[lm-sensors] adt7473 for NVIDIA
khali at linux-fr.org
Tue Mar 16 23:18:43 CET 2010
On Tue, 16 Mar 2010 12:30:11 -0700, Phillip Pi wrote:
> Interesting. I exited my X and back to bash/console, and GeForce 8800
> GT's sensors results are different now.
> $ sensors
> Adapter: Virtual device
> temp1: +21.8°C (crit = +96.8°C)
> Adapter: PCI adapter
> Core0 Temp: +34.0°C
> Core1 Temp: +21.0°C
> Adapter: NVIDIA i2c adapter
> in1: +2.94 V (min = +2.94 V, max = +2.94 V) ALARM
> +3.3V: +4.31 V (min = +4.31 V, max = +4.31 V)
> fan1: 82 RPM (min = 82 RPM) ALARM
> fan2: 82 RPM (min = 82 RPM) ALARM
> fan3: 82 RPM (min = 82 RPM) ALARM
> fan4: 82 RPM (min = 82 RPM) ALARM
> temp1: -5.0°C (low = -5.0°C, high = -5.0°C) ALARM
> Board Temp: -5.0°C (low = -5.0°C, high = -5.0°C) ALARM
> temp3: -5.0°C (low = -5.0°C, high = -5.0°C) ALARM
> Is that normal especially for the temperature readings?
This is not "normal", but still expected: the I2C adapters are driven by
your X nvidia driver, which gets inactive when you get to the console.
This is a design flaw, the I2C buses should be working all the time,
blame nvidia for it.
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