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well that version of HWinfo just makes my computer "black-screen" (3 times). had to reboot.

not sure if this Debug file is complete...

HWiNFO64.TR.debug3.zip 44k .zip file
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post #592 of 1629
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Originally Posted by TRusselo View Post

well that version of HWinfo just makes my computer "black-screen" (3 times). had to reboot.

not sure if this Debug file is complete...

HWiNFO64.TR.debug3.zip 44k .zip file

Thanks. That BSOD should be avoided by disabling the GPU I2C Support option.
But this file tells me that the 2nd idea didn't work either. It seems this device is using a different protocol frown.gif
post #593 of 1629
wasnt a BSOD (blue screen) exactly
was a BLACK screen.. happened 3 times each after rebooting and starting program.
even the power and reboot hardware buttons didnt work anymore. had to hit the PSU switch.
computer fully un-responsive. even took an extra 5-10 seconds just to turn on after flipping the PSU switch back on.

HWinfo was also taking a LONG time to load with the past 2 test builds..
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Originally Posted by error-id10t View Post

Bare in mind that AI SUITE that you're using to match the CPU temperature on HWInfo is wrong by ~10 degrees. A generation or two back now they changed that value in AI SUITE to reflect this, they gave a reason but bugger it if I can remember it.

Just look at your core temps, they're ~10 warmer compared to the CPU measurement. Me personally, I just look at CPU (PECI) and/or the actual cores.

add: also, though we have different boards the sensor is the same on our boards (Nuvoton NCT6791D). I see what you see, I ignore them personally as they make no sense.

add2: If you want to see power-use on HWinfo and see if it reflects AI SUITE then you need to enable SVID in BIOS, otherwise it won't reflect in HWInfo.

Thanks

I always use Core Max as an indication of the cpu temperature. On the SOC Force happens the same (as you describe). I will give SVID enabling a try but if it will destabilize my current (and modest) 4.6 o/c it will go. I also use a kill-o-watt to watch power consumption but I do not really care about this. What interests me is for HWiNFO64 to function properly in my system and if it does not, how can I make it work in the best possible way, cooperating with its developer.
    
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I'm sure this question has been asked before, but for whatever reason, HWiNFO had been causing stuttering in my games after opening GPU Tweak. I've found just closing completely out solves the stuttering.

After reading some of the thread, I found that disabling sensors could solve the problem. I found that the VRM sensors on my GPUs are what causes stuttering. Is there any fix to this other than disabling the VRM sensor? Not using GPU Tweak isn't really an option since I need it to modifying my 2 Strix's voltages without a hard mod. So any help would be appreciated.

Currently on v4.48.
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I'm sure this question has been asked before, but for whatever reason, HWiNFO had been causing stuttering in my games after opening GPU Tweak. I've found just closing completely out solves the stuttering.

After reading some of the thread, I found that disabling sensors could solve the problem. I found that the VRM sensors on my GPUs are what causes stuttering. Is there any fix to this other than disabling the VRM sensor? Not using GPU Tweak isn't really an option since I need it to modifying my 2 Strix's voltages without a hard mod. So any help would be appreciated.

Currently on v4.48.

This stuttering might be indeed caused by the GPU VRM sensors, though it's a bit strange that it happens only if both HWiNFO and GPU Tweak are active. Maybe you could solve this by setting the desired voltage and then close GPU Tweak. I'm not aware of another solution, though it's possible that some NVIDIA driver update might fix this (because accessing those sensors is entirely in the hands of NVIDIA drivers).
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This stuttering might be indeed caused by the GPU VRM sensors, though it's a bit strange that it happens only if both HWiNFO and GPU Tweak are active. Maybe you could solve this by setting the desired voltage and then close GPU Tweak. I'm not aware of another solution, though it's possible that some NVIDIA driver update might fix this (because accessing those sensors is entirely in the hands of NVIDIA drivers).

Thanks. I'll just keep testing with the new driver releases. Closing GPU Tweak doesn't work for whatever reason. It's like there's some background app running that I can't find. Closing HWiNFO works instantly.

If I just run HWiNFO, everything works fine. Opening GPU Tweak is what messes everything up. In order to run HWiNFO again without stuttering in games, I'd have to restart and not open GPU Tweak.

I'll just monitor GPU VRM temps through MSI AB. Not completely the end of the world. Would've liked everything to just be all in one.
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With the latest BETA what are these values shown for GPU Video Clock? Different values I see:

1350 MHz
1084.4 MHz
875.3 MHz
405.0 MHz

Also what is the "normalised" TDP difference from standard TDP? Under idle "normalised" is always higher as per below but when push comes to shove, it's the other way around even though it's close (this is FS Extreme example).


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The former is probably some Video Engine Clock. Unfortunately that's all information NVIDIA provides about those values frown.gif
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