[lm-sensors] NCT6775F driver
guenter.roeck at ericsson.com
Wed Jun 15 16:44:39 CEST 2011
On Wed, Jun 15, 2011 at 09:01:20AM -0400, Scott Lipcon wrote:
> I've got a new machine - Intel DP67DE motherboard, Core i5 CPU.
> sensors-detect shows that it has a NCT6775F chip, so I've compiled the driver
> from http://roeck-us.net/linux/drivers/w83627ehf/ and it successfully detects
> and provides output, although I'm doubting some of the values, and wanted to
> see if I could help debug/test driver updates.
> Here's the current output:
> Adapter: ISA adapter
> VCore: +0.89 V (min = +0.50 V, max = +1.74 V)
> +12V: +17.54 V (min = +10.75 V, max = +13.18 V) ALARM
> AVCC: +3.41 V (min = +2.98 V, max = +3.63 V)
> +3.3V: +3.41 V (min = +3.14 V, max = +3.47 V)
> +5V: +4.19 V (min = +4.74 V, max = +5.25 V) ALARM
> +1.3V: +1.06 V (min = +1.17 V, max = +1.43 V) ALARM
> VSB: +3.42 V (min = +2.98 V, max = +3.63 V)
> VBAT: +3.38 V (min = +2.40 V, max = +3.60 V)
> fan1: 620 RPM (min = 0 RPM, div = 32) ALARM
> fan2: 1054 RPM (min = 0 RPM, div = 32) ALARM
> fan3: 620 RPM (min = 0 RPM, div = 32) ALARM
> fan4: 0 RPM (div = 128)
> SYSTIN: +28.0 C (high = +0.0 C, hyst = +0.0 C) ALARM sensor = diode
> CPUTIN: +27.0 C (high = +80.0 C, hyst = +75.0 C) sensor = diode
> PECI Agent 0: +32.0 C (high = +80.0 C, hyst = +75.0 C) sensor = diode
> PCH_CHIP_TEMP: +45.0 C
> PECI Agent 1: +0.0 C (high = +80.0 C, hyst = +75.0 C)
> cpu0_vid: +2.050 V
> The voltages are a bit surprising - obviously the three with ALARM are out of
> range. I'm not sure if I can validate these in the BIOS but I'll try tonight
> when I'm home, but somehow I really doubt my +12V is putting out +17.5.
Agreed, that is unlikely. Most likely your sensors.conf entries, specifically the
multiplication factors, are wrong. Try to run sensors -u to see the raw output.
> I'm not sure why the first 3 fans are showing ALARM, but the values seem
> reasonable. The motherboard only has 3 fan connectors, so fan4 = 0 makes
Possibly you need to repeat the command a couple of times, to make the alarm go away.
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