[lm-sensors] Config file for Gigabyte MA785GM-US2H
journeay at gmail.com
Sun Aug 29 14:58:19 CEST 2010
Sorry for the late response. I based this off of a file called
sensors-Gigabyte-965P-DS3.conf taken from here:
I found the reference here:
Sorry about the date, and not correcting the comment about scaling,
although I have to admit, scaling in0 is dubious. I did it to make the
lm-sensor readings match the BIOS readings, but the BIOS reading is
somewhat high for an Athlon II X2 245 which should be 0.85 to 1.425 V
from the specs I can find on the web. Thanks for also pointing out the
errors in setting the temp limits, I did bang this one out rather
quickly. Plus, I'm still not sure exactly sure what components the
temps are really reading.
I've attached an updated file.
On Thu, 2010-08-19 at 18:27 +0200, Jean Delvare wrote:
> Hi Glen,
> On Thu, 12 Aug 2010 20:27:06 -0700, Glen wrote:
> > Here's a config file I worked up for the Gigabyte MA758GM-US2H. It's
> > based off of one taken from your web site. This is NOT confirmed by
> > examination of the MB, just by observed readings.
> Out of curiosity, which configuration file did you start from?
> > # lm_sensors configuration file for the Gigabyte MA785GM-US2H motherboard
> > # 8-12-2010 G. Journeay <journeay at gmail.com>
> Please follow ISO-8601 for dates, otherwise it's ambiguous. I read the
> above as December 8th, withe you certainly meant August 12th.
> > ### Voltages
> > label in0 "Vcore"
> > label in1 "Vram" # "DDR2" in BIOS
> > label in2 "+3.3V"
> > label in3 "+5V" # Not in BIOS
> > ignore in4
> > ignore in5
> > ignore in6
> > label in7 "+12V"
> > label in8 "Vbat" # Not in BIOS
> > # Vcore, Vram, +3.3V and Vbat are connected directly, so no compute
> > # line is needed for these. For +5V the chip is configured to use
> > # internal scaling. For +12V the default resistors seem to have been
> > # used.
> > compute in0 @ * ( 3/10+1), @ / ( 3/10+1)
> This is inconsistent. You just said that Vcore didn't need any scaling,
> yet you have a compute statement for Vcore. In all honestly, I would be
> very surprised if it were correct... Vcore is never scaled, it doesn't
> need to (it's way below the +4.08V limit.) How did you come up with it?
> > compute in3 @ * (6.8/10+1), @ / (6.8/10+1)
> > compute in7 @ * ( 45/10+1), @ / ( 45/10+1)
> > ### Temperatures
> > label temp1 "CPU Temp"
> > label temp3 "NBr Temp"
> > label temp2 "MB Temp"
> Would be more intuitive to leave them in order.
> > set temp1_min 0
> > set temp1_max 60
> > set temp2_min 0
> > set temp3_max 50
> > set temp3_min 0
> > set temp3_max 50
> You're setting temp3_max twice, and you're never setting temp2_max.
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# lm_sensors configuration file for the Gigabyte MA785GM-US2H motherboard
# 2010-8-12 G. Journeay <journeay at gmail.com>
# Comments welcome!
label in0 "Vcore"
label in1 "Vram" # "DDR2" in BIOS
label in2 "+3.3V"
label in3 "+5V" # Not in BIOS
label in7 "+12V"
label in8 "Vbat" # Not in BIOS
# Vram, +3.3V and Vbat are connected directly, so no compute
# line is needed for these. For +5V the chip is configured to use
# internal scaling. For Vcore and +12, compute values derived from
# comparison of BIOS values and raw readings from lm sensors.
compute in3 @ * (6.8/10+1), @ / (6.8/10+1)
compute in7 @ * ( 45/10+1), @ / ( 45/10+1)
# The BIOS won't set any limit for voltages.
set in0_min 0.85
set in0_max 1.425
set in1_min 1.8 * 0.95
set in1_max 1.8 * 1.05
set in2_min 3.3 * 0.95
set in2_max 3.3 * 1.05
set in3_min 5 * 0.95
set in3_max 5 * 1.05
set in7_min 12 * 0.95
set in7_max 12 * 1.05
label temp1 "CPU Temp"
label temp3 "NBr Temp"
label temp2 "MB Temp"
set temp1_min 0
set temp1_max 60
set temp2_min 0
set temp2_max 50
set temp3_min 0
set temp3_max 50
label fan1 "CPU Fan"
label fan2 "SYS Fan"
label fan4 "NB Fan"
# Adjust for your own fans
set fan1_min 1000
set fan4_min 1000
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