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We've done a fair bit of testing, with positive results. However, in AIDA64 we've implemented more options on the main menu / File / Preferences / Stability page, so if things go wrong, you have a lot of options now to assure your system stability is not compromised by using the low-level monitoring features.

We've also changed the way the Preferences opens, so now it doesn't scan all possible sensors right when you open it, but only when you click on a page where scanning is needed (e.g. Sensor Icons, OSD Items, etc). Hence now it's much easier to test out various Stability options when it's necessary.

In the case ULPS still causes a headache, then the best solution we've come up with is disabling multi-GPU support (main menu / File / Preferences / Stability). That way you lose the readings for the secondary GPU, but for the primary GPU all data will still be available.

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Fiery

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We've done a fair bit of testing, with positive results. However, in AIDA64 we've implemented more options on the main menu / File / Preferences / Stability page, so if things go wrong, you have a lot of options now to assure your system stability is not compromised by using the low-level monitoring features.

We've also changed the way the Preferences opens, so now it doesn't scan all possible sensors right when you open it, but only when you click on a page where scanning is needed (e.g. Sensor Icons, OSD Items, etc). Hence now it's much easier to test out various Stability options when it's necessary.

In the case ULPS still causes a headache, then the best solution we've come up with is disabling multi-GPU support (main menu / File / Preferences / Stability). That way you lose the readings for the secondary GPU, but for the primary GPU all data will still be available.

Regards,

Fiery

Great. Can't wait to install my AIDA64 copy.

Do I need to uninstall Everest before installing AIDA64?

Thanks

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No, you can keep both softwares on your computer but please make sure you not running them in the same time to avoid possible conflicts in the background.

Great. Can't wait to install my AIDA64 copy.

Do I need to uninstall Everest before installing AIDA64?

Thanks

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