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Anything else needed or can you figure out why the H110iGT  fan speed sensor went away?

That dump is enough, thank you. The problem is that sensor readings from one of your sensor devices replace (overwrite) the readings coming from the other sensor device of yours. We'll have to revamp the way AIDA64 uses sensor slots about fans and pumps. We'll do that in the next AIDA64 beta update due in a few days from now ;)

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Yes!  That fixed it!  I can see the missing h110i-gtx fan again~

Thank you for the feedback ;)

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Hi there :)

 

I got a new Corsair RM650. The Fan(speed) is missing and I think also other values. Here is my usbdump. In my file the "Corsair Integrated USB Bridge" but I can values with the Corsair Link software.

 

Thank you very much :)

usbdump.txt

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Hi there :)

 

I got a new Corsair RM650. The Fan(speed) is missing and I think also other values. Here is my usbdump. In my file the "Corsair Integrated USB Bridge" but I can values with the Corsair Link software.

 

Thank you very much :)

Have you enabled Corsair Link sensor support in AIDA64 / main menu / Preferences / Stability? Do you have the driver installed for the USB dongle?

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Hello, I´ve got a question. I have got a Corsair AX 1500 i, which showed me the power value, but this doesn´t work yet, it don´t show me the current consumption, Can you help me?

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Hello, I´ve got a question. I have got a Corsair AX 1500 i, which showed me the power value, but this doesn´t work yet, it don´t show me the current consumption, Can you help me?

Have you enabled Corsair Link sensor support in AIDA64 / main menu / Preferences / Stability? Do you have the driver installed for the PSU?

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yes it can also see temperature and fan

Please right-click on the bottom status bar of AIDA64 main window --> Sensor Debug --> Corsair Link Dump. Copy-paste the full results into this topic, or attach the results as a TXT file to your post. You may need to enable status bar in AIDA64 / main menu / View first.

Thanks,

Fiery

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Informationsliste Wert

Sensor Eigenschaften

Sensortyp Fintek F71889A  (ISA 290h)

GPU Sensortyp Diode, ON NCP4206  (NV-Diode, 20h, 20h)

Motherboard Name EVGA E999

 

Temperaturen

Motherboard 28 °C  (82 °F)

CPU 54 °C  (129 °F)

CPU Package 59 °C  (138 °F)

1. CPU / 1. Kern 49 °C  (120 °F)

1. CPU / 2. Kern 48 °C  (118 °F)

1. CPU / 3. Kern 52 °C  (126 °F)

1. CPU / 4. Kern 45 °C  (113 °F)

1. CPU / 5. Kern 47 °C  (117 °F)

1. CPU / 6. Kern 45 °C  (113 °F)

Netzteil #1 35 °C  (95 °F)

Netzteil #2 29 °C  (83 °F)

Netzteil #3 41 °C  (105 °F)

PWM 41 °C  (106 °F)

GPU1: GPU Diode 30 °C  (86 °F)

GPU2: GPU Diode 24 °C  (75 °F)

Samsung SSD 850 PRO 256GB (S251NXAG822918D) 27 °C  (81 °F)

Samsung SSD 850 PRO 256GB (S251NWAG900471A) 27 °C  (81 °F)

 

Kühllüfter

CPU2 756 RPM

GPU1 1203 RPM  (29%)

GPU2 1190 RPM  (29%)

 

Spannungswerte

CPU Kern 0.997 V

CPU VRM 1.552 V

+3.3 V 3.313 V

+5 V 4.984 V

+12 V 12.000 V

-12 V -12.031 V

+3.3 V Bereitschaftsmodus 3.424 V

VBAT Batterie 3.376 V

VCCIO 1.040 V

PCH Kern 1.048 V

PCH +1.5 V 1.536 V

DIMM AB 1.235 V

DIMM CD 1.235 V

Stromversorgung 225.000 V

GPU1: GPU Kern 0.875 V

GPU1: GPU VRM 0.888 V

GPU2: GPU Kern 0.875 V

GPU2: GPU VRM 0.900 V

 

Strom Werte

+5 V 4.50 A

+12 V 9.00 A

GPU1: GPU VRM 1.09 A

GPU2: GPU VRM 1.07 A

 

