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    Time for custom sensors derived from groups of real sensors?

    With CPU's like the 3990x, the amount of data given in a sensor window is pretty crazy now. Surely there can be something done to consolidate up the display from all the extraneous data of hundreds of sensors. An example that exists in the current version of HWiNFO64 is the "Core Max" sensor of...
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    Asrock X399 Slow sensor window repainting.

    Sorry about slow reply. Reset preferences didnt seem to do anything, visually (does the button work?). Restoring original order didnt do much either. I might have to chalk it up to slow windows performance or just slowness of the platform. HPET being on or off doesn't seem to have a difference...
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    Suggestion: change network traffic...

    25 megabit (MB) is 25000 kilobit (KB) (base 10) if you want base 2, this may or may not be accurate with the sensor nomenclature. 25 mibibit (MiB) = 25600 kibibit (KiB)
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    Asrock X399 Slow sensor window repainting.

    Me again. This might not be the fault of HWiNFO64 but something deeper at the OS level, so excuse me if that is the case. I switched from the MSI X399 to an ASrock X399 Taichi in an attempt to get better RAM performance (it does by a wide margin) but HWiNFO64 sensor window has a very noticeable...
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    MSI X399 sensors performance

    I've reinstalled OS from win8.1 to a fresh Win10 copy. I did run -nothing- for a little bit to see if the perf was better, but it was still about the same, so no sure about that one (still had 'slow' polling speed). Also, there are 2 VRM sensors, one for something auxiliary (SoC?) which has...
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    MSI X399 sensors performance

    I'm sure you saw the system report so you can at least see what the system is comprised of. If you can think of anything that would cause that, i'd be happy to help
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    MSI X399 sensors performance

    Quite maybe. CoreTemp doesn't seem to have any polling speed issue though it does give less info too (no power figures), so there is that.
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    MSI X399 sensors performance

    Debug not enabled, "Automatic Logging" is not enabled either. I minimized the GUi so only tray is showing. I selected 100ms polling period to exacerbate the issue, heres a GIF video. https://i.imgur.com/78i3mBz.gifv
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    MSI X399 sensors performance

    I don't use any addons, just plain jane HWINFO64 sensors that display in the system tray.
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    MSI X399 sensors performance

    Ah, I didn't know that was available! I enabled it and every column shows 0 ms time except for 1 or 2 GPU sensors every now and then (15 or 16ms, otherwise 0). Maybe threadripper is just 'slow'?
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    MSI X399 sensors performance

    There is no performance loss of the system as a whole. Just more like ... It's something like the ASUS EC where it was recommended to disable it to increase the performance of HWINFO (faster polling speed). Just trying an extreme example like 100ms poll rate. If I disable every sensor except the...
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    MSI X399 sensors performance

    Seems there is a pretty big hit to performance when accessing sensors on this board, no matter what I'm monitoring. If you want, here is debug file and report.
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    hwinfo (or alternative) for linux?

    I'm using linux mint to run a specific stress test program and would like to monitor sensors as it runs. I'm a bit of a linux idiot though and wanted to know if there as a hwinfo (or similar) for linux?
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    hwinfo freeze on startup

    edit: never mind. Problem was with old buggy intel management engine driver. updated it and lots of other freezes, including hwinfo, went away
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    hwinfo freeze on startup

    v5.45-3075 win 8.1 x64, fully patched msi z77a-g45 motherboard, celeron g1610, 2x4GB RAM visiontek radeon r9 280X hwinfo64 freezes on startup. cant even get a summary screen, just freezes on scanning.
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    Poll different sensors at non-default intervals

    So I have an Asus Rampave V Extreme motherboard with an ASUS EC embedded sensor chip. It has some useful sensors, including ones that let you hook up a custom temperature probe to it. Unfortunately, if you poll this sensor too often, it will usually just stop responding/disappear eventually...
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    HWiNFO32 and HWiNFO64 v5.25-2865 Beta released

    "Added experimental reporting of CPU current/power for some later ASUS mainboards." Does this include ASUS RAMPAGE V EXTREME? Whats changed? edit: I see new CPU current and CPU power under the ASUS EC sensor chip. The CPU Power seems to take existing VCCIN sensor under the Nucoton NCT6791D chip...
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    Customize sensor value based on another sensor's readout

    Alright, sorry about the delay. Here's the goodies. https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/9768004/BCLK.zip A note: I could not get the 100MHz BCLK stable with my current RAM settings. They were wet to 2666MHz with CAS13-13-13-30 as opposed to 3000MHz CAS15-15-15-35 with 125MHz and 166.7MHz BCLK...
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    Customize sensor value based on another sensor's readout

    Alright, I will do that soon when I schedule my next reboot.
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    Customize sensor value based on another sensor's readout

    So I encountered an interesting bug today, not HWiNFO specific. I use the CPU Package and Total DRAM power sensors to estimate how much of a load I'm putting on my equipment and to better determine what load I'm putting on my cooling system. Well turns out that with, at least my Intel CPU, a...
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