If you click on each sensor in the table (within the Configure dialog), and you then un-tick "Show Reading" for each sensor you are not interested in logging, then they won't appear in the log file.
But perhaps there is a better method?
Will the feature work if models are called "P170HMx", "P170EMx", "P150HMx" and "P150EMx"? (Assuming the EC maps are the same, which I don't know unless someone else tests it) If not, is it possible to include these models numbers so users can test? (maybe also "P170EM3" and "P170HM3")
Actually, this works on stock Clevo.
The CPU and GPU fans are indeed under "Clevo EC", as well as a temperature reading.
The CPU load increases to 5% when enabling Clevo EC monitoring at 1000ms intervals. But it seems to work just fine.
I tried the build 401_1685:
- I don't see a "CPU fan" anywhere in the sensors
- As before, I see "GPU fan" under "nVidia GPU[#0] nVidia GeForce GTX 580M (GF114M)", which still indicates 100% for Current/Min/Max and never changes.
Under which sensors sub-sections are "CPU fan" and "GPU fan"...
Indeed, the CPU temperature can be read as [0x0B][0x0A] in kelvins.
If [0x0D][0x0C] contains a temperatrue value, it has always remained constant at [0x0C][0x3C] (40.05°C). I've never seen this value change, so I'm not sure what it may be linked to.
All temperatures seem to be properly...
It would be most useful if HWinfo could monitor the fan RPM of Clevo laptops.
As it stands, properly assessing and comparing the cooling performance of various setups with respect to benchmark performance, temperatures and fan noise levels are very misleading as users can't report the fan...