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fixed: AIDA64 6.25.5400 voltage sensor bug, strong incorrect reading (ASRock B150M-HDS)

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I found bug in Aida64 6.25.5400 in voltage sensor section.
Aida reads +12V as 3.587-4.013V.

But using Multimeter I get 12.19V on yellow PSU cables
And in the BIOS settings I see 12.408V in H/W Monitor section.
PC is working fine. All games are stable, nothing bad happen.

SO, if the real voltage (yellow cable) is correct, then Aida is wrong
if the bios can read correct voltage then motherboard sensor is fine and Aida is wrong.

I attached screenshoots.
AND debug.txt file

BTW:
I found this bug in AIDA64 6.25.5400, but also I see it in 5.99.4900 version as well.

I've noticed that Aida refresh that +12V value much slower (not that often as other voltages).
And next thing: why Aida doesn't even show yellow/red exclamation mark on that +12V line? (ok, value is incorrect, but if aida display 3.5-4.0V in +12V - then I should see a warning about PSU failure, right?)

HARDWARE:
ASRock B150M-HDS, newest bios version 7.50,
PSU: Antec 500W
SYSTEM:: fresh Windows 10 64bit + all updates, antivirus Kaspersky,
(all drivers from Asrock site are installed: intel chipset driver, Management Engine Interface, etc)

aida.jpg

multimeter.jpg

bios.jpg

debug.txt

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On 7/31/2020 at 9:38 PM, oday said:

I found bug in Aida64 6.25.5400 in voltage sensor section.
Aida reads +12V as 3.587-4.013V.

But using Multimeter I get 12.19V on yellow PSU cables
And in the BIOS settings I see 12.408V in H/W Monitor section.
PC is working fine. All games are stable, nothing bad happen.

SO, if the real voltage (yellow cable) is correct, then Aida is wrong
if the bios can read correct voltage then motherboard sensor is fine and Aida is wrong.

I attached screenshoots.
AND debug.txt file

BTW:
I found this bug in AIDA64 6.25.5400, but also I see it in 5.99.4900 version as well.

I've noticed that Aida refresh that +12V value much slower (not that often as other voltages).
And next thing: why Aida doesn't even show yellow/red exclamation mark on that +12V line? (ok, value is incorrect, but if aida display 3.5-4.0V in +12V - then I should see a warning about PSU failure, right?)

HARDWARE:
ASRock B150M-HDS, newest bios version 7.50,
PSU: Antec 500W
SYSTEM:: fresh Windows 10 64bit + all updates, antivirus Kaspersky,
(all drivers from Asrock site are installed: intel chipset driver, Management Engine Interface, etc)

Please 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 how it works ;)

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9 hours ago, oday said:

Yes! it works now in 6.25.5462 beta :)

Thank you. You are awesome.

Thank you for your feedback!

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