HWiNFO64 v6.31-4245 - not showing custom value anymore :(

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Hey there

Thank You for the dark skin! Much obliged!

And one thingie, in HWiNFO64 v6.31-4245, my custom value stopped working :(

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Please help, or fix this issue?

With kind regards

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Martin

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Please check if the particular core clock values match the names shown.
Is the "perf #" part missing perhaps? This has been intentionally removed recently as this number was not correct on some Intel CPUs.
 

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Please check if the particular core clock values match the names shown.
Is the "perf #" part missing perhaps? This has been intentionally removed recently as this number was not correct on some Intel CPUs.
Hey there Martin!

Thank You for Your superfast reaction!

This is my registry addition:

max("Core 0 Clock (perf #1)", "Core 1 Clock (perf #2)", "Core 2 Clock (perf #3)", "Core 3 Clock (perf #4)", "Core 4 Clock (perf #5)", "Core 5 Clock (perf #6)", "Core 6 Clock (perf #7)", "Core 7 Clock (perf #8)", "Core 8 Clock (perf #9)", "Core 9 Clock (perf #10)")

And these are the names of Cores [please see file attached].

Is there something wrong with my syntax please?

Thank You!

With kind regards

Bryan
 

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Martin

HWiNFO Author
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The names you use need to match the names shown in HWiNFO.
They were previously called "Core 0 Clock (perf #1)", etc.. but now the "perf #" is no longer displayed. So you need to modify it to "Core 0 Clock", etc..
 

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The names you use need to match the names shown in HWiNFO.
They were previously called "Core 0 Clock (perf #1)", etc.. but now the "perf #" is no longer displayed. So you need to modify it to "Core 0 Clock", etc..
I'm just being slow and dumb again, my bad and my apologies. All works like a charm, You wrote it first time, but I just didn't see it. Thank You! :)
 
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