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    Anomalous sensor readings in HWiNFO64

    So in fact software which uses ASUS WMI only could trigger some problems because it calls (potentially buggy) BIOS method. Without running the software it's not triggered because (potentially buggy) BIOS method is not called at all. BTW I never had stability problems with ASUS WMI for 10 months...
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    Anomalous sensor readings in HWiNFO64

    Thank you, Martin. The last question: what happens if BIOS tries to update the buffer while it's being read by some program? Are there any locks or semaphores?
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    Anomalous sensor readings in HWiNFO64

    Martin Please tell me if I understand it right: 1. ASUS BIOS on a regular basis (say once a second) fills ASUS WMI buffer in memory with some values. 2. It fills the buffer regardless of whether any program actually uses these values. 3. This implementation could have bugs and could cause...
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    Anomalous sensor readings in HWiNFO64

    I've never experienced fan shutting bug with ASUS WMI. But I did experience sudden reboots, "fan @100% bug" with software using direct access to SIO chip (HWiNFO with ASUSWMI=0, GPU-Z, MSI Afterburner, etc). As I understand ASUS WMI is safe in the sense.
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    Anomalous sensor readings in HWiNFO64

    I have good news for ASUS Prime X470-Pro owners: BIOS 5603 does contain the fix for ASUS WMI, now CPU_OPT and Chipset temperature are properly reported. Tested with Ryzen 7 3700X.
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    Anomalous sensor readings in HWiNFO64

    OK, thank you, Martin. One more reason which confuses is the header of the buffer - "ASUSSENSOR01". It suggests there could be 02, 03, etc. But in fact there is no other buffer.
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    Anomalous sensor readings in HWiNFO64

    Hi, Martin. I have ASUS Prime X470-Pro and faced this problem. Done some investigations and found some stranges. Davidinlv82 has the same board, BIOS 5216, earlier supplied dbg file with ASUS WMI GETINFO[00] = 0, 0, 1, 3, = CPU Core Voltage ASUS WMI GETINFO[01] = 0, 3, 1, 3, = +12V Voltage...
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    ASUS Prime X470-Pro - Fan headers shutting down after a while when running HWiNFO

    dokbenway did you report to ASUS? I think we need to ping them with this and other things.
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    Anomalous sensor readings in HWiNFO64

    Hi, guys! What ASUS e-mail/whatever do you recommend to write to? I've purchased the board and faced the same problem (expectedly).
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    Anomalous sensor readings in HWiNFO64

    Does BIOS show them correct?
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    ASUS Prime X470-Pro - Fan headers shutting down after a while when running HWiNFO

    Martin Thank you for efforts to solve the issue, do you have some fresh info on the issue besides recent user reports on the forum?
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    Anomalous sensor readings in HWiNFO64

    Davidinlv82 Have you tried 5220 BIOS?
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    HWinfo sensor monitoring freezes-up after system wake from sleep on Asus Prime X470 Pro

    UnrulyUngulate You feedback is very useful because it reflects the current state of ASUS X470 BIOSes while most of discussions apply to 2018 and start of 2019. You wrote that Combo PI BIOSes show less stats compared to Pinnacle BIOSes. Are there any changes in the latest firmwares (5216/5220)...
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