BIOS Setup, on either the HW Monitor or PC Health Status page?

 

As for the core temperatures, you can put them to the System Stability Test graphs if you press the Preferences button at the bottom of the System Stability Test window --> Temperatures.

 

Regards,

Fiery

its not the fan rpms that I am talking about its the cpu freq as for temps there is only 10 temp slots not 12 I have two hexcore X5690s that's 6 cores each 12 temps not 10

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We have the 10 temperatures/voltages/fans limit in the System Stability Test simply because by using too many items, your graphs would look too crowded and hard to read.  You can however put all 12 core temperatures to e.g. the AIDA64 OSD Panel or SensorPanel.

 

What exactly is the issue with the CPU clock measurement?  What is the actual speed you've configured in the BIOS Setup, and what is the wrong clock speed AIDA64 measures?

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We have the 10 temperatures/voltages/fans limit in the System Stability Test simply because by using too many items, your graphs would look too crowded and hard to read.  You can however put all 12 core temperatures to e.g. the AIDA64 OSD Panel or SensorPanel.

 

What exactly is the issue with the CPU clock measurement?  What is the actual speed you've configured in the BIOS Setup, and what is the wrong clock speed AIDA64 measures?

well the bios is setup for 3466 OSD display shows 1598 the only time it shows 3466 is fully loaded in any utility I have used they show 3466 all the time and speed step is turned off in the bios

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