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Help! Hwinfo used to show 3 sections for each gpu, the first showing main info like thermal diode, clocks, fan, etc, and the other two showing temps and voltage/current/power for each vrm.

Now it's only showing one section for gpu #2, the main one with thermal diode etc. The vrm sections are missing for gpu #2. They are present for gpu #1.

This is the same crossfire setup I had previously when I did get all three sections for both gpus. I temporarily removed gpu #2 and put it back in, now info missing.

I'm using 4.35-2140. I have Wake Disabled GPUs enabled.
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post #222 of 1655
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Originally Posted by taem View Post

Help! Hwinfo used to show 3 sections for each gpu, the first showing main info like thermal diode, clocks, fan, etc, and the other two showing temps and voltage/current/power for each vrm.

Now it's only showing one section for gpu #2, the main one with thermal diode etc. The vrm sections are missing for gpu #2. They are present for gpu #1.

This is the same crossfire setup I had previously when I did get all three sections for both gpus. I temporarily removed gpu #2 and put it back in, now info missing.

I'm using 4.35-2140. I have Wake Disabled GPUs enabled.

There can be more reasons why that happened:
- ULPS might be disabling your 2nd GPU when idle. Try to put some load on GPU, or disable ULPS.
- When using the last HWiNFO build, try to disable the "GPU I2C Caching" option. Then run HWiNFO with sensors and check if it's visible. If yes, you can enable that option back.

If nothing helps, please post the HWiNFO Debug File.
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Originally Posted by Mumak View Post

There can be more reasons why that happened:
- ULPS might be disabling your 2nd GPU when idle. Try to put some load on GPU, or disable ULPS.
- When using the last HWiNFO build, try to disable the "GPU I2C Caching" option. Then run HWiNFO with sensors and check if it's visible. If yes, you can enable that option back.

If nothing helps, please post the HWiNFO Debug File.

ULPS was already disabled but unchecking GPU I2C Caching fixed it. Thanks you're awesome. Is GPU I2C Caching something I need/want btw or can I just leave it off?

Oh and one suggestion if I can be so cheeky and ungrateful, I like to move the info I look at the most to the top but right now it's a real pain changing the layout, because unless I'm missing something you have to select whatever you want to move and then click a billion times on the up arrow. And you have to do this for all the entries you want to move. Am I doing it wrong? If not, dude, making layout arrangement easier would be so awesome.
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post #224 of 1655
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GPU I2C Caching can be a useful option for considerably speeding-up start on some systems with AMD GPUs (maybe some NVIDIA too). It should eliminate certain scans which might take quite long time. In your case, when you took a GPU out and then placed it back it seems it didn't work properly. I'll have a look at that... I think you might enable it back to speed-up the start.

I know that changing the order of sensor items can be painful in some cases. I'm thinking about how to improve this, maybe adding the ability to select multiple items might help...
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I know that changing the order of sensor items can be painful in some cases. I'm thinking about how to improve this, maybe adding the ability to select multiple items might help...

That would be great! That's one reason why I don't upgrade to the newer versions as often as they come out because it does take awhile to get everything I want up top where I like it.
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That would be great! That's one reason why I don't upgrade to the newer versions as often as they come out because it does take awhile to get everything I want up top where I like it.

Upgrading to a new version doesn't reset the order of sensor items. These settings are kept.
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I will try again. Every time I've upgraded I had to redo the order. I will report back.
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Sorry if this has been answered already but I have no time to read back. I wanted to stress test my CPU OC and as always, use HWiNFO64 for monitoring. However, when I ran it, I couldn't see the sensors window. It was open on taskbar, but on my 2 monitors there was nothing. The summary window opens alright.
I already reinstalled HWiNFO but that changed nothing. Is there a fix to this?
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Sorry if this has been answered already but I have no time to read back. I wanted to stress test my CPU OC and as always, use HWiNFO64 for monitoring. However, when I ran it, I couldn't see the sensors window. It was open on taskbar, but on my 2 monitors there was nothing. The summary window opens alright.
I already reinstalled HWiNFO but that changed nothing. Is there a fix to this?

I'm not sure what exactly happened, I'd need more details to check that.
Before launching the scan click Settings and then "Reset Preferences". That should fix it.
post #230 of 1655
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As a small (and quick) improvement to sensor reordering, in the next build I'll add buttons for moving items straight to the top or bottom of the list.
Multi-row selection will require more effort, but I'm currently busy with adding new features (e.g. AMD Carrizo support wink.gif), so this will come later...
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