[lm-sensors] Fintek F71889ED is unsupported (hack patch included)

Maarten Maathuis madman2003 at gmail.com
Mon May 31 18:26:04 CEST 2010


On Fri, May 28, 2010 at 11:25 PM, Maarten Maathuis <madman2003 at gmail.com> wrote:
> This appears to be a pretty new Super I/O IC, which i found on my new
> motherboard (MSI 870A-G54).
>
> I couldn't find a datasheet, but this link
> (http://code.google.com/p/open-hardware-monitor/source/detail?r=130#)
> suggests that it can be trivially added to the f71882fg driver.
>
> So i tried that, pretending it was a f71889fg.
>
> This is the output i got, i appended what i think about the values:
>
> f71889ed-isa-0600
> Adapter: ISA adapter
> in0:         +1.66 V
> in1:         +0.90 V  (max =  +2.04 V)  <-- Vcore, 1.11 V when in high
> power mode, this seems accurate (compared to bios)
> in2:         +1.07 V
> in3:         +0.88 V
> in4:         +0.62 V
> in5:         +1.27 V
> in6:         +1.55 V
> in7:         +1.66 V
> in8:         +1.64 V
> fan1:        785 RPM <-- cpu fan, accurate (compared to bios)
> fan2:          0 RPM  ALARM
> fan3:          0 RPM  ALARM
> temp1:       +24.0 C  (high = +255.0 C, hyst = +251.0 C)  ALARM  <--
> cpu temp, probably accurate (compared to bios)
>                      (crit = +255.0 C, hyst = +251.0 C)  ALARM
> sensor = Intel PECI
> temp2:         FAULT  (high = +255.0 C, hyst = +251.0 C)
>                      (crit = +255.0 C, hyst = +251.0 C)  sensor = transistor
> temp3:       +33.0 C  (high = +255.0 C, hyst = +253.0 C)  ALARM   <--
> system temp, probably accurate (compared to bios)
>                      (crit = +255.0 C, hyst = +253.0 C)  ALARM
> sensor = transistor
>
> So please tell me what you think, any ideas how this can be improved.
> Especially the system voltages are horribly mis-calibrated it seems.
>
> Please CC me upon reply, i am not subscribed to the mailing-list.
>
> Maarten.
>
>
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>

Anyone?

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