Cpu clock (Mhz) no more showing in rtss overlay!

Hello,

Since yesterday, somehow the CPU Clock with Hypertext "Core 0 Clock (perf #8/8) is no more showing a clock value in rtss overlay.
I tried 7.50 and 7.46, as they worked fine all day before. Until i go to 7.36 it reworks again but that version too old and heavy bugged.
I tried a bit around and found that when i enable memory integrity in Defender, its working again. But i can't let it enabled as i use programs and drivers they won't work with memory integrity.
As it was working all the time, maybe the last Windows Update changed something.

Are you able to get this corrected ?

Thank you
 

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In this Case its an AMD 7840u APU. And as i said, it worked all day on both versions until yesterday.
Values are shown as it works when i enable memory integrity.
 
In HwInfo i see cpu clocks working fine.
As i said, if i enable memory integrity, it works.. but before it was working all the time with memory integrity disabled. I can't enable it because of tools they won't work.
I guess you need to bypass it in your software, as 7.36 is working but gives false temperature infos.
 
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I'd need to see more precise data and the HWiNFO Debug File (with and without memory integrity) to know what's going wrong there.
 
Can you tell me what you need exactly? Debug file i did from sensors only. Got an html file and it was empty. Can you explain what to do exactly? I have sensors only enabled for now.
 
 
Didnt got it work for debug file, but there are so much people with that issue that cpu clock is missing.. even Youtubers you can see it for Aokzoe A1 Pro in my case. Hope you can find a fix. Or reproduce yourself maybe the issue.
 
If the clock is properly shown in HWiNFO Sensors window, then the problem must be in RTSS or the plugin used to read HWiNFO data. Is it perhaps so that the Sensor named changed and RTSS won't pick it up due to that?
 
If the clock is properly shown in HWiNFO Sensors window, then the problem must be in RTSS or the plugin used to read HWiNFO data. Is it perhaps so that the Sensor named changed and RTSS won't pick it up due to that?
Rtss takes all values from HwInfo. No other tool installed. As shown in my 1. post here (screenshot). As said, after the monthly Windows Update from June its no more working for cpu clock except ENABLING memory integrity.
But this is not an option as a needed tool to change cpu/gpu frequency won't work with it enabled.
 
Sorry but from your very vague description I'm unable to understand what exactly is the problem.
I asked for more details from HWiNFO as for me it's important how those clocks appear (or not there), or the HWiNFO Debug File which you didn't provide.
If those values appear properly in HWiNFO then the problem is in the RTSS overlay plugin for HWiNFO and that is owned by the author of MSI AB/RTSS.
 
Sorry but from your very vague description I'm unable to understand what exactly is the problem.
I asked for more details from HWiNFO as for me it's important how those clocks appear (or not there), or the HWiNFO Debug File which you didn't provide.
If those values appear properly in HWiNFO then the problem is in the RTSS overlay plugin for HWiNFO and that is owned by the author of MSI AB/RTSS.
No this isnt a rtss issue. I posted you the hypertext code thats no more working on hwinfo versions higher then 7.36 !
7.36 is working for cpu clock, so nothing to do with rtss. But 7.36 isnt supported for ryzen 7000 series and shows temps from 240c.. false infos.
So we need 7.60 with the working cpu clock info (see hypertext in post 1) like in 7.36.
What changed there from 7.36 to newer versions? Maybe this helps you
 
You don't listen too? I explained it a lot, all infos you need. Except a debug file.
Should i tell all the hundreds of users that occur this issue, they have to open a thread here too? Well ok if you want this..
 
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