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wrong XMP voltage reading
#1
hi martin,

since one of the last builts hwinfo64 reads wrong voltage og xmp profile of our ram.

the voltage right is 1.65 volt and not 1.4 volt.


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#2
Thanks for the report. It reports the Memory Controller desired voltage level instead of DIMM.
This bug will be fixed in the next build.
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#3
(11-30-2011, 11:07 PM)Martin Wrote: Thanks for the report. It reports the Memory Controller desired voltage level instead of DIMM.
This bug will be fixed in the next build.

ok thanks. (reading was right in older versions.)

btw the 1.4 volt are for nothing,
this is a non supported value.

xmp=1.65
all other jedec =1.5

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#4
Yes, the bug slipped inside when I updated support for XMP for v1.3
1.4 V reported is the Memory Controller voltage - the BIOS is instructed by XMP to request this voltage to the IMC when this profile is used.
Next build will have this fixed.
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