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Solved Missing +12 and +5 voltages for ASRock H110M-DGS
#1
Is it a bug if I'm not seeing the +12V, +5V voltages for my ASRock mobo model H110M-DGS?
According to the manual monitoring should be possible.

Maybe I have to update the BIOS?


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#2
It looks like HWiNFO doesn't have dedicated support for your mainboard.
Please attach the HWiNFO Debug File so I can analyze this and fix.
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#3
It would be also great if you could post some screenshot from an ASRock tool that shows correct sensor values. Unfortunately I haven't been able to find a version of A-Tuning, AXTU or similar that would support your model. It looks like not even the own manufacturer supports sensor monitoring here yet.
Alternatively if the BIOS shows sensor values, a screenshot would be useful.
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#4
I haven't found a tool that supports monitoring these on my motherboard either, be it from ASRock or otherwise.  Maybe I'll shoot them a message to see what they say.

Otherwise here's a debug log and phonecam pic of the bios sensors (imgur cause its too big for forum https://imgur.com/a/Qn9xE).

I'm trying to diagnose a possible PSU issue, is it normal for the values in Core #0-3 VID to vary? vcore?  Most of the time they're 0.790 V but they go up to 1.160 V.
Thank you for the quick replies!


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#5
Thanks for the data. I will adjust sensor values for your mainboard in the next build, so HWiNFO will become the first tool to show proper sensor values (even before ASRock) Big Grin
Such fluctuating Vcore values are absolutely normal, the voltage goes down to save power when there's no load.
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(02-21-2018, 08:14 AM)Martin Wrote: Thanks for the data. I will adjust sensor values for your mainboard in the next build, so HWiNFO will become the first tool to show proper sensor values (even before ASRock) Big Grin
Such fluctuating Vcore values are absolutely normal, the voltage goes down to save power when there's no load.

That's awesome! This is literally the best software support I've ever experienced! Smile
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#7
Thanks Smile
Next public Beta build is planned sometime next week. If you need this sooner, then let me know and I will generate an interim build.
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#8
I have released v5.73-3350 Beta that should fix sensor monitoring on your mainboard, please check if it's OK now.
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#9
Yep, working great now for +12v and +5v, thanks so much!
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#10
Great, thanks for the feedback.
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