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Knowledge that, you can't run it at that speed. tongue.gif
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Knowledge that, you can't run it at that speed. tongue.gif

ive done it!!!

biggrin.gif now to see if i can adjust the timings biggrin.gif

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I'm jelous.
My 8350 does 2100mhz ram with a single stick, but with 2 or more 1600mhz is the limit for me. At least the timings are low to compensate.
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@hurricane28

Although theres an increase with sensors turned off, i dont think its a massive difference to dismiss it as a performance gain against Hwinfo64 ec sensors lagging a system

I did 2 runs on and off

realbench ec sensors on Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


realbench ecsensors off Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


overdrive ec sensors on Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


overdrive ec sensors off Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


winrar ecsensors on Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


winrar ec sensors off Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


game benchmarks

tombraider ultimate settings

ecsensors on Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


ec sensors off Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Batman arkham knight highest settings

ec sensors on Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


ec sensors off Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Company of heroes 2

ec sensors on Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


ec sensors off Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Although there are some instances of a few more fps, i dont think that warrants that having ec sensors on makes a performance/laggy experience within a system

hope its enough for you tongue.gif
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@hurricane28

Although theres an increase with sensors turned off, i dont think its a massive difference to dismiss it as a performance gain against Hwinfo64 ec sensors lagging a system

I did 2 runs on and off

realbench ec sensors on Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


realbench ecsensors off Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


overdrive ec sensors on Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


overdrive ec sensors off Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


winrar ecsensors on Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


winrar ec sensors off Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


game benchmarks

tombraider ultimate settings

ecsensors on Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


ec sensors off Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Batman arkham knight highest settings

ec sensors on Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


ec sensors off Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Company of heroes 2

ec sensors on Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


ec sensors off Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Although there are some instances of a few more fps, i dont think that warrants that having ec sensors on makes a performance/laggy experience within a system

hope its enough for you tongue.gif
its not every board that experiences this issue...there seems to be no common link between the rigs that are affected other than the mobos themselves....most of us with the issue have different everything else from wode range of graphics cards to even different revisions of the board...as far as i can tell no ones figured out exactly why only some were affected
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post #62346 of 67694
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Originally Posted by gertruude View Post

@hurricane28

Although theres an increase with sensors turned off, i dont think its a massive difference to dismiss it as a performance gain against Hwinfo64 ec sensors lagging a system

I did 2 runs on and off

realbench ec sensors on Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


realbench ecsensors off Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


overdrive ec sensors on Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


overdrive ec sensors off Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


winrar ecsensors on Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


winrar ec sensors off Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


game benchmarks

tombraider ultimate settings

ecsensors on Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


ec sensors off Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Batman arkham knight highest settings

ec sensors on Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


ec sensors off Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Company of heroes 2

ec sensors on Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


ec sensors off Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


Although there are some instances of a few more fps, i dont think that warrants that having ec sensors on makes a performance/laggy experience within a system

hope its enough for you tongue.gif

Thank you for the effort, much obliged.

Looks like your system isn't experiencing any lag from this EC sensor like mine does.

Here are my screenshots with EC sensor on:



and this one is without EC:


As you can see my physics score went down significantly when i enabled this sensor. I know its from 2014 but i know its the same when i do a benchmark now.
I disabled this sensor in HWINFO64 but i monitor it in AL suite3 and i have no problem so i guess its related to HWINFO64 not being able to work properly with this particular sensor.
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Originally Posted by mfknjadagr8 View Post

its not every board that experiences this issue...there seems to be no common link between the rigs that are affected other than the mobos themselves....most of us with the issue have different everything else from wode range of graphics cards to even different revisions of the board...as far as i can tell no ones figured out exactly why only some were affected

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Thank you for the effort, much obliged.

Looks like your system isn't experiencing any lag from this EC sensor like mine does.
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Here are my screenshots with EC sensor on:



and this one is without EC:

As you can see my physics score went down significantly when i enabled this sensor. I know its from 2014 but i know its the same when i do a benchmark now.
I disabled this sensor in HWINFO64 but i monitor it in AL suite3 and i have no problem so i guess its related to HWINFO64 not being able to work properly with this particular sensor.

are you sure its happening with your new shiny board?

i know if you have both ai suite and hwinfo installed at same time it conflicts with each other as they are both trying to read the sensors at the same time

there must be a reason why it doesnt work for some but for others it does.....possibly a driver issue or something
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When I tried running AI Suite and HWINFO64 at the same time it was horrible, so I do not even install AI suite anymore and it works fine.

BTW I found a workaround. When a game starts and the first screen pops up with HWINFO64 in front an icon appears in the task bar. If I click on that the game starts normally and HWINFO64 works too.
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are you sure its happening with your new shiny board?

i know if you have both ai suite and hwinfo installed at same time it conflicts with each other as they are both trying to read the sensors at the same time

there must be a reason why it doesnt work for some but for others it does.....possibly a driver issue or something


Yes i am sure. Its basically the same board as the R2.0 it only has more options.

Yes maybe, i think i am going to uninstall the program that monitors vrm sensors and enable them in HWINFO64. Can it also be caused that i have HPET disabled in BIOS so that the polling is not working correctly?

I just like AL suite3 because i can adjust my fans and it works great, unlike on the Gigabyte board... fan speeds were all over the place on that...
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are you sure its happening with your new shiny board?

i know if you have both ai suite and hwinfo installed at same time it conflicts with each other as they are both trying to read the sensors at the same time

there must be a reason why it doesnt work for some but for others it does.....possibly a driver issue or something

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Originally Posted by miklkit View Post

When I tried running AI Suite and HWINFO64 at the same time it was horrible, so I do not even install AI suite anymore and it works fine.

BTW I found a workaround. When a game starts and the first screen pops up with HWINFO64 in front an icon appears in the task bar. If I click on that the game starts normally and HWINFO64 works too.

aha, so it was the EC sensor after all. This sensor is very sensitive and if not monitored correctly you are in a world of trouble lol. Glad you found the problem.

I did remember i sens Asus an email about this but i never got an strait answer from them, all they said was that i could RMA by Sabertooth to which i replied that there was nothing wrong with it.. after that no response from them again. I might contact them again to see if they respond this time and give an explanation as to why this sensor is behaving like this. Maybe BIOS setting or something?
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Yes i am sure. Its basically the same board as the R2.0 it only has more options.

Yes maybe, i think i am going to uninstall the program that monitors vrm sensors and enable them in HWINFO64. Can it also be caused that i have HPET disabled in BIOS so that the polling is not working correctly?

I just like AL suite3 because i can adjust my fans and it works great, unlike on the Gigabyte board... fan speeds were all over the place on that...

aha, so it was the EC sensor after all. This sensor is very sensitive and if not monitored correctly you are in a world of trouble lol. Glad you found the problem.

I did remember i sens Asus an email about this but i never got an strait answer from them, all they said was that i could RMA by Sabertooth to which i replied that there was nothing wrong with it.. after that no response from them again. I might contact them again to see if they respond this time and give an explanation as to why this sensor is behaving like this. Maybe BIOS setting or something?
ive tried everthing ive ever seen suggested...polling the ec sensor on my board gives those same spikes....its detrimental in a game..it goes from well over 150 fps to the teens sometimes when it polls the sensors...i havent used ai suite since the second day i had the board and have formatted and reinstalled 4 times since then....ive used every driver combination i could find...there seems to be no way to get hwinfo64 to report the sensors and not kill performance....but good news is i can still run ibt and even though it fails it still gives me an idea on what the temps will be for the vrms and such
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