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Refresh sensors for all cards

W1zzard

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As discussed with CP on email, sensors are polled only for currently selected card in GPU-Z.

Add a checkbox in settings (default off) to enable all sensors all the time, so no data is lost when switching between cards
 

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Was this supposed to be a reply for a thread or such?

Also related, does GPU-Z support reading the extra sensors (there are 9, if I’m not mistaken) on EVGA FTW3 cards?
 

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Was this supposed to be a reply for a thread or such?
it's a note to self, i use this forum to keep track of feature requests, that one came in through email

Also related, does GPU-Z support reading the extra sensors (there are 9, if I’m not mistaken) on EVGA FTW3 cards?
yes, it's supported, or at least it should be ;)
 
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