[lm-sensors] Possible support for the SMSC SCH5317? (found on HP dc7700 hardware)
juergh at gmail.com
Mon Jun 18 17:55:17 CEST 2007
On 6/18/07, Simon Farnsworth <simon.farnsworth at onelan.co.uk> wrote:
> Simon Farnsworth wrote:
> > sensors output:
> > # sensors
> > smsc47b397-isa-0480
> > Adapter: ISA adapter
> > temp1: +44°C
> > temp2: +53°C
> > temp3: +26°C
> > temp4: -128°C
> > fan1: 2011 RPM
> > fan2: 82 RPM
> > fan3: 1262 RPM
> > fan4: 1095 RPM
> > temp1 and temp2 both look likely for CPU, while temp3 might well be
> > system temperature. temp4 is completely out, and I'm not sure how I'd
> > relate the fan speeds to the fans in the system (I have a fan in the
> > front, a CPU fan, and a fan in the PSU.
> I've now experimented with cpuburn and stopping fans. It looks like 82
> RPM is the lowest speed this chip reports, as stopping a fan briefly
> caused it to report 82 RPM.
> I've determined that on my HP dc7700, temp1 is CPU temperature, temp2
> appears to be chipset temperature, and temp3 is system temperature.
> fan1 is CPU, fan3 is PSU fan, and fan4 is the chassis fan on the front
> of the box. fan2 and temp4 appear to be disconnected.
> Hope this is of interest to someone,
If you have a sensors.conf for your system, please post it and I'll
put it in the Wiki.
> Simon Farnsworth
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