[lm-sensors] MSI K9N4 SLI-F sensors-detect says use w83627ehf but it won't load
Curt.Blank at curtronics.com
Fri Mar 23 04:00:53 CET 2007
Jan van Tiggelen wrote:
> Curt, hi,-
> Assuming that you've figured out a correct setting for your FAN divisors,
> last thing left to do is setting right labels and Vin calculation for the
> other channels.
The divisors were ok out of the box, I was just trying to change 4 & 5
to see if there where fans connected before I had the schematic and it
showed there were no fans connected.
> So, based on your feedback of voltage levels, and with the schematics of the
> MSI K9N4 SLI-F and the pre-set definitions of the W83627EHF calculations I
> could suggest for sensors.conf:
> chip "w83627dhg-*"
> label in0 "VCore"
> label in1 "+12V"
> label in2 "5V"
> label in3 "-12V"
> label in5 "AVCC"
> label in7 "VSB"
> label in8 "VBAT"
> compute in1 @*(1+(56/10)), @/(1+(56/10))
> compute in2 @*(1+(22/10)), @/(1+(22/10))
> compute in3 -@*(1+(56/10)), -@/(1+(56/10))
> Let me know if this gives you the correct readings. If it's not, I'll try
> and get the values for Rin and Rf.
I'll give this a try.
> And for the FAN labels:
> Label fan3 "Northbridge Fan"
I did already. :)
> Honestly speaking: for the voltage computations I lost track a bit, since
> 627EH is derived from 781D in turn...
> Maybe you could post a better update, with the mainboard on hand?
Ok, but what do you mean by a better update? And MB on hand?
Here's the results of plugging in your equations:
Adapter: ISA adapter
VCore: +1.23 V (min = +0.00 V, max = +1.74 V)
+12V: +12.30 V (min = +6.97 V, max = +5.23 V)
5V: +10.44 V (min = +7.48 V, max = +10.75 V)
-12V: -21.54 V (min = -5.91 V, max = -18.27 V)
in4: +1.54 V (min = +1.23 V, max = +0.02 V)
AVCC: +1.46 V (min = +0.24 V, max = +0.78 V)
in6: +1.61 V (min = +0.17 V, max = +0.53 V)
VSB: +3.26 V (min = +2.18 V, max = +2.26 V)
VBAT: +2.99 V (min = +2.08 V, max = +0.86 V)
> Kind regards,
> Jan van Tiggelen
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