Gigabyte X670E Aorus Master - small issues

Societal

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In the main window, hardware tree, SMBIOS DMI the first PCIE slot (PCIE1) is referred to as "Slot Type: PCI Express x8" and "Slot Data Bus Width: x8 / x8". Elsewhere in the software when looking at the GPU information it correctly identifies it as running at PCIE v4.0 x16 @ x16.

In the new Memory Timings window for Gigabyte motherboards the Gear Mode box is greyed out/blank. But the value can be known to be 1 in my case because the MCLK and effective DDR speed are already displayed. When I have (as in my case) DDR5 6000MT/s and MCLK = 3000 MHz it is Gear 1. Likewise were I have to say DDR5 7200 MT/s and MCLK at 1800 MHz we could know is it Gear 2.

When running in Sensors Only mode in the previous stable version (7.60) both chipsets were listed with their temperatures but the first chipset was greyed out even though the values were displayed. Now in the new beta 7.61 b5175 only Chipset 2 is visible at start. After leaving the software open for about 10-15 minutes Chipset 1 suddenly appeared and still has greyed data values. Maybe I just never looked at the chipset fast enough in the prior version to notice Chipset 1 missing until later or not.

See attached image. There's an EC sensor that is empty. Nothing is reported under it. I'm not sure if this provides value to the end user versus being hidden to us and otherwise something that you guys can see in reports/debug.
 

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SMBIOS DMI information is provided by the BIOS, so if there are any inconsistencies, the problem is in the BIOS.
The GIGABYTE EC sensor is responsible for "System 5/Pump1", "System 6/Pump2" and "System 4" fans only. If they are not connected or not spinning, they won't appear there.
 
SMBIOS DMI information is provided by the BIOS, so if there are any inconsistencies, the problem is in the BIOS.
The GIGABYTE EC sensor is responsible for "System 5/Pump1", "System 6/Pump2" and "System 4" fans only. If they are not connected or not spinning, they won't appear there.
Thank you!
 
SMBIOS DMI information is provided by the BIOS, so if there are any inconsistencies, the problem is in the BIOS.
The GIGABYTE EC sensor is responsible for "System 5/Pump1", "System 6/Pump2" and "System 4" fans only. If they are not connected or not spinning, they won't appear there.
I have fans attached to all three of those motherboard headers and nothing appears in the EC sensor portion. They show up under the ITE IT8792E sensor.
 

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