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GPU Tweak 1528 & ROG Front Base

hellboy99
Level 10
I installed GPU Tweak 1528 and my CPU Frequency on my ROG Front Base display is stuck on 0.000. I've rolled back GPU to it's previous version, that hasn't helped, I've reinstalled the front base driver and AI Suite, that hasn't helped either. The Front Base unit has been nothing but problems from day one, spends more times messing up than working 100%.

Mobo: Ranger VII - BIOS: 3003
GC: Strix GTX 1060 6GB
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hellboy99
Level 10
Any support what so ever?

hellboy99
Level 10
I've managed to fix the issue myself, no thanks to tech support. I'm not even sure if there is a TS department at this stage.

Hopefully the following will help someone else (my mobo is a Ranger VII - Bios 3003):


  • Install GPU Tweak 1.5.3.5
  • Install Sonic Suite 7904
  • Install ROG Connect 1.00.32
  • Install AI Suite 3 1.01.02 (a module error appears after install, ignore it)
  • Install Front Base 1.01.06
  • Install AI Suite 3 1.01.61 (this will get rid of the module error)
  • Install Front Base 1.01.17


The Front Base now functions 100% with the CPU frequency back up and running. To the two TS agents that said my Front Base was faulty, you haven't a clue or weren't bothered to look into this as it's quite clear now that "it is" a software/driver issue!

hellboy99 wrote:
I've managed to fix the issue myself, no thanks to tech support. I'm not even sure if there is a TS department at this stage.

Hopefully the following will help someone else (my mobo is a Ranger VII - Bios 3003):


  • Install GPU Tweak 1.5.3.5
  • Install Sonic Suite 7904
  • Install ROG Connect 1.00.32
  • Install AI Suite 3 1.01.02 (a module error appears after install, ignore it)
  • Install Front Base 1.01.06
  • Install AI Suite 3 1.01.61 (this will get rid of the module error)
  • Install Front Base 1.01.17


The Front Base now functions 100% with the CPU frequency back up and running. To the two TS agents that said my Front Base was faulty, you haven't a clue or weren't bothered to look into this as it's quite clear now that "it is" a software/driver issue!




Hi there,
I am happy to see this post. I am one of us few that has a ROG Front Base installed, using GPU Tweak software.
I have noticed that since, after GPU Tweak II version 1.4.0.8 I always get error reports in Windows related to ROG Front Base.
GPU Tweak II, ver 1.4.0.8 is from november 2016, so it's one year old and I am using a 1080 Ti, so ofcourse I want as new
version as possible... without error reports in Windows. I haven't tried your solution, but I will do, and hope it works.
Will probably make a backup before I do, in case something fails, but I will get back to you and see if the error reports stop
after installing a new version of GPU Tweak II

Thanks, Ida
CPU: Intel Core i7-8700K @ 5.1 GHz || MB: ROG Strix Z370-F Gaming || Cooling: Corsair Hydro 115i
GFX: 2 x GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB (SLI) || RAM: G.Skill Trident Z RGB 32GB OC @ 3300 MHz
Keyboard: Logitech G910 Orion Spectrum || Mouse: Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum
Monitor: ASUS 27" ROG SWIFT PG279Q 165Hz || PSU: Corsair AX1600i || OS: Windows 10 Professional x64
Case: NZXT Phantom 820 FullTower - White