Is there any way to selectively disable fan speed monitoring in AIDA64?
I've been using it for my SensorPanel, but it conflicts with my ThermalTake Fan Control software. Both TT RGB Plus and the open-source replacement have this issue.
I can disable fan monitoring by unticking "low-level sensors" in the Stability menu, but this causes a ton of other things to be not monitored as well. All I want to do is disable fan-speed monitoring or even just ThermalTake fan speed.
Or is there a way to set up AIDA64 so that it won't conflict with my ThermalTake fans?
A few odd things. I've recently added cheap water cooling to my PC.
It might be a misunderstanding (or reconfiguration) on my pat.
1) Sometimes when I start the PC and AIDA64 auto starts, it only shows the 3 white fan options as shown in the bottom of pic "Turn on PC".
If I close AIDA64 and restart it, or reboot, it comes up with the 5 fans it should have (see bottom of pic "Restarted"),
2) very occasionally it starts correctly by showing the 5 fan options, but will say both the GPU Rad fan and the Temp Side Fan are 0 RPM even though they are spinning (sorry haven't got a pic for this)
Note, Power supply fan should be 0 RPM as it's a quite PS that only starts the fan if needed
3) With my CPU watercooler, I installed Corsairs iCUE fan control software (I presume this is needed to control the fans?). That software shows completely different CPU temps to yours. When running your Stress Test, (all in C)
After 40 seconds, yours says 39 , iCUE says 33.7
After 2 mins, yours says 40 iCUE says 34.3
After 3 mins yours says 40 iCUE says 34.8
After 4 mins yours says 41, iCUE says 35.1
After 6 mins yours says 41, iQUE says 35.6
After 11 mins yours says 42 iQUE says 36.1
Pics of the above attached. I left it running for a while longer, but the temp stayed fluctuating between 41/42.
Then after I'd stopped your stress test for a couple of mins or so your s/w says 29, iQUE says 34.6
Turned on PC
AIDA64 CPU Stress test after 40 secs
AIDA64 CPU Stress test after 2 mins
AIDA64 CPU Stress test after 3 mins
AIDA64 CPU Stress test after 4 mins
AIDA64 CPU Stress test after 6 mins
AIDA64 CPU Stress test after 11 mins
Stress test stopped for a couple of mins or so
Asus Vulcan Pro ROG Headset
Corsair Neutron GTX SSD 240GB (C drive, System)
Samsung 500GB EVO SSD (D drive, Games)
SanDisk SSD Plus 480GB (E drive, Steam Library)
Samsung 500GB EVO SSD (F drive , Music S/W)
Samsung 500GB EVO SSD (G, H, I drive, Docs, More Programs, Email)
Toshiba HDwe140 4TB (External enclosure, only plugged in to do backups)
XFX RADEON RX480 Black Edition OC
Utech MMO Gaming Mouse
Logitech G510 Keyboard
Razer Orbweaver Chrome
Focusrite Saffire Pro 24 Audio interface
Dell U2713HM monitor running at 2560 x 1440
BenQ GW2470 runing at 1920 x 1080
Intel Core i7 3820 a2011 3600 MHz
Asus P9X79 Socket 2011 ATX Motherboard
32GB Corsair Vengance DDR3 RAM
Win 10 Pro
Corsair 750 Watt HX750i Fully Modular ATX PSU/Power Supply
Corsair Hydro H55 on GPU
Corsair Hydro H100 v2 on CPU
NTZX H440 Mid ATX PC case
Currently running WIN 10 Pro 1709 on newly built machine. I am unable to see my Corsair AIO H115i cooler in AIDA64. I am able to see it in HWinfo64 as well as through Corsair Icue & Corsair Link. I have tried turning off Icue and Link and still I am unable to see this. Also the only way to see my Corsair Commander pro in AIDA64 is to shut off Icue and Link.
Any thought on being able to monitor my Corsair H115i as well as the Commander Pro?
Hey, I built a sensor panel for my new i9-7900k super machine
It has 2 mb connected temp thermisters. AIDA name s them temperature 1 and 2
I have 4 more on my Corsair commander pro. Aida names them Temperature 1,2,3,4
Can the names for these be set by AIDA in aida sensor names? Id like for the top, something more descriptive, like: MB Temp Sensor 1
and for the second set, something describing the connector, maybe taken from the usb hub device name like: CCNP Temp Sensor 1 or H115Pro Temp Sensor
Now, the fans are a different story, and should do the same, like the mb ones should be like: MB Sysfan 2, MB CPU Fan, MB CPU Opt, etc
and the corsair ones like: CCNP Fan 1, H115Pro Pump Fan, H115Pro Radiator Fan
Right now, it is virtually impossible to determine which fan is what item, my fans show up as a hodge podge of names, like