I remember Fiji (Fury/Fury X/Nano) having some issues in the past with hwinfo. Are all the readings accurate from the hardware sensors now (specifically VRM VDD)? Or are estimates?
Thanks and sorry if its a repeated question. :angel:
Im using your software and wanted to check my motherboard temperature. Afaik, the PCH is southbridge temperature?
Using the ASrock Z170-itx/ac, which is "real" the motherboard temperature?
Sorry if its a repeated question
There is Fury X, Fury Air and Fury Nano.
I have the Nano. My system is runs fine (using 5.2-2800), however under a certain load, I get the GPU/blank screen issue.
Disabled the VRM monitoring sections completely and system is stable under that load.
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So after reading that thread (http://www.hwinfo.com/forum/Thread-Enabling-ADL-makes-the-AMD-Fury-crash) I remember, how after each crash, somehow hwinfo's GPU VRM temperatures would be blank.
Put 2 and 2 together. Disabled monitoring of everything under the R9 Fury Nano VRM section.
I have been having one those crashes where there is no blue screen. Just no signal from HDMI and full screen GPU speed.
Intel 6700k / Z170 Chipset
16GB Corsair vengeance
R9 Fury Nano
Samsung 850 Evo M.2 SSD
Crimson drivers 16.2