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05-28-2020 11:04 AM
oreonutz
Quote: Originally Posted by ManniX-ITA View Post
Just installed the X.20 and again no CPU hogging issues at update check.
Quote: Originally Posted by skupples View Post
maybe its a secret incentive to update
Good To Know, guess I will update.
05-28-2020 09:08 AM
skupples maybe its a secret incentive to update
05-28-2020 08:54 AM
ManniX-ITA Just installed the X.20 and again no CPU hogging issues at update check.
05-27-2020 09:45 PM
ManniX-ITA
Quote: Originally Posted by oreonutz View Post
Looks like you have noticed this being tied to the update check as well. How often have you noticed this happen in your system?



NP Glad to help!
I had the issue with version X.14.
Since the upgrade to X.15 and the subsequent releases all the upgrades went smooth, no CPU hogging.
05-27-2020 05:52 PM
RoivonPC Yup! I edited the post, I found that.





Quote: Originally Posted by InfoSeeker View Post
You can also use a preset controller with the pump(s) port(s) assigned to the controller.
05-27-2020 04:50 PM
InfoSeeker
Quote: Originally Posted by RoivonPC View Post
So I have a fan curve setup for all my fans and I'm happy with it. My pump is on fan connection one on my 6LT. Now I'm understanding that I shouldn't have the pump on a curve, it should just have a set speed. Yet when I don't have a curve setup it's required to run at 100% per the screenshot. So what am I missing here?


I think I figured it out by using a preset value option in the output.

You can also use a preset controller with the pump(s) port(s) assigned to the controller.
05-27-2020 01:47 PM
RoivonPC So I have a fan curve setup for all my fans and I'm happy with it. My pump is on fan connection one on my 6LT. Now I'm understanding that I shouldn't have the pump on a curve, it should just have a set speed. Yet when I don't have a curve setup it's required to run at 100% per the screenshot. So what am I missing here?


I think I figured it out by using a preset value option in the output.
05-25-2020 06:38 PM
oreonutz
Quote: Originally Posted by ManniX-ITA View Post
I had a similar issue; hogging down a single core 100%.
It was the version update check.
But I reported it and the latest few versions it didn't show up again.
Are you running the latest?
Looks like you have noticed this being tied to the update check as well. How often have you noticed this happen in your system?

Quote: Originally Posted by WiLd FyeR View Post
Thank you experience REP+. This was my first time noticing this issue since I've had it for 5 years now.
NP Glad to help!
05-25-2020 06:30 PM
WiLd FyeR
Quote: Originally Posted by oreonutz View Post
This seems to happen every now and again. It will pin a single core to 100 Percent Usage, seemingly randomly. I believe it may have something to do with the update checks. But all you have to do is go into Task Manager (Ctrl+Shift+Escape), go to details, locate "AquaComputerService.exe", and force close it. It usually automatically reopens on its own and is then back to normal, but in 1 Case I had to actually go into Services and start AquaComputer Service myself. This way you don't have to restart, this is much quicker and easier. Hopefully they deal with this bug in an update soon. (I have not upgraded to see if its fixed, but I also have not seen it on the change log.)

If you are not on the newest Version, I have noticed that this seems to happen about once every other week. I have since completely blocked its ability to update in the firewall, but not sure if that has helped with this problem or not yet, as it hasn't been 2 weeks since I made that change. It's only been a little over a week, but so far so good. If I get through a month, and the problem hasn't returned, then I would be willing to say this could be a fix.

Also just to note, this has happened to me in x4, x11, x12, and x14 (Which is the last Update I have installed).
Thank you experience REP+. This was my first time noticing this issue since I've had it for 5 years now.
05-25-2020 04:17 PM
oreonutz
Quote: Originally Posted by WiLd FyeR View Post
I usually have my MSI afterburner up to monitor things and noticed that Aquasuite is using about 25-30% of CPU. What could be causing this issue?
This seems to happen every now and again. It will pin a single core to 100 Percent Usage, seemingly randomly. I believe it may have something to do with the update checks. But all you have to do is go into Task Manager (Ctrl+Shift+Escape), go to details, locate "AquaComputerService.exe", and force close it. It usually automatically reopens on its own and is then back to normal, but in 1 Case I had to actually go into Services and start AquaComputer Service myself. This way you don't have to restart, this is much quicker and easier. Hopefully they deal with this bug in an update soon. (I have not upgraded to see if its fixed, but I also have not seen it on the change log.)

If you are not on the newest Version, I have noticed that this seems to happen about once every other week. I have since completely blocked its ability to update in the firewall, but not sure if that has helped with this problem or not yet, as it hasn't been 2 weeks since I made that change. It's only been a little over a week, but so far so good. If I get through a month, and the problem hasn't returned, then I would be willing to say this could be a fix.

Also just to note, this has happened to me in x4, x11, x12, and x14 (Which is the last Update I have installed).
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