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Is anyone else having an issue with not being able to find the gpu temp on a 3090. Ive been using my sensor panel for abit now and have had no issues until i installed my new 3090. Everything else is working for the gpu such as the utilization and all of that but the temp doesnt and I cant find it in the program. I have a evga FTW3 rtx 3090 if that helps

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On 5/3/2022 at 3:59 PM, Öld Ðad said:

Is anyone else having an issue with not being able to find the gpu temp on a 3090. Ive been using my sensor panel for abit now and have had no issues until i installed my new 3090. Everything else is working for the gpu such as the utilization and all of that but the temp doesnt and I cant find it in the program. I have a evga FTW3 rtx 3090 if that helps

I was having a similar issue with my 3080...  Make sure you have the most up to date Aida64 release and then Uninstall and reinstall it. (Make sure you save your sensor panels before deleting).   Once I reinstalled, EVERYTHING worked. 

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6 hours ago, Öld Ðad said:

So i have to uninstall aida64 then reinstall it?

For me and my 3080, when I couldn't see much of the GPU, it worked uninstalling and reinstalling Aida.

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  • 2 weeks later...

I tried uninstalling aida64 and reinstalling it but still nothing. i even tried a diff panel so im not sure why the temp sensor isnt in there. i wouldnt think its because its such a new gpu would it?

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Ok I figured out the fix for this issue. If you cant find the temp sensor for the gpu look for the GPU Diode. It will be in the same section as the rest of the gpu temps are, click it and your good to go. I double checked with MSI Afterburner to make sure the temps matched and I watched it for an hour just to make sure the fluctuations were the same so now everything is working great...

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