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x1950xt crossfire, only see 1 GPU

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Hi,

I have a system with a x1950xt crossfire setup, i am also using a alphacool LCD.

i want to show the load and temperture of the two cards on the LCD.

but i only see sensors for GPU 1 ??

motherboard is a formula maximus and i am running window xp ( yes i know :-) it is a retro build.

also the temp of the CPU is always 60 degres no mather what load...

 

Please help, if all this works i am buying aida64 extreme just to use the LDC

 

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ok, so i did some reading and it seems there is a option to turn on multigpu's.

this was already enabled but i still see only sensors for 1 gpu.

I also noticed that when i run aida64 my games crash, with or wothout the multigpu support :-(

i also read about the ULPS, but i cant find it in the registry for window  XP ( want to try and turn it off for stability )

so now my lcd is not usable with aida64...

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On ‎9‎/‎30‎/‎2019 at 9:05 PM, swirled said:

ok, so i did some reading and it seems there is a option to turn on multigpu's.

this was already enabled but i still see only sensors for 1 gpu.

I also noticed that when i run aida64 my games crash, with or wothout the multigpu support :-(

i also read about the ULPS, but i cant find it in the registry for window  XP ( want to try and turn it off for stability )

so now my lcd is not usable with aida64...

Yes, you need to disable ULPS to enable monitoring both your GPUs.  Scan the Registry (using REGEDIT.EXE) for EnableUlps and set all occurences of that to 0 (zero).  When you're done, restart Windows to apply the changes.

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