Thanks I will report it to them.
Yes, one of the Task Manager values are an exact match with D3D memory dedicated, the other one seems to be Dedicated+Dynamic. I suppose this sensor should display this combined value as well.
This sensor seems to report an unrealistically high value. When I play games it can go up to 15 GB, while my card only has 4 GB. Windows task manager has a similar "GPU memory" option but that seems to report the correct values (even though it says X/12 GB, the X seems...
I suspected it's because of the beta version but it looks like because I set the CPU voltage to "Auto" instead the usual undervolt (-20 mV). Is it something that can be fixed or I should use the VID sensors instead and hide this ?
I think it should be around 0.7-0.8V idle. May be there was but I hide the sensors I don't use and it's not under the hidden sensors now. This Vcore showed exactly what my BIOS for CPU voltage, that's why I kept it.
Yes under load shows the correct value 1.05V
Just installed the new AMD 16.12.1 Driver and the two VRM temperatures (GPU VR and GPU VRM) are missing - removed the registry key to reset the sensors and I2C cache but still not appearing so I think something must have changed in the driver. Using the latest Beta btw.
It would be easier to arrange the readings on the OSD if we could just select them, name the selection (for example "GPU" for GPU sensors) and would appear that way.
MSI AB has something like this including aligned text: