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When the comp wakes up from Sleep mode (including hibernation or not), the PCH diode temperature sensor on the sensor panel shows N/A and there is no sensor in the AIDA sensor window. This problem is only in Win10 (64). There is no problem in Win7. I need to restart AIDA again and it`s OK.

AIDA64 Extreme 6.60.5900

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14 hours ago, 790 said:

When the comp wakes up from Sleep mode (without hibernation), the PCH diode temperature sensor on the sensor panel shows N/A and there is no sensor in the AIDA sensor window. This problem is only in Win10 (64). There is no problem in Win7. I need to restart AIDA again and it`s OK.

AIDA64 Extreme 6.60.5900

What motherboard do you have?

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Also, I have 2 SSD in RAID-0 on 2 SATA-3 ports and 2 HDD in RAID-0 on 2 SATA-2 ports - all on one Intel Z77 chipset with Intel OROM and driver.

I see in AIDA in ATA-window

Before Sleep mode :

Max. MWDMA Transfer Mode    MWDMA 2
Max. UDMA Transfer Mode    UDMA 6
Active UDMA Transfer Mode    UDMA 6

 

After wake up from Sleep mode:

Max. MWDMA Transfer Mode    MWDMA 2

Active MWDMA Transfer Mode   MWDMA 1

Max. UDMA Transfer Mode    UDMA 6
on SSDs

and

Max. MWDMA Transfer Mode    MWDMA 2

Active MWDMA Transfer Mode   MWDMA 0

Max. UDMA Transfer Mode    UDMA 6

on HDDs

 

what`s this? :D

P.S.

This "problem" occurs after AIDA restart after resume from Sleep Mode (including hibernation).

I think, AIDA displays the wrong result, because I did the disk benchmark (AIDA Read Test Suite) after - there is no difference in speed!

 

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