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Victor Amani
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22 hours ago, Victor Amani said:

Aida 64 crashes randomly while running sensor panel with low level pcie sensor monitoring enabled. (Gpu stats from this enabled) 
Im on windows 11 
Ryzen 5800x
Radeon 6700xt
 
is there a possible fix for this?

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1) Are you using AIDA64 v6.60?

2) Please check if it works with PCI enabled but GPU monitoring disabled.  I suppose the issue occurs in the GPU sensor monitoring module, but it's hard to tell without going deeper.

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It was working for an estimate of 4 hours with no crash. Then it did crash but this time the GPU. I'm running a multi monitor setup and what happens is crazy rgb pixels on my extended displays while the main freezes. The system then reboots to a damaged driver on the main display at 500x600 at which point i reinstall Amd graphics drivers everything goes back to normal. run aida64 after about 19 mins it will crash gpu and the cycle repeats.

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On 12/19/2021 at 1:18 PM, Fiery said:

1) Are you using AIDA64 v6.60?

2) Please check if it works with PCI enabled but GPU monitoring disabled.  I suppose the issue occurs in the GPU sensor monitoring module, but it's hard to tell without going deeper.

@Fiery This issue still replicatable in6.60.5906

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On 1/2/2022 at 9:17 AM, Victor Amani said:

@Fiery This issue still replicatable in6.60.5906

I'm afraid we still haven't been able to figure out why polling the GPU causes issues in the video driver.  We now avoid using any low-level GPU calls on AMD GPUs, but apparently the driver still cannot handle the calls we issue to it and sometimes goes nuts.  We believe this issue is a bug in AMD's video driver rather than AIDA64, and so make sure to report it to AMD too.

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On 12/20/2021 at 4:47 AM, Victor Amani said:

It was working for an estimate of 4 hours with no crash. Then it did crash but this time the GPU. I'm running a multi monitor setup and what happens is crazy rgb pixels on my extended displays while the main freezes. The system then reboots to a damaged driver on the main display at 500x600 at which point i reinstall Amd graphics drivers everything goes back to normal. run aida64 after about 19 mins it will crash gpu and the cycle repeats.

I've experienced this several times over the last 9-10 days, Freezes will sometimes happen almost immediately after logging in with Aida64 Extreme set to start with my Windows 10 PC and minimize whilst pulling up the Sensor Panel onto my 2nd monitor, sometimes 8-15 min after and sometimes 4-8 hours afterwards with the longest I think being 28 hours before the error any sort of freezing. My 2nd monitor was the only one that had artifacts/pixelation as well and it was some of the strangest artifacting/pixelation I've come across that would also change colour when using the Windows key on the keyboard or when hitting CTRL+ALT+Del which baffled me. Audio if playing would continue to play for 10-15 seconds and then stop. Keyboard and mouse RGB profile continued as if there was nothing wrong and the system would either reboot eventually when unattended after X amount of time or I'd have to manual reboot it.

Happened to come across a site where aida64 was named as apart of a small group of programs that caused video issues pertaining to (amdkmdag+0x00000000018cdd04) from the bugcheck dump. All of which reportedly had fixes apart from Aida64. Searched for Aida64 crashing AMD GPUs and saw this. I'm thankful for you bringing this to Aida64's attention and saving me some of my sanity. 

For reference, this is my build

Gigabyte X570 Elite - Latest BIOS

3900X

6900 XT - Tried numerous drivers from the last 8 months. 

Windows 10 currently. Was on 10, moved to 11 then the issues occurred and so freshly installed Windows 10.

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