[lm-sensors] Ticket 1833 Jean Delvare

Jean Delvare khali at linux-fr.org
Mon Apr 9 14:34:09 CEST 2007

Hi Charlie,

On Sun, 8 Apr 2007 13:41:05 EDT, CCMaynard at aol.com wrote:
> In 2004 you (Jean Delvare) wrote an e-mail that I picked up on a google 

First of all: you are writing to a mailing list here, not to an

> scan.. The short story is that I'm looking for an "HF T/R chip" (3-30 MHz) to 
> integrate in to a project I'm working on for a communications project.. Who has an 
> HF chip?  Regards, Charlie

The "HF chip" mentioned in this ticket is the short name for a Winbond
W83627HF chip, which is a PC Super-I/O chip with hardware monitoring
functions, as you probably would have figured out by yourself if you
had made minimal search on the topic. The "H" standands for "hardware
monitoring" and the "F" for "Flash".

This doesn't appear to have anything to do with the "HF T/R chip (3-30
MHz)" thing you are looking for.

> Jean Delvare khali at linux-fr.org 
> Mon Dec 6 20:23:34 CET 2004 
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> Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ subject ] [ author ] Hi Steven,
> (Many, many thanks to the FNAL for nedit! I simply couldn't live without
> it. You might not have suspected it so far but you have actually been
> sponsoring the lm_sensors project for a while ;))
> > According to winbond web site there are a couple of new chips 
> > they recently released:
> > 
> > http://www.winbond.com.tw/E-WINBONDHTM/team/news.asp#03
> > 
> > Either W83627EHF or W83792D.  
> > Any chance the chip is one of them?
> The W83627EHF is most probably a variant of the W83627HF or THF, so it
> would be a Super-I/O chip. Since you already have an HF chip it wouldn't
> make much sense. Unless of course the HF is a misdetection and is
> actually an EHF. Without a datasheet we cannot say.
> We could probably take a guess if you would provide dumps for all three
> chips:
> isadump 0x295 0x296 (assuming that the Super-I/O chip is at 0x290)
> i2cdump 0 0x2c
> i2cdump 0 0x2f
> One of the I2C chips is obviously an "alias" of the Super-I/O chip, this
> should help find out which actually is.
> The W83792D sounds much more credible to me. Again without a datasheet
> we cannot confirm. However, Winbond themselves are working on a driver,
> and said they would release a datasheet soon. Let's just wait until they
> are done.
> Stay tuned! :)

Jean Delvare

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