Monitor CPU and GPU fan RPM on Clevo laptops

Homer

Member
Hello Martin,

today I installed the newest Update and the Fan is well recognized for the Clevo W230SD!

Thanks a lot!  :D
 

Glarva

New Member
Hello Martin,

I have a Clevo W740SU and I can't see any RPM with the application (nor with any other app like Speedfan). I've attached the two files that you may need to support this laptop.

Really thank you!
 

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Martin

HWiNFO Author
Staff member
Glarva said:
Hello Martin,

I have a Clevo W740SU and I can't see any RPM with the application (nor with any other app like Speedfan). I've attached the two files that you may need to support this laptop.

Really thank you!

Thanks. Since you haven't provided the EC dump made using RW-Everything and also haven't stated how many fans this model supports, I'll add your model assuming it's similar to W840AU and thus has only 1 fan.
If this is not the case, please let me know.
 

Glarva

New Member
Martin said:
Thanks. Since you haven't provided the EC dump made using RW-Everything and also haven't stated how many fans this model supports, I'll add your model assuming it's similar to W840AU and thus has only 1 fan.
If this is not the case, please let me know.

I've just attached the EC dump from that software, let me know if that is what you were looking for.

This model W740SU has two fans thou,
http://www.notebookcheck.net/fileadmin/Notebooks/Schenker/S413/Wartung.jpg

Thanks!
 

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Martin

HWiNFO Author
Staff member
Thanks. Unfortunately in the dump you attached it seems that both fans are off. Have you made the dump while the fans were spinning ?
Best would be if you could attach 2 dumps when you're sure the fans are spinning at medium and high speed.
 

Glarva

New Member
I've attached a zip file with different dumps.

I've also checked the temperature of the different cores while in desktop and on full processing load, and the thing is the values are very high (around 99 ºC), but they never go over 99. Is there a possibility that the EC is reporting (and evaluating) the CPU load as temperature? I think so because the air that goes out from the laptop at full speed is not hot at all. :huh:

Thanks!
 

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Martin

HWiNFO Author
Staff member
No, the EC has no idea about CPU load. I assume your CPU starts throttling at ~99C - you should be able to see the "Thermal Throttling" status.
 

Glarva

New Member
Martin said:
No, the EC has no idea about CPU load. I assume your CPU starts throttling at ~99C - you should be able to see the "Thermal Throttling" status.

You're right. The CPU throttling was the responsible of that weird behavior. I got to fix it through Power plan options on Windows.
Thank you!
 

Martin

HWiNFO Author
Staff member
You're welcome, the next HWiNFO build should support fan speed reading on your model.
 

brainonastick

New Member
Hi Martin.

Could you please add Fan Speed support for Clevo P650RS Notebooks?
I attached the necessary EC Dumps.
Thank you in advance.

mfg
Markus
 

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Martin

HWiNFO Author
Staff member
brainonastick said:
Hi Martin.

Could you please add Fan Speed support for Clevo P650RS Notebooks?
I attached the necessary EC Dumps.
Thank you in advance.

mfg
Markus

Hi Markus,
thank you for the dumps. I'll add support of this model in the next HWiNFO (Beta) build.
 

qon

Member
Hi Martin,

attached are two EC logs (fans at normal and at full) for clevo p775dm3 respectively p775dm3-g.
Would be cool if you could add support to read the fans.

Cheers
David
 

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Martin

HWiNFO Author
Staff member
qon said:
Hi Martin,

attached are two EC logs (fans at normal and at full) for clevo p775dm3 respectively p775dm3-g.
Would be cool if you could add support to read the fans.

Cheers
David

Thanks, but please attach the HWiNFO Report File too.
 

qon

Member
Martin said:
qon said:
Hi Martin,

attached are two EC logs (fans at normal and at full) for clevo p775dm3 respectively p775dm3-g.
Would be cool if you could add support to read the fans.

Cheers
David

Thanks, but please attach the HWiNFO Report File too.

Sorry, my fault, hwinfo report attached.
 

qon

Member
Martin said:
Sorry, but I don't see it attached.

Hm, strange, attaching only works when I zip the log.
(Didn't check that it actually attached the file last time.)
 

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qon

Member
Hi Martin,

just in case you are interested to add some more values:
Address 0xCE reveals the duty cycle of the CPU fan (0 = 0%, 255 = 100%).
It for sure works on my p775dm3-g model (hwinfo log attached few posts ago), and probably for all clevo models with this EC according to some other forum posts I have seen.

Address 0xCF reveals the GPU fan cycle for p775dm3, but it only works when the clevo control center is running and after fan profile is changed in there. Otherwise, the value there seems to be stuck. I do not know if this is a bug with my system or general behavior. I'll post again in case I find out.

Cheers
qon
 
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