please, see screenshot :
Which one do we have to consider ?
There is 5°C difference between both.
Usually, there was only the second one (Which is at 39°C current value)
Now, there is this new value (Which is at 35°C).
See my rig in signature
Thank you for help.
I am currently running Realbench on my system.
In HWInfo, a value has appeared during the test (After roughly 2 hours test) : Memory Channel 2 Rank Max
Current => 0°C
Minimum => 0°C
Maximum => 3°C
Average => 0°C.
My room temperature is 21°C.
What is this data "Memory Channel 2 Rank Max" ...
I made a RealBench session on my computer.
See screenshot :
As you can see in HWInfo (Circled in red), CPU Package min = 0°C, which is of course not possible (Ambient = 22°C).
The CPU Package minimum value changed from something like 30°C or 31°C (I don't remember) to "0°C" during...
I was wondering about Average core temperatures in HWINFO.
I have made 2 tests Realbench 8 hours separarated by 3 months.
One was done at 26°C ambient temperature
One was done at 23°C ambient temperature.
In between, I have done only 2 things :
1/ reaseated my CPu with a lot...
I have launched a ROG RealBench stress test on My system.
Hwinfo64 was opened during the test for monitoring.
After several Hours of test , a value called "memory rank Max 3" has appeared in hwinfo monitoring.
It Was not present when I opened hwinfo64 just at the beginning of the...
the last version 5.32-2900 reports bad value for Vcore on mu i7-5930K on my ASUS X99-Deluxe II :
My system is my sig
I set Vcore=1.17V in BIOS.
The Vcore value reported in your soft is 1.58V => False.
Your Vid value reported in your soft is ok (1.17V).
here is my rig :
ASUS X99-Deluxe II
i7-5930K @ Core=4.5GHz / Cache = 4.5GHz @ Vccin=1.8V / Vcore=1.17V / Vcache = 1.2V
RAM G.SKILL @ 3200MHz @ 1.35V
Here is a screenshot at idle :
What is CPU Package ?
Why is it so high versus Core temps ?
Is this an issue ?
I own since one week the ASUS X99-Deluxe II and I can already see some issues wiith HWInfo reported values.
See enclosed screenshot :
2 comments :
1/ Vcore is 1.744V in HWInfo. It is set at 1.17V in Bios
2/ What are all those red crosses ?
My rig :
i have a MSI X99S GAMING 7 (Bios H.A0) motherboard and a i7-5930K with Vcore in BIOS (Vid) = 1,25V.
When I launch HWinfo (or HWMonitor or Aida64...), the read Vcore value is completely false.
My reported Vcore vid's are 1,25V, so that's correct.
But Vcore values are :
0,192V at idle...