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fixed: GeForce GTX 980 Ti and AIDA64

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Hi there,

I have a problem, I've just bought 980ti and on G19 LCD Panel core clock sensor doesn't work, its shows 350 Mhz and stays that no matter what im doing :(

Before  i had 780ti and it was working fine.

Any suggestions?

 

Best Regards

Simon

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Do you mean the GPU Clock rate is stuck at 350 MHz, even when the GPU is under heavy load?

Thanks,

Fiery

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Yes, exactly.

But even this value isn't correct, because GPU clock in idle stays at 150Mhz, according to MSI afterburner.

Sensor Panel and AIDA64 Widget also shows 350Mhz no matter if GPU is under load or idle.

 

So probably AIDA doesn't recognize this sensor in GPU. As i said in previous post it was working fine when i had 780ti.

 

Best Regards

Simon

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Ups... no :) I'm using 5.20.3400.

Oki so i'll try this Beta version in that case. and i'll tel you know if its oki.

But does it update automatically to Release version when it appears?

 

Regards

Simon

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Automatic update is enabled by default, but the default setting is to update only to stable releases. You can alter that setting in AIDA64 / main menu / Preferences / General.

Please note that automatic update is only available in the trial version and in the licensed versions. Pirate license voids access to the automatic update feature.

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Oki In this Beta version its working flawlessly, and there is more nice sensors :)

 

I have licensed version since 2013 :P

 

Thanks for fast help!!

 

Best Regards

Simon

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Oki In this Beta version its working flawlessly, and there is more nice sensors :)

Thank you for the feedback ;)

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