[lm-sensors] Biostar TA880GB+ Motherboard Information
penorman at mac.com
Sat Nov 19 11:18:49 CET 2011
> From: Jean Delvare [mailto:khali at linux-fr.org]
> To: Paul Norman
> Subject: Re: [lm-sensors] Biostar TA880GB+ Motherboard Information
> > chip "acpitz-virtual-0"
> > # This is essentially the same as the CPU temperature.
> This could be problematic. If ACPI reads from the same registers as the
> IT8712F chip, as these accesses are not synchronized, they could
> collide. This is a problem affecting many boards unfortunately, with no
> good solution so far.
Would disabling it be a good idea then?
Also, do you have any suggestions for the k10temp-pci-00c3 temp1 label?
> Go to the BIOS and watch the +5V and +12V values. Write down every
> different sample you manage to get. The more samples, the better. Then
> check the raw values (from sensors -u) for in0 and in1. Write down all
> samples as well if there are many. From that we can find out who is who
> and the scaling factors.
According to the BIOS +12V is at 12.250 with no variation and +5V is at
5.115. I waited for about 2 minutes.
Both in0_input and in1_input vary between 2.940 and 2.952. They vary
independently, and I only observed in0_input=2.940 under heavy CPU load.
I only observed in1_input=2.940 under heavy IO load.
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