Hi Is there a way to start two instance of GPUZ and have one displaying core1 and another displaying core2 automatically. For my 4870x2, to get LCDSirReal (Logitech G-Series LCD Plugin) to show BOTH core temps and Clocks, I need two instances running. Easy enough to start two GPU-Z, but I have to select the second core manually from the drop down box. Any way to get this to read core1 and core2 via two independent short-cuts,. I can them put these into the startup folder and have them running automatically at windows startup. Thanks..