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AIDA64 does not see Samsung 950 Pro temp when Samsung driver is installed.

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As title.
When I installed my Samsung 950 PRO SSD AIDA was able to recognize the drive temperatures.

After I installed the Samsung offical nvme drivers, AIDA was not ablet to recognize the drive temp anymore.
Please fix it.

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Make sure to upgrade to the latest beta version of AIDA64 Extreme available at:

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

After upgrading to this new version, make sure to restart Windows to finalize the upgrade.

Regards,

Fiery

Your software is incredibile and your support too.

Do you plan to sell your licenses on Steam?

I think that you should sell the licenses on steam.

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Thank you for your kind words ;) We did have plans about Steam, but it was put on hold due to some technical and licensing issues that are tough to overcome. We may reboot the project next year.

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Thank you for your kind words ;) We did have plans about Steam, but it was put on hold due to some technical and licensing issues that are tough to overcome. We may reboot the project next year.

 

can't wait to buy some other licenses there ;)

bye and have a good weekend.

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The temp is still wrong for me even with the latest beta release. Aida64 shows 60c, Samsung SSD magician shows 14c.

Are you sure 14 Celsius is a real value for your SSD? Is your computer water cooled?

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Are you sure 14 Celsius is a real value for your SSD? Is your computer water cooled?

No not water cooled. Both seem wrong, every SSD I have ever had idle at around 30c. 

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According to our tests, Samsung NVMe SSDs work at quite high temperatures, especially under heavy load. We can rarely see anything under 40 Celsius when they are working, so I'd say 60 Celsius is definitely more realistic than 14C :) And yes, if you touch them, they don't feel anything cool, so it's not a temperature measurement issue.

Quote from a 950 Pro review:

 

High temperatures and heat due to heavy workloads can certainly be an issue, as memory performance might malfunction as a result. Samsung, however, has equipped the 950 Pro with Dynamic Thermal Throttling Protection technology, which automatically monitors and maintains optimal operating temperature to help eliminate the risks of potential overheating.

And another 950 Pro review:

We threw the thermal camera at the SSD, and indeed under continued writing the controller lights up pretty significantly. We measure 75 Degrees C at the controller core (M1). This however is a heavy stress activity test. But yeah that is on the high side. We foresee some heat sinks in future products to be able to adapt to heat.

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According to our tests, Samsung NVMe SSDs work at quite high temperatures, especially under heavy load. We can rarely see anything under 40 Celsius when they are working, so I'd say 60 Celsius is definitely more realistic than 14C :) And yes, if you touch them, they don't feel anything cool, so it's not a temperature measurement issue.

Quote from a 950 Pro review:

 

And another 950 Pro review:

 

You are right, I added another fan in my case that blows right on the 950 SSD and the temp went down to 41c.  Thanks for your help and quick response. I love AIDA64.

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