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evga z390 dark support
#1
hey folks,

any chance this is being found/properly registered in hwinfo next release?

thanks
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#2
If you have such a mainboard can you please post:
- the HWiNFO Debug File including sensor data and
- screenshot of HWiNFO sensors showing the mainboard sensors side-by-side with EVGA E-LEET tool showing correct data
I will then try to adjust all sensors in HWiNFO.
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#3
can you tell me how?

eleet is not reading accurate either I think, the version on the evga page has no official support for z390 yet
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#4
That's a shame then if EVGA tools don't support their own products !
Is there anything else able to show correct sensor values? The BIOS at least? If yes, a screenshot would be useful (+ of course HWiNFO Report and Debug files).
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#5
how do i get the report and debug files?
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#6
https://www.hwinfo.com/forum/Thread-IMPO...g-a-report
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#7
thanks

here you go: https://ufile.io/rfjey

[Image: hwinfoeleet8kk76.png]


cpu-z / hwinfo shoes onlyt he VID fo the cpu, eleet shows the creal current vcore.
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#8
Thanks for the data.
This seems to be a special case with customer sensors, so please give me some time, I need to check this directly with EVGA..
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#9
So here you go: https://www.hwinfo.com/beta/hwi64_601_3633.zip
This build adds support of monitoring of Z390 DARK. Note that a warning about EC sensor will show up now and you'll need to hit Continue for the new values to be shown.
Please let me know how it works...
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#10
thanks man.

do you happen to know what all those temps there are (the unnamed ones) and which of those the VRMs are?

[Image: darkygj7w.png]
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#11
Sorry, I don't know what those Temp4-8 represent, will check with EVGA. VRM temperature should be the "PWM".
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