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PCH Temp Missing
#1
HEY GUYS, SO I HAVE A PROBLEM WITH THIS COOL HWINFO64 IN MY SYSTEM AFTER I UPDATED IT ON THE 31ST OF MARCH 2016.

AFTER THE UPDATE, I LEARNED THAT MY PCH TEMP IS SUDDENLY NOT BEING REPORTED TO HWINFO64

I AM GAMING ON A BUDGET NOTEBOOK (SPECS INCLUDED BELOW) AND I AM CONSTANTLY MONITORING MY TEMPS OF GPU,  CPU AND PCH USING RTSS IN GAMES. 

TECH SPECS :
INTEL i5-2430M 3GhZ
GEFORCE GT525M 1GB DDR3
4GB RAM SINGLE SLOT CONFIG DDR3
TOSHIBA L755 1019X (RELEASED JANUARY 2011)

I HOPE THAT I COULD BE ABLE TO RECOVER MY PCH TEMP  Smile
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#2
There has been a change for this value because on some machines (very few ones) the method could cause a system crash.
So it's disabled by default and you need to enable it using the "Enable PCH Thermal Device" option in HWiNFO.
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#3
THX FR THE REPLY MARTIN, I HAVE ALREADY ENABLED IT, SHOULD I BE RESTARTING MY SYSTEM AFTER DOING SO, CUZ ITS STILL NOT SHOWING UP THE PCH TEMP
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#4
There should be no system restart needed, just launch HWiNFO again.
If it still doesn't work, please attach the HWiNFO Debug File.
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#5
PCH temperature sensor for Intel chipsets is designed to show the temperature of +50 °C, and I saw only one program that it read at lower values, the truth lied shamelessly when it has been seen by a thermocouple attached to an ICH10 chip surface - she showed +35 °C and the program reported the +23 °C, +47 °C is such that you can not trust her testimony, because I forgot about it.
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#6
(04-01-2016, 12:53 PM)Martin Wrote: There should be no system restart needed, just launch HWiNFO again.
If it still doesn't work, please attach the HWiNFO Debug File.

Ok , the Intel PCH is showing but, there is no temperature information , just the label only.

I'm currently using my brother's laptop , ASUS X455L and he is also using HWINFO64 in Windows 10 Home Single Language and his PCH is shown perfectly even though it's temp is low (around 30-40C)

I'll get the screenshot and the debug file from my rig later ..
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#7
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#8
(04-02-2016, 02:20 PM)NareshX Wrote: Debug file and screenshot


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.dbg   HWiNFO64.DBG (Size: 743.75 KB / Downloads: 1)
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#9
Uninstalling/Reinstalling didn't help...
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#10
It might be at the bottom of the list. In sensor settings try to click "Restore Original Order".
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