GTX 1080 and 970 are installed, but second GPU is not visible in Display > GPU:
I need these values to be available in Sensor Panel:
GPU2's core frequency, memory freq, core utilization, video utilization, memory utilization and, if possible, fan % (currently it's RPM only)
I've been using AIDA64 for a some years now and I've put a lot of work in my panel - I really appreciate the support you put into AIDA64!
One thing I'd like to add to my panel is the reason for the current limit for the GPU. GPU-Z, EVGA Precision X and MSI Afterburner all have indicators to report the cause for throttling as "Power limit", "Voltage limit", "Temperature limit" or "No Load Limit". I guess these values are available through the nvidia API. I guess the best would be to 4 different sensor values for each of those, each of them being 0 or 1.
I'd then be able to add a kind of "LED indicator" for each of those states to my panel:
Is that something you'd consider to add to AIDA64?
Ever wondered how big the new nVIDIA Pascal GPU family would turn out to be? Here's the whole list of Pascal SKUs, with their respective PCI device IDs. Enjoy!
Note: The list contains a few Maxwell IDs as well, in order to clarify the difference between GMxxx-A and GMxxx-B PCI device regions.
Note #2: GM200-B may have been a second iteration, an optimized variant of the original GM200, but never reached the market. Could have been a plan B in case Pascal slips to late 2016 or 2017.
15F0 Graphics Device [GP100GL-A]
15F1 Graphics Device [GP100GL-A]
1725 Graphics Device [GP100-B]
172E Graphics Device [GP100-B]
1B6F Graphics Device [GP102-B]
1B80 GeForce GTX 1080 [GP104-A]
1C02 Graphics Device [GP106-A]
1CC2 Graphics Device [GP107-B]
1D01 Graphics Device [GP108-A]
â€‹I have a NVIDIA GeForce GT 520 video card that I've been having nightmarish crash problems with. It's the same problem that thousands of other users are having with the message: "Display Driver NVIDIA Kernel Mode Driver Version xxx.xx (the version number is irrelevant because it changes with every update but nothing ever improves) Stopped Responding And Has Successfully Recovered". NVIDIA Support, while never giving a definitive fix for this problem, does have a number of troubleshooting suggestions (which thus far have gone nowhere) but one was to obtain AIDA64 Extreme and run a diagnostic on the VRAM in my video card to see if it's good or if it fails. Thus far I have not been able to determine exactly how to do that with AIDA64 and was wondering if someone could give me some guidance here? I need to run it on the VRAM only and not some other component. Also, are they referring to a "stress test" as an actual diagnostic, or is there some true diagnostic that will analyze the VRAM and let me know if it has a problem, kind of like MemTest would do for your computer's RAM. Another suggestion they had was to test the Power Supply Unit (PSU); I think that's a bit of a "red herring" but I'm willing to try; is there a diagnostic test for that in AIDA64 as well? Thanks and standing by...