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AIDA64 uses 90%+ cpu on one core 100% of the time (Xeon E5-2620 v3)

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Not sure why it's happening, how to fix it or if this has been brought up in the past. What to do about it?

But as can be seen in the pic attached, aida64 uses 90%+ power on core10 of cpu2 100% of the time. Nothing I do changes anything. 

I know it's aida64 because when I turn aida64 off that core is no longer pegged. You can see in the second pic that aida64 uses 4%+ constantly.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

 

Windows 10 Pro 64b

2 x E5-2620v3

32GB 2133 ECC

 

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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.


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Fiery

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Thanks, Fiery. I would have got back sooner but the forum didn't send me a notification of your reply. The sensor dump is below and I also attached a TXT if needed.

Sensor dump:

------[ Versions ]------

Program Version : AIDA64 Extreme v5.90.4229 Beta
BenchDLL Version: 4.3.741-x64
Windows Version : Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 10.0.14393.1066 (64-bit)

------[ Motherboard Info ]------

Motherboard ID      : 63-0100-000001-00101111-060914-Chipset$0AAAA000_BIOS DATE: 06/22/16 22:23:14 VER: 05.0000B
Motherboard Model   : Asus Z10PE-D8 WS
Motherboard Chipset : Intel Wellsburg C612, Intel Haswell-EP

DMI MB Manufacturer : ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC.
DMI MB Product      : Z10PE-D8 WS
DMI MB Version      : Rev 1.xx
DMI MB Serial       : 161189886200137
DMI SYS Manufacturer: ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC.
DMI SYS Product     : Z10PE-D8 WS
DMI SYS Version     : System Version
DMI SYS Serial      : To be filled by O.E.M.
DMI BIOS Version    : 3304

------[ Video Adapters ]------

ASpeed AST2400 SoC [1A03-2000 / 1043-85F9]
EVGA e-GeForce GTS 450 [10DE-0DC4 / 3842-1450]

------[ Video Driver ]------

nvapi.dll: 22.21.13.8165
C:\WINDOWS\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\nv_dispi.inf_amd64_e69a53b8ddde469c\nvldumdx.dll|||C:\WINDOWS\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\nv_dispi.inf_amd64_e69a53b8ddde469c\nvldumdx.dll|||C:\WINDOWS\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\nv_dispi.inf_amd64_e69a53b8ddde469c\nvldumdx.dll|||C:\WINDOWS\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\nv_dispi.inf_amd64_e69a53b8ddde469c\nvldumdx.dll|||C:\WINDOWS\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\nv_dispi.inf_amd64_e69a53b8ddde469c\nvldumd.dll|||C:\WINDOWS\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\nv_dispi.inf_amd64_e69a53b8ddde469c\nvldumd.dll|||C:\WINDOWS\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\nv_dispi.inf_amd64_e69a53b8ddde469c\nvldumd.dll|||C:\WINDOWS\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\nv_dispi.inf_amd64_e69a53b8ddde469c\nvldumd.dll
C:\WINDOWS\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\nv_dispi.inf_amd64_e69a53b8ddde469c\nvldumdx.dll|||C:\WINDOWS\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\nv_dispi.inf_amd64_e69a53b8ddde469c\nvldumdx.dll|||C:\WINDOWS\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\nv_dispi.inf_amd64_e69a53b8ddde469c\nvldumdx.dll|||C:\WINDOWS\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\nv_dispi.inf_amd64_e69a53b8ddde469c\nvldumdx.dll|||C:\WINDOWS\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\nv_dispi.inf_amd64_e69a53b8ddde469c\nvldumd.dll|||C:\WINDOWS\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\nv_dispi.inf_amd64_e69a53b8ddde469c\nvldumd.dll|||C:\WINDOWS\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\nv_dispi.inf_amd64_e69a53b8ddde469c\nvldumd.dll|||C:\WINDOWS\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\nv_dispi.inf_amd64_e69a53b8ddde469c\nvldumd.dll


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

SensorInfo        :  135.847 ms
GPUSensorInfo     :   15.753 ms
GPU01 / NV Diode  :    0.009 ms
GPU01 / NV Fan PWM:    0.000 ms
HDD               :    0.206 ms
SPD               :    2.197 ms
AMB               :    0.011 ms
Asus EPU2         :    0.001 ms
Asus EPU1         :    0.000 ms
nVIDIA SPP        :    0.000 ms
nVIDIA MCP        :    0.001 ms
Intel GMCH        :    0.001 ms
Intel PCH         :    0.020 ms
Intel SNB         :    0.094 ms
Zambezi           :    0.000 ms
Kaveri            :    0.000 ms
Zen               :    0.002 ms
AMD SVI2          :    0.000 ms
MTC0303           :    0.000 ms
Smart Battery     :    0.000 ms
TVALZ             :    0.000 ms
Asetek LC         :    0.000 ms
Kraken X52        :    0.000 ms
LM78              :   45.837 ms
TT DPS            :    0.000 ms
Digifanless       :    0.001 ms
Corsair RMi       :    0.000 ms
Corsair AXi       :    0.001 ms
Odin              :    0.001 ms
Aquaero           :    0.000 ms

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

SensorInfo        :  140.673 ms
GPUSensorInfo     :   16.072 ms
GPU01 / NV Diode  :    0.006 ms
GPU01 / NV Fan PWM:    0.000 ms
HDD               :    0.207 ms
SPD               :    2.189 ms
AMB               :    0.008 ms
Asus EPU2         :    0.000 ms
Asus EPU1         :    0.000 ms
nVIDIA SPP        :    0.000 ms
nVIDIA MCP        :    0.001 ms
Intel GMCH        :    0.000 ms
Intel PCH         :    0.018 ms
Intel SNB         :    0.093 ms
Zambezi           :    0.000 ms
Kaveri            :    0.000 ms
Zen               :    0.002 ms
AMD SVI2          :    0.000 ms
MTC0303           :    0.000 ms
Smart Battery     :    0.000 ms
TVALZ             :    0.000 ms
Asetek LC         :    0.000 ms
Kraken X52        :    0.000 ms
LM78              :   45.873 ms
TT DPS            :    0.000 ms
Digifanless       :    0.000 ms
Corsair RMi       :    0.000 ms
Corsair AXi       :    0.001 ms
Odin              :    0.001 ms
Aquaero           :    0.001 ms

 

sensorprof.txt

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Thank you. It's quite odd, since I can see no issues about the sensor module there.  Maybe it's something else, another part of AIDA64 that drives your CPU core to the maximum.  Do you have any hardware monitoring modules (like OSD Panel, SensorPanel, LCD, Logging, Desktop Gadget, Sensor Icons) enabled?

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I do. I use the OSD panel with 4 sensors enabled. I use the OSD panel on all my PC, though, and it doesn't cause this problem on any other than this particular one. I'll test it to see if that's causing the problem and report back.

If it does happen to be the OSD panel what can be done?

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1 hour ago, m411b said:

I do. I use the OSD panel with 4 sensors enabled. I use the OSD panel on all my PC, though, and it doesn't cause this problem on any other than this particular one. I'll test it to see if that's causing the problem and report back.

If it does happen to be the OSD panel what can be done?

Let's see first whether the OSD Panel is the culprit. Maybe there's an item on your panel that operates outside the sensor module and causes the slowdown. Please let me know what happens after you turn the OSD feature off.  If it solves it, and once you turn it back on, the issue comes back, then we need to dig down deeper and check out the 4 items you have on your OSD.  We'll then try to replicate the issue on our own Xeon E5 v3 based test system.

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