ReDo initial search for temperature sensors

Started by archae86, November 23, 2019, 09:51:26 PM

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I run TThrottle on three systems, monitoring and sometimes controlling a fleet of graphics cards which has varied over the years, such as GTX 1070 and AMD Radeon Radeon RX 570 and Radeon VII.

So far as I can recall, on initial install on new systems, TThrottle has always found a suitable temperature sensor reporting from the GPU, and been able to use it for a while.  But after a time (and presumably after various Windows software updates and Nvidia or AMD drivers updates) a given Tthrottle installation seems to forget how to see temperature on all of my GPUs.

I've used the workaround of starting and referring to a copy of GPU-Z, but I'd be happy if there were a way to get TThrottle to re-do the search for suitable sensors it does at the first startup, as I suspect it would succeed.

Is there a way?  would I need to uninstall TThrottle and delete some registry entries, then reboot and do a new installation?


The initial setup is for the CPU only.
It can be reset by closing TThrottle.
Next use regedit and go to Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\eFMer\TThrottle64
or remove the 64 if you use the 32 bit version.
Now simply remove the calibration folder and restart TThrottle