JcRabbit Posted January 20, 2019 Share Posted January 20, 2019 Hi Fiery! :) I'm running AIDA64 Extreme v5.99.4900 on a brand new system with the following specs: Intel 9900K, 32GB RAM, Asus ROG Maximus Formula XI BIOS 506, Intel Optane 905p 960GB NVMe connected to the PCH, Samsung 970 EVO 2TB connected to the M2 slot, Crucial MX500 1TB SATA SSD connected to SATA port 3, WD Blue 4TB connected to SATA port 4, two external WD My Book 3TB connected via USB 3.x. I'm using the OSD to display various stats on my secondary monitor, including drive temperatures. What seems to be happening is that randomly and from time to time some of the drives disappear from the list in the OSD. It can be ANY of the drives, or several at once (for instance, right now one of the external WD HDDs does not show on the list even after restarting AIDA64, although the other does - both drives remain connected and accessible from My Computer). This is made worse by another issue with the OSD, this one going back several years: if you edit the name of one of the drives to make it shorter (e.g.; change 'CT1000MX500SSD1' to 'Crucial MX500') when the drives 'return' they now occupy the wrong 'slots' (for instance, what had previously been the selected entry for CT1000MX500SSD1, which was edited to display 'Crucial MX500', is now displaying the temperature of the Optane drive, but, of course, still under the 'Crucial MX500' label). To be clear, this and the drives randomly disappearing are separate problems - I really wish you could fix the latter though, as it is really confusing, perhaps by associating a drive's unique hardware ID to each 'slot' in the OSD so they can be properly re-assigned when the drive is detected again). Also, are any other applications known to conflict with AIDA64's reading of the sensors? I'm also running Core Temp 1.13 and ASUS GPU Tweak II Monitor. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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