Driver w83781d for lm_sensors

Bertrik Sikken bertrik at zonnet.nl
Thu Feb 27 09:25:35 CET 2003


Mikolaj Tutak wrote:

>I have tested your W83781D driver with may Asus MB (A7V333, Asus chip
>ASB100A) and I have discovered that temperature readings are wrong (BIOS
>shows other values) :-(
>
>Anyway I made some changes to your driver (only AS99127F/ASB100A part),
>the idea was taken from "xmbmon".
>
>Changes:
>
>- new temperature sensor on address 0x17, named temp2 (works similar to
>temp1 on 0x27, but connected with CPU temperature sensor). Readings from
>0x17 show the same values like monitor built in MB BIOS - this readings
>has less latency (CPU internal diode?).
>
>- temp2 sensor renamed to temp3 (another CPU temperature sensor,
>probably connected with thermistor under CPU - higher lattency). ASUS
>doesn't show this values in BIOS monitor!
>
>- temp3 sensor removed (unconnected?) - maybe better keep and rename to
>temp4?
>
>- removed macro AS99127_TEMP_ADD_TO_REG & AS99127_TEMP_ADD_FROM_REG -
>standard one works _better_!
>
>TODO:
>
>- find right addresses for AS99127_REG_TEMP_OVER &
>AS99127_REG_TEMP_HIST!
>
I did some research on the undocumented temperature registers, it's at
http://home.kabelfoon.nl/~bertrik/asb100/asb100.html

Maybe you are looking for registers 0x18 and 0x19 ?

I think I also found an undocumented motherboard temperature
plus hist and over temp, at registers 0x1a, 0x1b and 0x1c.

Regards,
Bertrik Sikken

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