MREBoy wrote: ↑May 4th, 2021, 4:30 am
Minor issue in that I can't get Fan Speed to display at all in the CPU Meter -
Rainmeter 22.214.171.12447, HWiNfo 7.02-4430, Plugins 6.0.2 - check
I am running CoreTemp & HWiNFO at the same time
Fan Speed detected by HWiNFO, Report Value checked, it was assigned index #2,
HWiNFOIndexList.txt has index 2 listed as "2 ASUS ROG STRIX Z370-E GAMING (Nuvoton NCT6793D) CPU 549 RPM
HWiNFO.inc has "HWiNFO_MOBO_CPUFanSpeed=2" check
No fan speed displayed in gadget, just using Firefox the fan speed is ~550ish
Everything else I have configured is displaying correctly
Only odd thing I can find is that in the Rainmeter log file the following line is repeated 5 times in 5 seconds, timestamped about when Rainmeter auto-starts with my computer:
"ImageName: Unable to open: C:\Users\redacted\Documents\Rainmeter\Skins\Gadgets\GPU Meter\GPU #0\ASUS ROG STRIX Z370-E GAMING (Nuvoton NCT6793D).png (Gadgets\GPU Meter\GPU #0\GPU Meter.ini)
That msg has the make/model of my motherboard and that whole ASUS ROG STRIX bit is the header for a section in the HWiNFO sensors window where the CPU Fan Speed is showing (listed as just "CPU"). Kind of weird it thinks its something in GPU Meter ?
Wow, this is weird. There seem to be two different unrelated problems here, but they are both probably your HWiNFO configuration.
For the CPU Meter fan speed issue, make sure you have the "Show Fan Usage" option checked in the Settings (sorry, I gotta mention the obvious stuff first). If that's OK, the next thing to check is the About screen, Skins tab. Select the All CPU Meter skin. Locate the measure named CalcIsHWiNFOInUse
and make sure that the string value is "Yes" (the number value should be a non-zero value). It should look like this (showing both HWiNFO and CoreTemp active):
If HWiNFO is not detected, then this might be why your CPU Meter is not showing any fan: because it is actually using CoreTemp instead, and CoreTemp doesn't report fan speeds. Make sure your HWiNFO sensor configuration includes the CPU core temperature sensors, and the your HWiNFO settings are mapped to it. Let me know if this part is OK, and if it is, we can dig into this a little further.
The second item you mentioned (about the log errors), is actually your GPU Meter being misconfigured. It appears that you have mapped a motherboard sensor of some type to your GPU temperature configuration. Make sure your HWiNFO GPU temperature sensor index is mapped to the HWiNFO_GPU0_Temp
variable. If it helps, you can zip up your HWiNFOIndexList.txt file and your HWiNFO.inc file and attach them here.
One final note, is that while you can
run both HWiNFO and CoreTemp, the CPU Meter will only use one or the other, depending on your configuration. The CPU Meter will not use both at the same time, it will only use whichever one is configured, with HWiNFO being preferred if both are configured.
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