I am not fully sure this is related, I won't open another topic unless necessary, but the MOS (most likely VRM temps) are missing from the latest Beta on my MSI Z370 Gaming Plus too. On the 6.24 stable version the MOS temps are there.
Lemme know if you need logs of debug. I assume since we know...
It's the driver and hardware accelerated GPU scheduling, quote from Manuel below:
BTW if you turn that off the missing values return.
I've installed the May 2004 Windows 10 build, and it seems that either HWinfo64 (tried the last stable build and the 6.27-4161 build you posted in the VRM temp thread) or the new OS are not reporting GPU compute. I have a 1070ti, with the 450.82 WDDM 2.7 driver for the new OS...
OK, so I've been monitoring and logging for the last day, and the SSDs show normal values. However, I did notice weird reporting on the Effective Clocks, they were stuck to 0. Restarting HWinfo fixed it. There's a chance it was related to the PC entering sleep. This time I also have a rather...
I had to restart HWinfo to enable the debug mode so those values went away, the screenshot was taken before. Gonna restart it again and let it run in the debug mode for the rest of the night, in case this occurs again. The 2 HDDs seem to have been spared.
Thanks for the new Beta. Noticed some weird readings for my 2 Samsung SSDs, an older 850 Evo and a 970 Evo Plus. Haven't seen this in older versions of HWinfo, I am quite sure. I'm attaching a screenshot and the report/debug. Thanks a lot!