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Does anyone know how can u find out all the function for sensor panel to show on the second screen for hardware monitoring...My is just have cpu temp, utilization, gpu temp, gpu utilization and etc...but i want memory clock, memory speed, mobo temp, cpu core....hope anyone can guide me....i really have no idea on this issue....and sry for my broken english

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1 minute ago, JHuang Kenny said:

Does anyone know how can u find out all the function for sensor panel to show on the second screen for hardware monitoring...My is just have cpu temp, utilization, gpu temp, gpu utilization and etc...but i want memory clock, memory speed, mobo temp, cpu core....hope anyone can guide me....i really have no idea on this issue....and sry for my broken english

SensorPanel can be moved from your primary screen to your secondary screen.

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32 minutes ago, Fiery said:

SensorPanel can be moved from your primary screen to your secondary screen.

yaya this is what I make but I cant find the sensor for mobo temp all this...what I have is just some only...the video I attach 

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1 minute ago, JHuang Kenny said:

yaya this is what I make but I cant find the sensor for mobo temp all this...what I have is just some only...the video I attach 

What motherboard do you have?

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1 minute ago, JHuang Kenny said:

Asus Rog Strix Z490-g gaming wifi version

Make sure to upgrade to the latest beta version of AIDA64 Extreme available at:

https://www.aida64.com/downloads/latesta64xebeta

After upgrading to this new version, make sure to restart Windows to finalize the upgrade.

Let me know if it helps.

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Just now, JHuang Kenny said:

The stable version one can or must this version?

If you need full sensor support for your Z490 chipset based motherboard, you need to use the latest beta build of AIDA64.

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1 minute ago, Fiery said:

If you need full sensor support for your Z490 chipset based motherboard, you need to use the latest beta build of AIDA64.

Sure thanks I try first

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21 minutes ago, Fiery said:

If you need full sensor support for your Z490 chipset based motherboard, you need to use the latest beta build of AIDA64.

thanks alot finally all have 

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1 minute ago, JHuang Kenny said:

thanks alot finally all have 

Awesome ;) 

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