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
Custom gauges are not working in the sensor panel. Default ones are.
I made some custom ones where I just changed the colors of the default downloaded ones. Added them to the custom states. They pop up for a second then disappear only leaving the icon and text. Tried downloading ones other people have made and the same things happen. Might appear for a second then disappear then come back for a second go away again and not come back. All are pngs as specified.
Its a 5" raspberry pi screen.
Was going to use for CPU and GPU temp (3900X - RTX2080)
Let me know of any ideas to try or info you need. If its not something off the top of my head have to respond after work.
So far really disappointed. Wanted to make some custom files, I do not like the defaults.
Nicehash2 freezes when aida64 sensor panel is running.
It occurs within 5 min when using google chrome together with nicehashv2 using equihash for the GPU and cryptonightv7 for the CPU
, using Nvidia drivers 391.35.
When using nvidia drivers 397.64, this is even worst, there are BSOD generated.
Using win10 home 64 bits, latest aida64 5.97.4633 beta
5 GTX1070 and 1950X CPU.
My sensor panel config is attached.
Sensor panel Refresh speed set to 2 seconds.
I have an Asus Z10PED16WS MoBo. Any time I do anything that triggers a sensor scan in AIDA64 my machine locks up. I have the same issue in HWINFO64, so I don't think its an AIDA bug.
I want to enable logging so I can see exactly what is happening before the Machine Locks up, but when I select the logging tab in preferences, it initiates the sensor scan locking up the machine before I can enable anything.
Is there any way I can enable logging without initiating the sensor scan so I can see whats happening?
Thank You -