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Solved Improper voltage rails reading on a Gigabyte H370M D3H.
#1
Hi,

Trying to monitor the voltage rails on my computer which has some intermittent stability issues I found that the reading of +5V +3.3V and +12V are completely wrong.

System: Gigabyte H370M D3H with a Core i5-5600.

As of note: the voltages read from the BIOS are within acceptable range which suggests that HWiNFO64 (v5.92-3580) is fetching the wrong values.

Many thanks.


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#2
Thanks. You're right, HWiNFO needs to be adjusted for your model.
I will try to fix this, but could you please also attach a screenshot of HWiNFO and GIGABYTE SIV tool side-by-side showing sensor values?
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(11-22-2018, 04:47 PM)Martin Wrote: Thanks. You're right, HWiNFO needs to be adjusted for your model.
I will try to fix this, but could you please also attach a screenshot of HWiNFO and GIGABYTE SIV tool side-by-side showing sensor values?

Thanks for the quick reply!

There you are. And let me know if some info are missing. Smile


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#4
Thanks. This will be fixed in the next HWiNFO (Beta) build.
Let me know if you need an early build before the next Beta release.
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#5
Thanks!
For the moment I'm going to test my computer with another PSU to see if the system gets more stable, and after that I will try to pinpoint the problem. So I guess I can wait until the next beta release, but of course the sooner I can get a good read, the better!

many thanks again!
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#6
OK, here you go. Try this intermediate build: www.hwinfo.com/beta/hwi64_593_3581.zip
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#7
Wow! That looks great to me! Everything looks like it should be.
Thanks a lot!

Now let's diagnose this system! Smile
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#8
Thanks for the feedback Smile
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