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Hello,

Since upgrading from v2.30.1900 Final to v2.50.2000 Final i came across 2 bugs (so far) in the new stable version of Aida.

My system-specs are as follows:

- Windows 7 Enterprise x64 SP1 (+ all updates) German

- INTEL Core i7 2600k

- 8 GB G-Skill DDR3-1333 Mhz RAM

- ASUS P8P67 EVO / Bios: 3207 (http://goo.gl/FT58y)

- 2 NVidia GeForce GTX 470 (in SLI-Mode) running with driver 301.42 WHQL

- Adaptec SCSI Card 29320LPE PCIe x1 (http://goo.gl/JCHBn)

- 3 U320-Drives connected to the Adaptec Controller

- 6 SATAII-Drives connected to the onboad SATAII-Controllers

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1) U320-SCSI drives are not recognized for temperature detection anymore

I am using the sidebar gadget to show some hardware-specific data as you can see on the attached screenshots aida230.png or aida250.png. After upgrading to v2.50.2000 the 3 U320-SCSI drives are not recognized anymore. I attached a screenshot named aida230gadget.png to show that they are recognized in v2.30.1900.

2) GPU fan-detection shows wrong values on both fans of the graphics cards

I am using EVGA Precision X v3.0.2 to slow down my cooling fans from both graphics cards to 30% (instead of 40% in stock values). The screenshots aida230.png and aida250.png show the difference here aswell. With v2.30.1900 Final the values are correct aka 30% but with v2.50.2000 Final the values are wrong and show 31%. Maybe this is settings related, but how would i know? :-)

I attached aida230stability.png for that reason aswell which sows what settings i used on the stability tab in the settings using v2.30.1900. I use the same when using v2.50.2000. Maybe it helps.

I finally included RAID dumps and ATA dumps from v2.30.1900 and 2.50.2000 and hope that it'll help.

If you need further informations let me know and i'll provide them.

Thanks!

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atadump230.txt

atadump250.txt

raiddump230.txt

raiddump250.txt

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1) We'll fix that in the next AIDA64 beta update due later this week. I'll drop a message into this topic once the new beta is available.

2) We've changed the rounding logic for fan duty cycle values in AIDA64 v2.50. Before that, duty cycle was rounded down by simply omitting the fractional part of the value. So in AIDA64 v2.30 both 30.2% and 30.9% were rounded down to 30%. In AIDA64 v2.50 we use math rounding, so 30.2% now becomes 30%, but 30.9% now rounded to 31%. I'm afraid ForceWare drivers use the wrong logic for rounding, so now AIDA64 v2.50 shows the correct values, but they sadly don't match ForceWare values :) IMHO it's actually nVIDIA who has to fix the rounding logic in ForceWare, but in order to avoid confusion we'll adjust AIDA64 (in the next beta update) to match ForceWare values.

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check and make sure raid member enumeration is enabled

If you had taken some time and looked at my screenshots you would have realized it is checked.

Quick replies won't help any1, no offense.

1) We'll fix that in the next AIDA64 beta update due later this week. I'll drop a message into this topic once the new beta is available.

2) We've changed the rounding logic for fan duty cycle values in AIDA64 v2.50. Before that, duty cycle was rounded down by simply omitting the fractional part of the value. So in AIDA64 v2.30 both 30.2% and 30.9% were rounded down to 30%. In AIDA64 v2.50 we use math rounding, so 30.2% now becomes 30%, but 30.9% now rounded to 31%. I'm afraid ForceWare drivers use the wrong logic for rounding, so now AIDA64 v2.50 shows the correct values, but they sadly don't match ForceWare values :) IMHO it's actually nVIDIA who has to fix the rounding logic in ForceWare, but in order to avoid confusion we'll adjust AIDA64 (in the next beta update) to match ForceWare values.

Thank you for your response, i think it's a good choice to change the rounding logic that way.

Keep up the good work!

Regards

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I registered to say i had this problem too with a SATA drive.

I had the previous final version installed and ran the uninstaller

i should have backed up the .ini file though i had to re do all the settings :(

Anyways I only posted here to say i enabled the raid smart support checkbox

in the stability options.

and my drive temps etc show up now just like they use to

Only with this version did my WD SATA green drive not show up

not in any views such as the sensor panel or hardware page

seemed to fix the problem for me

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The "RAID member enumeration" and "RAID SMART support" options may help about SATA drives, but for SCSI and SAS drives only the next AIDA64 beta update will help ;)

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Do you have alerts configured for those items? (Battery Voltage, Battery Input Voltage, Battery Output Voltage) If yes, then how their thresholds are configured?

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