sensors program library problems (more info)
khali at linux-fr.org
Mon Jul 21 18:30:38 CEST 2003
> now "sensors" shows me this:
> [root at farrell root]# sensors -f
> Adapter: ISA adapter
> Algorithm: ISA algorithm
> VCore: +1.60 V (min = +1.71 V, max = +1.88 V)
> +3.3V: +3.29 V (min = +3.13 V, max = +3.45 V)
> +5V: +4.91 V (min = +4.72 V, max = +5.24 V)
> +12V: +12.01 V (min = +10.79 V, max = +13.19 V)
> -12V: -12.29 V (min = -13.21 V, max = -10.90 V)
> -5V: -5.20 V (min = -5.26 V, max = -4.76 V)
> V5SB: +5.53 V (min = +4.72 V, max = +5.24 V)
> VBat: +3.12 V (min = +2.40 V, max = +3.60 V)
> fan1: 6958 RPM (min = 3000 RPM, div = 2)
> fan2: 2766 RPM (min = 3000 RPM, div = 2)
> temp1: +95?F (limit = +140?F) sensor =
> temp2: +94.1?F (limit = +140?F, hysteresis = +122?F) sensor =
> Sound alarm disabled
That's pretty good at first sight.
> if the min/max value it shows are what the voltage show be between...
> it would seem my VCore and +3.3volt are a little wrong. both a little
> too low. do you know if the difference is big enough to cause
+3.3V could hardly be better! VCore would need tweaking. Edit the
/etc/sensors.conf file, look for the w83697hf section, uncomment the
"set vrm" line and it should be better (after a "sensors -s" maybe). If
it's still not OK, you can edit the "set in0_min" and "set in0_max"
lines, just replace vid by what you know should be your CPU voltage
(well, if you know).
> lastly, but also important, the temperatures. "+95?F" why the "?", is
> that an estimate... does it need to be calibrated?
It's supposed to be the symbol of the degree. Works well for me, strange
it doesn't for you. It's not part of the ASCII table, so maybe if you
have a non-ISO-8859-1 charset in use, this could explain you can't see
95 degres Farenheit is really low, you must have a great cooling system
:) Mine is at 135.
> thanks again,
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