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HELP: EVGA SuperNOVA 1300 P+, 80+ PLATINUM 1300W sensor panel issues reading values


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Greetings,

                     I am still very much so green to AIDA64 sensor panel but for the life of me cannot get the Amps, Watts and total system power to read/display. Is it because this is a new power supply and maybe AIDA64 hasn't coded support for it yet or something I may be doing wrong?  Is there some sort of guide out in the wild that I can refer too? Thanks.

 

BTW the panel was created by The Silence - kudo's for a great job! 

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On 10/18/2021 at 1:02 PM, MDG73 said:

Greetings,

                     I am still very much so green to AIDA64 sensor panel but for the life of me cannot get the Amps, Watts and total system power to read/display. Is it because this is a new power supply and maybe AIDA64 hasn't coded support for it yet or something I may be doing wrong?  Is there some sort of guide out in the wild that I can refer too? Thanks.

BTW the panel was created by The Silence - kudo's for a great job!

AIDA64 doesn't support your power supply unit in terms of reading sensor values directly from it.  Do you have a software that implements full support for your PSU?  Made by EVGA or a 3rd party?

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Sorry but will AIDA64 have support for the power supply itself in upcoming releases? Right now the software doesn't recognize the power supply at all. I had to input the name of it. Under computer > DMI it says  "Device Name    To Be Filled By O.E.M.". Thx

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