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Disappearing temp sensor

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I was on my machine a couple of wks ago and happened to look at my NVMonitor screen at my case temps and noticed my gpu temp had dropped off. It had just happened w/in the past 30 minutes or so because I saw the line that was graphed before it cutoff. When I went into settings, the gpu sensor option was greyed out. I restarted my pc a couple of times, but no go. Is it common for a sensor to go bad or did something come loose? I built the system about 3 months ago--the card is working fine and the case temps are still good--just missing the gpu one. I also installed MBM5 and it's showing no gpu temp.

 

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I've had this happen as well. Have yet to find a resolution.

 

 

It seemed to start after I connected to this box using RDP. I wonder if that has anything to do with it. I really haven't looked into it much yet.

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yep, same thing happened to me, only solution i have found was a reinstall. I had to do a reinstall of windows anyway so i didn't try too hard to figure it out though. My final solution was to setup mbm5 to monitor the gpu temps so if it happens with nvidia monitor again i still have an easy way to monitor my temps...

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Just wanted to give an update in case anyone else runs into this (I've been studying for a certification exam so I haven't had time to troubleshoot more until this wkend). Uninstalling and reinstalling nTune did the trick--thanks a bunch!

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I have found that this might have something to do with Remote Desktop. When I logged in to my machine remotely, the GPU temp was gone. After that, if I log in to the console it is gone as well. Interesting..

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