While observing the System Stability Test, Statistics tab, I thought it would be nice if we could rename the Chassis fans to match their actual location. This would make it easier to follow what each of the fans were up to. This could be something added to preferences. i.e., rename cooling fans.
I noticed that on Asus Rampage IV Extreme, AIDA64 sometimes outputs "Thread creation error: Insufficient memory for this operation" and after that readings of OPT1, OPT3, Case 2 and PCH fans become 0.0 RPM (I have OPT2, Case 1 and Case 2 fans unconnected so cannot say anything about them). CPU fan and CPU OPT fan readings are still OK.
If I relaunch AIDA64 (File - Exit - Run again), readings become OK, and sometimes later the problem repeats.
I have to confess that I have ASUS Suite II installed (because and only because AIDA64 missed OPTx temp support on Asus R4E!). After installation of AIDA64 Beta, I stopped running it, but process explorer shows its modules loaded and running (FanControlHelper.exe etc). So this may be result of interaction of AIDA64 and ASUS' DLLs (http://forums.aida64...ndpost__p__5532). It's not a problem for me, I plan to uninstall ASUS software. Just leaving it now only to help you in testing
AIDA64 version: 2.50.2075 Beta.
P.S. Fiery, thanks a lot for your great work - from another R4E user
Never remove R4E support from AIDA64! BTW, you already have Option/Stability settings, you may add Asus Suite II compatibility there...
Hello everyone. I'm Cristian and I from Chile, for that... sorry for my bad english ahaha.
I've a question. I've a sony vaio laptor with a GPU: Nvidida 410m. VersiÃ³n Intel® Core i5-2410M CPU @ 2.30GHz.
Do you know what is the correct temperature of the cores and the GPU of my laptop? when I play, it's feel so hot and I don't know the correct temperatures...
If the informations is not enough, ask me in the comments and I will put a complete report from Aida64.
Aprecciate the help!
Grettings, and thanks.