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BUG: Tacho not displaying correctly in Tray PX1 (V0.4.9.0)

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2019/09/07 20:28:22 (permalink)
When 'trying' to use the tray display for the fan Tacho of Precision X1 (V0.4.9.0), I'm only getting the first 2 digits of the tacho causing it to constantly 'bounce' / 'skip' on the screen as it redraws every quarter to half second. The Percentage ones seem to display correctly (though I haven't observed them hitting 100 yet...).  

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The '12' with the partial number drawn after is actually 1247 on the tacho. The two 43's were the two fans at 43 percent spin up and showing correctly. It was doing this in the previous version as well, so I hoped the updated version would have fixed it.... sadly nope so reporting the bug.
 
Anyone else having this issue? 
 
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    Re: BUG: Tacho not displaying correctly in Tray PX1 (V0.4.9.0) 2019/09/10 17:46:37 (permalink)
    Do you have windows scaling set to anything higher than 100%?

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    Re: BUG: Tacho not displaying correctly in Tray PX1 (V0.4.9.0) 2019/09/10 18:48:23 (permalink)
    Nope, scaling is sat to 100%
     

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    Re: BUG: Tacho not displaying correctly in Tray PX1 (V0.4.9.0) 2019/09/10 21:00:12 (permalink)
    Looks like EVGA's software developers designed it to only display 2 digits. Makes some sense. Saves tray space. 12 is "twelve hundred". 32 is "thirty-two hundred". The last two digits are pretty insignificant anyway.

    If I used it, I could get used to it.

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    Re: BUG: Tacho not displaying correctly in Tray PX1 (V0.4.9.0) 2019/09/11 10:20:52 (permalink)
    Hello falcongrey! I responded to your e-mail yesterday and I made our product management team aware of the issue. It's not really a bug but as ty_ger07 said, the software was coded to only show 2 digits in the tray. This is probably because showing 4 digits would be very hard to read. Our team is looking into it to see if any adjustments can be made.

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