I want to use them on my sensor panel, but they don't show up, only temps, power draw, TDP% and vram usage of the GPU is present. It worked on my old Gigabyte 2070 super but on Gigabyte 3080 lhr it's not showing up. Is there a fix for it?
As the topic, any idea to show some reading,
e.g. pump speed, liquid temperature, fan speed.
Let me know if any idea, thx a lot.
Here are the specs,
Aorus Master x570
Ryzen 9 5900x @ 4GHZ
4 sticks of 8gb Trident Z Neo @ XMP 3733MHz
Aorus Master RX 6800XT (not overclocked but sometimes I enable the rage mod in WARZONE)
At idle temps are amazing GPU 29-36, CPU 35-40
While gaming 45 - 65(rarely) GPU 55 - 70 (70+ rarely depending on the game)
BUT, PCH diode almost never goes below 70, and when gaming goes around 80-82
I am trying to figure out why my pc does random restarts, so thinking this could be one of the problems. Initially I thought it's a PSU problem and needed an upgrade so temporarily disconnected few RGB accessories, dropped CPU 4.2 to 4GHZ and 3800MHz to 3733MHz not to stress my PSU until I get a 1000W. Haven't had any restarts for almost 2 months, today had 3 restarts in one day. PSU is 5 almost 5 years old. All other parts in PC are less than a Year old. Any suggestions or ideas are welcome and thank you in advance for the time:)
I was recently brain storming on how to display sensor info from aida64 SSE. I wasn't a huge fan on having a secondary sensor display connected through HDMI, as windows does weird things when you have 'multiple' displays connected and even windows 11 doesn't fix it.
If this could be of any use to anyone else, please feel free to either create a PR or fork it and play around with it on your own.
hi, i have a problem with my temperature sensors. It is detected in the software diode GPU temperature and also Temperature 1 is my NZXT kraken cooling wather. My problem is the following: when I select these two values to place it in my monitor for the spec it falls in (TRIAL). But it is well detected in the software in sections sensor, the temperature and the values are good.