ASUS Prime X399-A [wrong package power]

impulseuk

New Member
Hello :)

CPU Package Power (SMU) - wrong value here.
"Current" value constantly jumps from 999 to 0 then back and forth and back.
As it works like sum of VDDCR_CPU, VDDCR_SOC, VDDIO_MEM it would be nice to have extended info for VDDIO_MEM rail too.
I think it can be somehow related to vDDP cLDO, but not sure as i can see no sensor for it too, can't check it by myself :(
Is it possible to unhide more sensors or CPU Package Power (SMU) isn't calculated by HWiNFO itself and just comes as a value from a motherboard?

P.S. Nothing relevant in hidden sensors - it's mostly core clocks\ratios\residency + hdd info and some more trash.

HWinfo 2021-05-14 111027.png
 

Martin

HWiNFO Author
Staff member
Please post the HWiNFO Debug File so I can check in detail why this is happening.
Isn't the CPU PPT also among your hidden items or is it not shown at all?
 

impulseuk

New Member
Please post the HWiNFO Debug File so I can check in detail why this is happening.
Isn't the CPU PPT also among your hidden items or is it not shown at all?
Just rechecked.
Core 0-11 VID
Core 0-11 Clock
Core 0-11 Ratio
Core 0-11 C0, C1, C6 Residency
CPU Temperature
EXT Tsensor 1, 2, 3
HDD stuff:
Drive Airflow Temperature
Drive Failure
Read Activity
Write Activity
Total Activity
Read Rate
Write Rate
Read Total
Write Total

+ group headers

Debug file attached.
 

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Martin

HWiNFO Author
Staff member
In this case the internal power telemetry doesn't work properly. It's not an issue in HWiNFO, it only shows what the CPU really calculates.
It might be due to custom BIOS settings, you might try to revert back to default settings if that will show then properly.
 

impulseuk

New Member
Ok, many thanks for quick response ‡)
Now i know what to do, will try to push ASUS for fixed BIOS )))
Just tested, looks like that telemetry breaks when vDDP cLDO goes manual mode.
I think it's because manual field here is in mV integer for some reason, instead of decimal V like 99.999% of other voltages around.
Telemetry shows proper sum when in Auto, but value chosen by BIOS is too low for my config.
Thanks again, have a nice day!
 
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