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Old 10-22-2018, 12:34 AM
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Question iCue 3.8.91 Does Not Recognize 1080ti

Anyone else have this problem? since 3.7 I cannot select my 1080ti as a sensor. I use my Commander Pro to control the fan to my EVGA SC2 Hybrid based on GPU temp and it doesn't see it no matter what.

It does see my integrated Intel though, which I use for my 60hz monitor (other 2 are 144hz and nvidia has issues with that)

Is there any way to get my card to show up as a sensor?
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I have an EVGA 1080Ti SC and it sees it just fine. Odd ...
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@DevBiker, any idea what it could be? Are you only using the 1080ti or integrated too?

I'm on an Asus Maximus IX Code as well
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