auxtin1

mick500

Member
Hi, not sure if it's a bug or not or if i'm in the right section, but i'm getting a reading of 0 then 120 degrees for auxtin1. Is that likely a anomaly? All other readings are good. And qhat is auxtin1? Cheers.
 

Martin

HWiNFO Author
Staff member
This depends on the mainboard model you have, because each one has the sensor inputs connected (or not connected) in a different way.
But I think this one is not connected on your mainboard and thus providing erratic values. You should ignore it.
 

mick500

Member
Martin said:
This depends on the mainboard model you have, because each one has the sensor inputs connected (or not connected) in a different way.
But I think this one is not connected on your mainboard and thus providing erratic values. You should ignore it.

I have a msi gd65 if that helps you determine whether it's a real reading or not? Thanks heaps.
 

mick500

Member
Martin said:
There are several MSI GD65 models, but anyway I believe it's not real.

Alright, thank you. Is there any other way to test it? I don't even know what auxtin1 is , but i just don't like seeing those high numbers with out investigating, and not much comes up in google. Thanks again.
 

Martin

HWiNFO Author
Staff member
There is no way how to determine if a particular sensor input is really connected to a temperature diode. One would need to see the mainboard's schematics, which are of course not available.
Values which behave as you describe (jumping up/down across a wide range) are almost always such not connected sensors.
 
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