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Update frequency (Aquaero)

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Hi,

I recently noticed that my sensor panel don't update each second as I set in preferences.
Fact is this problem occurs even if my CPU is under 5% with no drives or network load.

For testing purpose I removed every sensors except time and cpu usage but update frequency stays around 2 seconds.
Setting update frequency to 100ms makes refresh to have 1s speed spikes but refresh tends to go back to 2s.

Any idea what's causing this ?

Regards.

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It is usually caused by one of the sensor modules taking too long to update the values.  Please right-click on the bottom status bar of AIDA64 main window --> Sensor Debug --> Sensor Profiling 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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Thanks for your lightning fast answer.

Here's the dump:

------[ Sensor Profiling (Init) ]------

SensorInfo        :  507.470 ms
GPUSensorInfo     :   28.565 ms
GPU01 / NV Diode  :    3.673 ms
GPU01 / NV Fan PWM:    0.000 ms
GPU02 / NV Diode  :    2.499 ms
GPU02 / NV Fan PWM:    0.000 ms
HDD               :    0.000 ms
SPD               :    0.474 ms
AMB               :    0.001 ms
Asus EPU2         :    0.000 ms
Asus EPU1         :    0.000 ms
nVIDIA SPP        :    0.000 ms
nVIDIA MCP        :    0.000 ms
Intel GMCH        :    0.000 ms
Intel PCH         :    0.001 ms
Intel SNB         :    0.021 ms
Zambezi           :    0.000 ms
Kaveri            :    0.000 ms
Zen               :    0.000 ms
AMD SVI2          :    0.000 ms
MTC0303           :    0.000 ms
Smart Battery     :    0.000 ms
HID UPS           :    0.000 ms
Kraken X52        :    0.000 ms
LM78              :  120.833 ms
TT DPS            :    0.000 ms
Digifanless       :    0.000 ms
Corsair RMi       :    0.000 ms
Corsair AXi       :    0.000 ms
Odin              :    0.000 ms
Aquaero           :  259.596 ms

------[ Sensor Profiling (Last) ]------

SensorInfo        : 1002.900 ms
GPUSensorInfo     :   22.398 ms
GPU01 / NV Diode  :    0.006 ms
GPU01 / NV Fan PWM:    0.000 ms
GPU02 / NV Diode  :    0.008 ms
GPU02 / NV Fan PWM:    0.000 ms
HDD               :    0.000 ms
SPD               :    1.716 ms
AMB               :    0.001 ms
Asus EPU2         :    0.000 ms
Asus EPU1         :    0.000 ms
nVIDIA SPP        :    0.000 ms
nVIDIA MCP        :    0.000 ms
Intel GMCH        :    0.000 ms
Intel PCH         :    0.002 ms
Intel SNB         :    0.027 ms
Zambezi           :    0.000 ms
Kaveri            :    0.000 ms
Zen               :    0.000 ms
AMD SVI2          :    0.000 ms
MTC0303           :    0.000 ms
Smart Battery     :    0.000 ms
HID UPS           :    0.000 ms
Kraken X52        :    0.000 ms
LM78              :  119.421 ms
TT DPS            :    0.000 ms
Digifanless       :    0.000 ms
Corsair RMi       :    0.000 ms
Corsair AXi       :    0.000 ms
Odin              :    0.000 ms
Aquaero           :  803.124 ms

I guess the aquaero sensor is guilty...

I'll try to find a solution with aquacomputer guys.

By your side, do you think it's possible and/or a good idea to make AIDA not waiting for sensors to refresh at set frequency and make an interpolation of known values ?

Regards.

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Here's AquaComputer's answer:

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Hello David,

at the moment it is not possible to change the interval. We have fixed the rate internally for performance reasons.

kind regards
Sven Hanisch

Seems we can't fix aquaero sensor's delay atm...

Note that aquasuite refreshes every second flawlessly.
Maybe this software reads sensors in a way you could copy for AIDA to refresh every second ?

Regards

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Thank you for the data.  Reading all the registers from Aquaero devices is a slow process.  You can lower the update frequency in AIDA64 to 100 milliseconds, but reading all registers from your Aquaero device would still take over 800 milliseconds.  So the lowest update rate you can achieve would still be over 1 second.  We cannot fix that from our side, we simply have to live with slow USB protocols.

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