Wow, something is really messed up with your configuration. You mentioned you are using HWiNFO, but did you configure the CPU sensor indexes? The clock speed is showing 0 Mhz, so I'm guessing no core clocks were configured. You need to configure the core temps as well, otherwise the fan will not show even if the fan sensors are available. (Note: when you select additional sensors in HWiNFO, the app will renumber/reassign all the indexes, so you will need to update your GPU Meter settings as well.)DavideAurum wrote: ↑November 17th, 2022, 10:42 pm Anyone have any idea why my All CPU Meter is going haywire? I'm fairly certain I don't have a problem correctly assigning indexes for the CPUs from HWinfo, and the All GPU meter appears to be working properly.
I have a Surface Laptop Studio, and there was no sensor for a fan available even though I know one is there, so its possible my system is a little wonky?
Your RAM values are zero'ed too, which is very odd. Can you try running the following commands in PowerShell?
You should get something that looks like this:
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Get-ComputerInfo | Select OSName, CsNumberOfLogicalProcessors, CsTotalPhysicalMemory (Get-Counter "\NUMA Node Memory(0)\Total MBytes").CounterSamples.CookedValue
Regarding the fan, that is a whole different problem. Some vendors (like Dell especially) have undocumented fan controllers that HWiNFO cannot see. If you don't see your fans in HWiNFO, then this is beyond your or my ability to do anything about. Either the HWiNFO author has to find a way to hack the controller (like he did for previous gen Dell machines), or the vendor has to document their system so he can get HWiNFO to properly read the sensors.
Please let me know how it goes. Thanks!
Looking at your screenshot again, now I see it is not showing your CPU cores, even tho you have them set to show. This leads me to think that the Lua script that runs to configure the skin did not run or is failing. Please check the Rainmeter log (Rainmeter > About > Log tab) for any errors. The full file can be seen using Rainmeter > Manage > Settings tab > "Show log file" button.