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I've been getting some weird intermittent element dropouts or shuffling in the OSD panel with 3237. It corrects itself, but keeps cycling like that.

 

Asus X99-A, Intel 5820K, GeiL Evo Potenza DDR4-2800, Win 8.1 Pro

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1) What kind of items keep dropping out and then appear again? CPU Clock, CPU Multiplier? Or one of the temperatures?

2) Do you have any other hardware monitoring modules enabled, besides the OSD Panel?

3) Do you use Correction? (main menu / File / Preferences / Hardware Monitoring / Correction)

Thanks,

Fiery

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1) What kind of items keep dropping out and then appear again? CPU Clock, CPU Multiplier? Or one of the temperatures?

2) Do you have any other hardware monitoring modules enabled, besides the OSD Panel?

3) Do you use Correction? (main menu / File / Preferences / Hardware Monitoring / Correction)

Thanks,

Fiery

1) In my full display the Memory Timings, Memory Speed, NIC1 upload & NIC1 download speeds disappear with blank areas and shifting on the panel. If I remove Memory Speed and Timings, NIC1 speeds still disappear but some other elements change order.

 

2) No, only AIDA.

 

3) No corrections.

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1) In my full display the Memory Timings, Memory Speed, NIC1 upload & NIC1 download speeds disappear with blank areas and shifting on the panel. If I remove Memory Speed and Timings, NIC1 speeds still disappear but some other elements change order.

 

2) No, only AIDA.

 

3) No corrections.

Thank you. Since the Memory Timings and Memory Speed drop out, the issue may be related to your Haswell-E CPU. Is your CPU overclocked or otherwise specially tweaked? Can you see the drop outs only when the CPU is idle, or only when it is under heavy load? Can you see the drop out of the Memory Clock or DRAM:FSB Ratio items as well?

BTW, we've tried to reproduce the issue on our own Core i7-5820K based test system, but without a luck. Maybe it's because our test system is not overclocked or tweaked from default settings...

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Yes, I have a 5820K overclocked. I have no problems with 3230 which I*'m currently running, only with 3237. DRAM:FSB Ratio & Memory Clock do not disappear but change position in the OSD although the ratio loses the value. The weirdness lasts about 2 seconds then goes back to normal every 6 seconds or so.

 

Here are the normal and weird versions:

Aida%20Normal.jpgAida%202-Sec%20Change.jpg

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Thank you. That indeed looks quite odd. What update frequency did you select for the OSD Panel? When the OSD Panel gets "confused", do the date and time items (at the bottom) drop out?

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Confused state always looks exactly like the right image - time & date completely drop out. Current update time is 4 seconds. Switching to 8 gives same 2-second confused cycle. A real head scratcher! The weird thing is it's new for this beta. Switching to previous beta it never gets confused.

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Confused state always looks exactly like the right image - time & date completely drop out. Current update time is 4 seconds. Switching to 8 gives same 2-second confused cycle. A real head scratcher! The weird thing is it's new for this beta. Switching to previous beta it never gets confused.

Thank you. I've sent you a private message about this.

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