I'm out of office until Aug-24. Will respond to all requests upon my return. Thanks, Martin

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ITE IT8620E isn't supported?
#1
There are strange readings from this chip... is it normal? It's Gigabyte MB.
   
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#2
Looks like sensor values are not properly adjusted for your model. Can you please post a screenshot of BIOS or GIGABYTE System Information tool showing sensor values ?
I will then try to fix it.
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#3
Thanks for your quick reply. Is this enough? Temperature 1 is System, Temperature 2 is NorthBridge, Temperature 3 is CPU, 4-6 not used

   
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#4
Thanks, that's perfect. I will adjust this in the next build of HWiNFO.
But how do you know that Temperature 2 is NorthBridge ? I can't see such information reported by GIGABYTE.
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(07-09-2017, 06:09 PM)Martin Wrote: Thanks, that's perfect. I will adjust this in the next build of HWiNFO.
But how do you know that Temperature 2 is NorthBridge ? I can't see such information reported by GIGABYTE.

Oh you are right. It can be VRM temperature - under load this get super hot 74C measured with Ir-Thermometer. Coils near get 90C.
HW info reports 74C too... but it's hard to judge because I can measure only surface.


This temperature is very close to NorthBridge but NB seems little cooler about 60C.
Nothing else is that hot.


So I'm not sure... maybe VRM is right answer.
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#6
Yeah, that looks more like the VRM then.
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#7
Please try this build, it should fix your sensor values: http://www.hwinfo.com/beta/hw64_555_3201.zip
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(07-09-2017, 09:32 PM)Martin Wrote: Please try this build, it should fix your sensor values: http://www.hwinfo.com/beta/hw64_555_3201.zip

Wau ... looking great
      Shy

Thank you so much
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#9
Indeed Smile
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#10
gigabyte fm2-a68hm-d3h IT8620 vbat avcc3 not work properly? values identical of this m.b.(sorry for my english)


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