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DeltaAgent26

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  1. Generally RAM will not have a temp listed. The only way that I know of getting ram temps is by physically installing a sensor onto the ram PCBs, or chips on the PCBs. and connecting them to the motherboard. How I do not know, but I am sure there are tutorial videos on youtube or similar video streaming site. One way around that is to find ram that has a water cooling option. and put it on a separate loop from gfx and or cpu. as the tubing is (usually) much smaller. if I remember correctly, there are some ram modules out there that have built in sensors. However, they are few and far between, and difficult to find. And much more difficult to find ones that are compatible with both your motherboard AND cpu. As far as your Ryzen 5 cpu... I can't answer that. I have a Ryzen 9, and it took nearly a year for the temp on mine to show, in the app. after several updates.
  2. Although I am savvy (enough) to understand that the speed is halved, due to number of channels, and don't get confused. I would still like to see the actual speed the ram is running at across all channels. If my ram is rated for/set to run at XXXXMhz... that is the number I want to see. Not some fraction of that speed depending on how many channels my motherboard supports, or sticks of ram I have installed... Then I can see immediately... without having to math... if whether or not the ram is running how i want it too. Or if I need to make changes.
  3. Thank you for the reply. I realize that I need to multiply by 2, to get the actual speed of my dual-channel ram. But it could be confusing for those that are not tech savvy. Would it not be better if speccy listed each channel and it's speed, then the total sum of all channels? What about people who have 4 (quad) or 8 (oct) channel ram?
  4. It has been over a year since I sent in a bug report, regarding this issue.... 1.) Ryzen 9 3900x - listed, but not showing #of cores, threads, or speed. 2.) RAM only shows single channel speeds, I have dual channel 3200MHz sticks, and it shows only 1599MHZ 3.) GPU only shows 3 of the 12 GB VRAM I have on my RTX 2080 Ti GPU. 4. No Temps shown on either of my NVME drives.
  5. CPU Issue #1) Not showing full name of CPU. I have a Ryzen 9 - 3900X - 12 core CPU issue #2) Not showing speed of (above) CPU (default is 3.8 GHz - Mine is OC'd to 4.0 GHZ) Issue #3) Not showing Temp of (above) CPU RAM Issue #4) Only shows amount of Ram. No ram type, speed or temp shown. Graphics Issue #5) I have an RTX 2080Ti with 11GB of vram Speccy only shows 3GB Storage Issue #6) I have 2 NVME drives in my system. Speccy shows them as unknown SSD, and does not show temps of either.
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