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post #2031 of 2094 (permalink) Old 04-06-2019, 04:08 AM - Thread Starter
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Do you need any data from ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XI APEX Z390 motherboard?
Thanks for the offer, sure it might be useful.

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Hi,
I run sensors only so the tabs are much different also use stand alone not installer version.

Okay got it popped setting on the sensors only page and boom
The Periodic Polling option is in the main settings of HWiNFO, which can be accessed right after start by pressing the Settings button. In case you're running in Sensors-only mode without showing the initial dialog, you can get there by right-clicking the HWiNFO icon in tray (notification area).

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Here's a copy of system report and debug file. I don't see anything sticking out like a sore thumb, though I already did hide a lot of sensors that were not of interest (smart, c states, network traffic, perf limit reasons, etc)

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That's a completely invalid value, will be removed in the next build.

So does anyone know if monitoring HDD temps and other smart data in taskbar prevents drives from spinning down and sleeping properly?

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So does anyone know if monitoring HDD temps and other smart data in taskbar prevents drives from spinning down and sleeping properly?
I'm booted into Linux right now, and I just tried putting the drive into standby manually through the command line and then checking Smart data. The drive does not spin up again when I do that. It only started up again when I accessed some folder that's on that drive.

So I guess this means that what you want should work in theory. The question would just be what Windows decides to do about putting the drive into standby.
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Thanks much for investigating that.

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So does anyone know if monitoring HDD temps and other smart data in taskbar prevents drives from spinning down and sleeping properly?
I'm booted into Linux right now, and I just tried putting the drive into standby manually through the command line and then checking Smart data. The drive does not spin up again when I do that. It only started up again when I accessed some folder that's on that drive.

So I guess this means that what you want should work in theory. The question would just be what Windows decides to do about putting the drive into standby.

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So does anyone know if monitoring HDD temps and other smart data in taskbar prevents drives from spinning down and sleeping properly?
This depends on the drive, its firmware and probably also on driver.
Normally polling SMART/stats data should not wake the drive up, but I've seen some cases where this happened (might be due to a bug in firmware).

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Anyone having issues with HWiNFO not detecting Nvidia GPU sensors? Running latest HWiNFO x64 6.06 and GTX 1070 with 430.64 drivers.



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Anyone having issues with HWiNFO not detecting Nvidia GPU sensors? Running latest HWiNFO x64 6.06 and GTX 1070 with 430.64 drivers.
Which exact sensors are not detected? Can you post a screenshot, HWiNFO Debug File ?

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I don't see CPU fan in HWinfo. Aida64 shows it normally. I don't know why. Any info/help?

BTW is it possible to use HWinfo or some special plugin for it, to be able to create screenshots in games cos this is the one option I miss after abandoning afterburner and Aida64 and using HWinfo+RTSS for overlay after I upgraded to vega 56. I also don't like the overlay from radeon drivers. It's bad, as is that ReLive IMO.

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