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CPUID Hardware Monitor - Monitor crossfire?

I downloaded CPUID Hardware Monitor in order to monitor my GPU temp because my graphics drives keep crashing. However it only seems to see 1 of my 2 Asus 5850 DirectCU graphics cards. Does anyone know how to fix this or if its even possible?
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    When was the last time you updated your BIOS?

    Sometimes HWMonitor won't dispaly certain information because the BIOS version and HWMonitor aren't working together properly.You can always try to use CPUID GPU-Z and see if you can see the temps in there.
  2. I have never updated my BIOS as far as I know. Computer is just 6 months old.

    However I do have problems with my G110 keyboard so I was going to fiddle with them soon. Perhaps I should update them? How might I do that?

    I have a GA-X58A-UD3R motherboard because that probably matters.
  3. Read up on flashing your BIOS in the motherboard manual.
  4. Best answer selected by DptBear.
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