Leistungswerte

CPU Package 30.37 W

+5 V 22.43 W

+12 V 108.00 W

GPU1: GPU TDP% 9%

GPU1: GPU VRM 0.97 W

GPU2: GPU TDP% 6%

GPU2: GPU VRM 0.96 W

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Informationsliste Wert

Sensor Eigenschaften

Sensortyp Fintek F71889A  (ISA 290h)

GPU Sensortyp Diode, ON NCP4206  (NV-Diode, 20h, 20h)

Motherboard Name EVGA E999

 

Temperaturen

Motherboard 28 °C  (82 °F)

CPU 54 °C  (129 °F)

CPU Package 59 °C  (138 °F)

1. CPU / 1. Kern 49 °C  (120 °F)

1. CPU / 2. Kern 48 °C  (118 °F)

1. CPU / 3. Kern 52 °C  (126 °F)

1. CPU / 4. Kern 45 °C  (113 °F)

1. CPU / 5. Kern 47 °C  (117 °F)

1. CPU / 6. Kern 45 °C  (113 °F)

Netzteil #1 35 °C  (95 °F)

Netzteil #2 29 °C  (83 °F)

Netzteil #3 41 °C  (105 °F)

PWM 41 °C  (106 °F)

GPU1: GPU Diode 30 °C  (86 °F)

GPU2: GPU Diode 24 °C  (75 °F)

Samsung SSD 850 PRO 256GB (S251NXAG822918D) 27 °C  (81 °F)

Samsung SSD 850 PRO 256GB (S251NWAG900471A) 27 °C  (81 °F)

 

Kühllüfter

CPU2 756 RPM

GPU1 1203 RPM  (29%)

GPU2 1190 RPM  (29%)

 

Spannungswerte

CPU Kern 0.997 V

CPU VRM 1.552 V

+3.3 V 3.313 V

+5 V 4.984 V

+12 V 12.000 V

-12 V -12.031 V

+3.3 V Bereitschaftsmodus 3.424 V

VBAT Batterie 3.376 V

VCCIO 1.040 V

PCH Kern 1.048 V

PCH +1.5 V 1.536 V

DIMM AB 1.235 V

DIMM CD 1.235 V

Stromversorgung 225.000 V

GPU1: GPU Kern 0.875 V

GPU1: GPU VRM 0.888 V

GPU2: GPU Kern 0.875 V

GPU2: GPU VRM 0.900 V

 

Strom Werte

+5 V 4.50 A

+12 V 9.00 A

GPU1: GPU VRM 1.09 A

GPU2: GPU VRM 1.07 A

 

Leistungswerte

CPU Package 30.37 W

+5 V 22.43 W

+12 V 108.00 W

GPU1: GPU TDP% 9%

GPU1: GPU VRM 0.97 W

GPU2: GPU TDP% 6%

GPU2: GPU VRM 0.96 W

Thank you, although that's not the dump I've requested ;) Based on the Sensor page content, it seems it's the classic case of your PSU not being able to properly provide +3.3V electrical current reading. We've seen many AXi Series PSUs with that issue, and we suspect it is due to a firmware issue. And without +3.3V current and power reading, AIDA64 cannot calculate a total PSU power draw value. +5V and +12V current and power values are still measured and shown on the Sensor page.

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Have you enabled Corsair Link sensor support in AIDA64 / main menu / Preferences / Stability? Do you have the driver installed for the USB dongle?

 

Hello :),

 

thank you for your answer! Yes I have enabled the Link-Support but the RM-Series has a USB connection for the sensors. So there is a  "problem" with the driver. It seems that ther is no driver for the RM-Series anymore. In the Silabs folder there are a driver with these device IDs: VID_1B1C&PID_1C00, USB\VID_1B1C&PID_1C01, USB\VID_1B1C&PID_1C02.

 

But the device ID from the controller in the PSU is USB\VID_1B1C&PID_1C0A. It uses a default (?) Windows HID driver and the Corsair Link software uses this driver. As you can see the device is in the usbdump.

 

In my old dump was a unknown device - was a problem  with a USB hub - I just fixed it :)

 

Thank you for your help :)

usbdump.txt

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Hello :),

 

thank you for your answer! Yes I have enabled the Link-Support but there is a problem with the driver. It seems that ther is no driver for the RM-Series anymore. In the Silabs folder there are a driver with these device IDs: VID_1B1C&PID_1C00, USB\VID_1B1C&PID_1C01, USB\VID_1B1C&PID_1C02.

