Martin said:Thanks for your feedback. Those items are marked with a red "x" because you have disabled their monitoring. Can you please try to enable them back and check if that still works as it should ? There might still be some glitch that would need to be fixed...
Thank you for running the test and confirming my changes worked as I hoped.
I am happy to hear you are impressed with SIV and suspect with the SIV save files from your system I could make it do even better. To generate these do Menu->File->Save Public (Minimul Information) or Menu->File->Save Local (All Information) then either e-mail them to me or post them here. I have recentry been adding code to report laptop fan speeds and am wondering if SIV does/could report these on your system.
Does HWiNFO report any sensors that are missing from the SIV [Status] page?
gadgetrants said:Ah thanks for clarifying. When I re-enable monitoring on the GPU in the sensor window I see the "old" behavior: polling + temperature increase. So I'd say using sensor-only mode (while, remember, the "Wake GPUs..." option is enabled) replicates the original issue.
Ray, sorry for putting you off for a bit but my workday began 2 hours ago and I shouldn't procrastinate much longer! I'll try to get you a save file later today. In the meantime, I haven't done an itemwise comparison of the two utilities, but at first glance they look very comparable. If I had a very minor note to offer, it's that when I ran SIV I didn't find the "Menu" option/command -- it seemed intuitive that it might require a right-click, but then I noticed that different areas of the main window have different contexts...in short it took a few tries to find!
Excellent -- works as intended. The GPU was accessed once on start-up, but otherwise that's it. When I checked the entry for the GPU in the sensor window, there was only one line listing the card, but with no values. When I right-clicked the card, it showed as enabled, with the option to disable/hide.Martin said:Here's a new build with more updates to handling of Optimus:
Please let me know how it works...
@captain.abstract, thanks for doing more than the superficial testing that I did! I'm glad you followed through.captain.abstract said:Thanks again for your continuous effort of polishing the program!
(I've noticed you also added an 'average' column, which is very handy)
Martin said:I think I found the bug.