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    Core #0 Clock sometime shows 0

    What ever you did, that hw64_461_2474 version seems to have fixed the problem. Will continue to monitor it just in case. Thanks for looking into the problem and fixing it......
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    Core #0 Clock sometime shows 0

    Tried disabling periodic polling, that did not fix problem. Here is debug file. Strange thing is, the problem doesn't seem to happen when running in debug mode. Thanks...
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    Core #0 Clock sometime shows 0

    How do I go about getting/creating this debug file? Thanks....
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    Core #0 Clock sometime shows 0

    I have a Gigabyte GA-Z97X-UD5H-BK motherboard and an Intel i7-4790K CPU. Sometimes on the Sensor Status Window the Core # 0 Clock, Bus Clock, Uncore Clock and PCIe Clock will drop to 0 then back up to what it should be. This only happens if I have the Sensor Status Window and the System Summary...
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    Sensor Module and Intel DZ77RE-75K MB

    When I exclude SMBus address 0x60 that fixes the problem. I have also attached a picture of the exclusion list to make sure you see what I have excluded. If you need another debug file, let me know. Thanks for the help in solving this problem and great program.....
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    Sensor Module and Intel DZ77RE-75K MB

    Disabling SMBus Support fixed the problem. Strange, but I seem to get just as much information and it is correct with SMBus disabled as I do with it enabled. I have attached the debug file. I only ran the Sensor Module for debug. I have also attached an image of the SMBus list just in...
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    Sensor Module and Intel DZ77RE-75K MB

    Intel DZ77RE-75-K motherboard (newest firmware), i7 2600K CPU (not overclocked), GeForce GTX 660 Video Card, Windows 8 Pro 64bit and newest and beta version of HWiNFO64 (both portable versions). This problem only happens when running the Sensor Module of HWiNFO, just running the summary...
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