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T1 Temperature
#1
Hello

Is T1 temperature reporting VRM temperature on MSI Z270 Gaiming Plus motherboard?


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#2
For the Z270 Gaming Plus model, the T1 value is most probably the CPU socket temperature.
But try the latest HWiNFO Beta version (v5.93-3610), this should report independent VRM temperature straight from the VRM (if supported by the VRM and SVID is enabled). Check under the CPU sensor.
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#3
Hi Martin, I used v5.93-3610 but could not locate the VRM temperature like others have reported. Am I missing something?


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#4
The VR used might not be capable of monitoring its temperature.
Please attach the HWiNFO Debug File and I will check that to be sure.
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(12-19-2018, 05:33 PM)Martin Wrote: The VR used might not be capable of monitoring its temperature.
Please attach the HWiNFO Debug File and I will check that to be sure.

Here we go.


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#6
Indeed, sadly that VR doesn't support temperature monitoring.
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(12-19-2018, 07:10 PM)Martin Wrote: Indeed, sadly that VR doesn't support temperature monitoring.

Thanks for your help.
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#8
Isn't it strange some people with the same board report VRM temps? Is MSI using different vrm's on the same boards?
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#9
Some vendors do such tricks, not sure about MSI.
I'd need to see the HWiNFO Debug File of such a system.
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#10
Some guy on the MSI forum is saying T1 is VRM temp. When I blow hot air over the vrm's, the T1 temp does climb. I don't know what to make of all this?
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#11
It might be some sensor placed on the mainboard close to VRM, but I don't think it reflects the true VRM temperature.
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