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Solved wrong temps with ryzen 1700x & asus x370 strix
#1
Hello there I have some problems with my pc showing the right temperature readings even after cmso reset bios updates windows fresh installs , the bios is showing about right temps but hwinfo 64 hwmonitor &ryzen master are showing either -C° Temps or too low Temps I even send my motherbaord and cpu back because I thought they might be faulty ;P would be nice if someone here could help me fixing the problem I have a lot of screenshots these here aren't the only screenshots I have Smile Huh


mainboard is a asus rog strix x370 with 809 bios version ,ram is Corsair CMU16GX4M2C3000C15 3000mhz ddr4 16gb kit ,cooler is a liquid aio 240mm rad won't overheat I have turned fan speed to 100% to be safe Tongue

http://imgur.com/tNpFo8v

http://imgur.com/a/l95z1
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#2
This looks really wrong, but not sure if it's a problem in CPU or BIOS.
Does ASUS AI Suite also show such erratic values?
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#3
(07-22-2017, 04:54 PM)Martin Wrote: This looks really wrong, but not sure if it's a problem in CPU or BIOS.
Does ASUS AI Suite also show such erratic values?

I got a new cpu send the other one back it was not the cpu and I sent the motherboard back and got a new one , haven't tried Asus AI suite yet good idea Wink
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(07-22-2017, 04:54 PM)Martin Wrote: This looks really wrong, but not sure if it's a problem in CPU or BIOS.
Does ASUS AI Suite also show such erratic values?

thx for the suggestion here is the result -> http://imgur.com/a/gPpcy
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#5
So AI Suite reports the same temperature. If it's not the CPU and not the mainboard, then I don't know what else could be the problem..
Sorry, but haven't seen such issue yet, so don't know what to suggest Sad
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#6
(07-22-2017, 09:16 PM)Martin Wrote: So AI Suite reports the same temperature. If it's not the CPU and not the mainboard, then I don't know what else could be the problem..
Sorry, but haven't seen such issue yet, so don't know what to suggest Sad

oh somehow it fixed it in asus ai suite hmm intersting http://imgur.com/a/sWvN4

http://imgur.com/a/jTD7v
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#7
(07-22-2017, 09:16 PM)Martin Wrote: So AI Suite reports the same temperature. If it's not the CPU and not the mainboard, then I don't know what else could be the problem..
Sorry, but haven't seen such issue yet, so don't know what to suggest Sad

So I found out it's the  !CPU 1.80 V VOLTAGE ! setting  if it's changed to 1.900V the cpu is showing the right temperature Big Grin http://imgur.com/a/CHmFk
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#8
Uh, that's really weird. I think this should be checked with ASUS...
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#9
(07-22-2017, 11:49 PM)Martin Wrote: Uh, that's really weird. I think this should be checked with ASUS...


yeah but I'm happy I found what is causing it thx for the idea with asus ai suite very appreciated Smile)
I did a post in the asus rog forums too hope they see it Smile
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#10
I checked with ASUS and was told that most probably SenseMi Skew is enabled by default without an option to disable it in BIOS.
This option is affecting reporting of the CPU temperature.
You might try TurboV Core if it's able to lower the SenseMi Skew Offset.
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#11
(07-23-2017, 08:41 AM)Martin Wrote: I checked with ASUS and was told that most probably SenseMi Skew is enabled by default without an option to disable it in BIOS.
This option is affecting reporting of the CPU temperature.
You might try TurboV Core if it's able to lower the SenseMi Skew Offset.

I have been looking days for the option in the bios thought i'm to stupid to find because a other person with a crosshair hero showed me where it is and how I can find it ,I will try to lower turbo v core thx for the suggestion Smile
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#12
Yes, the C6H has such option, but your model probably doesn't.
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#13
(07-23-2017, 10:21 AM)Martin Wrote: Yes, the C6H has such option, but your model probably doesn't.

Would be nice if it gets added to the bios :p the motherboard I have is the asus rog strix x370 it's a step below the crosshair hero
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#14
So it is fixed now with a bios update and they added the option to turn off  SenseMI Skew http://www.mediafire.com/file/g31qics0ui...S-9001.zip

http://imgur.com/a/M0E6n


ensMI Skew SenseMI Skewhttp://imgur.com/a/M0E6n
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#15
Well done ASUS Smile And thanks for the feedback.
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#16
(07-28-2017, 08:13 PM)Martin Wrote: Well done ASUS Smile And thanks for the feedback.

Yeah pretty happy that they listen to the community Smilehx for your help too enjoy your day
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