 

But the device ID from the controller in the PSU is USB\VID_1B1C&PID_1C0A. It uses a default (?) Windows HID driver and the Corsair Link software uses this driver. As you can see in the usbdump.

 

In my old dump was a unknown device - was a problem  with a USB hub - I just fixed it :)

 

Thank you for your help :)

That should work then, since 1B1C-1C0A is a proper device ID that is handled by the HXi/RMi PSU code of AIDA64 already. Are you sure the PSU related readings are missing from the Computer / Sensor page?

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That should work then, since 1B1C-1C0A is a proper device ID that is handled by the HXi/RMi PSU code of AIDA64 already. Are you sure the PSU related readings are missing from the Computer / Sensor page?

 

Hello,

there are PSU related values in the sensor page. But there is still a problem with the fan and its speed. The PSU has a semi-passive fan - its acitve when the temperature reaches a threshold. There is no 0% fan-speed value for the PSU but if I push the test button of the PSU the fan-speed from the PSU is appearing on the sensor page and when I release it the fan will stop - but the sensor page still show the max rpm value of the fan.

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Hello,

there are PSU related values in the sensor page. But there is still a problem with the fan and its speed. The PSU has a semi-passive fan - its acitve when the temperature reaches a threshold. There is no 0% fan-speed value for the PSU but if I push the test button of the PSU the fan-speed from the PSU is appearing on the sensor page and when I release it the fan will stop - but the sensor page still show the max rpm value of the fan.

We will fix that issue in the next AIDA64 beta update. I'll post a message into this topic once the new beta is available for download.

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Hi !

I have Corsair RM1000i PSU with Corsair Link 4 software. And i can not use this software with Aida64 - it crashes when Aida64 is running. I tried the latest beta but still problem. (i have Corsair Link sensor support option checked) On the bright side - i can see various readings from my PSU with Aida64. It's just the software itself that crash with Aida64. Can i do something about it ?

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Hi !

I have Corsair RM1000i PSU with Corsair Link 4 software. And i can not use this software with Aida64 - it crashes when Aida64 is running. I tried the latest beta but still problem. (i have Corsair Link sensor support option checked) On the bright side - i can see various readings from my PSU with Aida64. It's just the software itself that crash with Aida64. Can i do something about it ?

That's unfortunately normal at this point. Corsair Link software doesn't implement the necessary industry standard synchronization mutexes that other 3rd party software (like AIDA64, HWiNFO, CPU-Z, GPU-Z, etc) already use to avoid such collisions. Corsair said they are already working on the resolution.

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The mentioned new AIDA64 beta update is available for download at:

http://www.aida64.com/downloads/latesta64xebeta

Let me know how it works ;)

 

Thank you :) Now the fanspeed appears in the sensor page when the fan is active and the entry is removed when the fanspeed is 0rpm. But the readings are now correct. But there is still a small problem if you want to map the sensor reading to a Logitech LCD display you have to push the button when its not active.

So it would be great if AIDA64 can show the fanspeed for the PSU in the sensor-page even when the fan is stopped.

 

Have a nice weekend :)

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I have another question: What is the wattage that Aida64 reports from PSU - is it the power that computer uses or the power that PSU draws from the outlet ?

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Thank you :) Now the fanspeed appears in the sensor page when the fan is active and the entry is removed when the fanspeed is 0rpm. But the readings are now correct. But there is still a small problem if you want to map the sensor reading to a Logitech LCD display you have to push the button when its not active.

So it would be great if AIDA64 can show the fanspeed for the PSU in the sensor-page even when the fan is stopped.

 

Have a nice weekend :)

We will fix that in the next AIDA64 beta update due next week. As previously, I'll post a message into this topic once the new beta is available for download ;) I hope you'll have a great weekend too!

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I have another question: What is the wattage that Aida64 reports from PSU - is it the power that computer uses or the power that PSU draws from the outlet ?

It is the combined power that the motherboard, CPU(s) and video card(s) draw from the PSU.

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Hmm, so it is not the power that PSU draws from the wall.

Corsair Link shows two different powers - incoming (draw from outlet) and outgoing (what computer is using) and difference between these two (efficiency). 

Can you make Aida64 do the same ?

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