EVGATech_LeeMvanadiel007, what motherboard and which processor are you using? Which OS? Do you have any other monitoring software programs running? miklet, are your system specs up-to-date in your signature? Which OS? Any other software monitoring programs running?
bobmitch Very odd! Mine is spot on. EVGA Motherboard (X299 FTW K). v2.0.8
mikletGGTV-Jon.If I allow FlowControl to follow it's default installation then use uninstall to remove, where would I look for a leftover folder or files. More information please, I can't find what I do know where to look for. I spent a good hour examining the Registry looking for "leftovers" but did not locate any. However, I did not know where that search should occur either. How do you confirm that any leftovers have been found?
mikletIn my instance... Flow Control installs to "...Program Files (x86)/EVGA/Flow Control". Note: LED Sync, Precision XOC and WinRing0 also install at this location. When uninstall completes the "...Program Files (x86)/EVGA/Flow Control" directory remains. Also there is a "...Program Files (x86)/EVGA/Flow Control/Profiles" directory. Plus inside the "Profiles" directory there is one file named "CPUWB.cfg". From the next test I deleted the "...Program Files (x86)/EVGA/Flow Control" directory. Next I turned off the computer completely so I could cold-boot fresh. Installed Flow Control version 9. CPU temps still read 90-100C+. I repeated the process and on my next pass installed the previous Flow Control version 8. Flow Control now reports CPU temps in the low 30C's. Cleaning out the directory did allow going back to version 8. This is good enough for me. Cleaning out the old directory appears to solve the problem of older versions that were re-installed after version 9 also reported anomalous CPU temp.