My brother has a 3080 ti strix, and I'm interested in learning where the reading for GPU Memory Junction Temperature is located—is it on the front side where the GPU die is located or is on the back of the GPU?
Thanks for the reply. I changed thermal pads on both sides of my brother's GPU, and I saw GPU memory Junction Temperature go up. Can you please look at the picture and let me know which side affects GPU memory junction temperature? Is it the front (1) or back (2)? I'm trying to figure out which thermal pads to replace.This is the hottest internal temperature (inside silicon) among all GPU memory chips.
Sorry for necroing here.This is the hottest internal temperature (inside silicon) among all GPU memory chips.
Sorry for necroing here.
Id just like to ask if this is this still the case?
Using an RX 6700 XT I see the description says its the "Average Junction temperature of GPU memory" - HWinfo64 V7.20-4700
Thanks in advanced.
Thanks for the reply, Im looking at the "GPU memory junction temperature" (RX 6700XT), just curious as to whether it's the hottest chip as mentioned above or the average as stated in the description.AMD is reporting the temperatures in a different way. Are you asking about the GPU hotspot or GPU memory temperature or something else?
AMD says this should be the average temperature. There might be a way to read the hottest memory chip temperature, which I will explore after my vacation (finally).
I hope I've done this correctly (settings -> safety -> debug mode checked, Run sensors-only - checked to see if said sensor appears, then close hwinfo), attached is the DBG file generated.It should be available on your GPU, but requires later drivers/firmware for the GPU. Please attach the HWiNFO Debug File so I can check whether those conditions are met.
It appears! seen below;