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  1. 13 hours ago, Fiery said:

    VDIMM VRM temperature is measured as DIMM temperature in AIDA64.  I'm not sure about the other one though.  Is it shown among the other readings for EVGA Z390 Dark EC sensor?

    OK, got the VDIMM VRM.

     

    In HWiNFO, the VR VCC temperature is listed under CPU (#0): Intel Core i9-9900K; Enhanced.


  2. On 7/27/2019 at 10:58 AM, Fiery said:

    Yes, but the motherboard should have them included in the box.

    eVGA Z390 Dark motherboard.

    No thermistor cables, and no mention of thermistor headers in the manual, only voltage headers (Probe It).

    AIDA64 would not normally report non-existent sensors, would it?


  3. 3 hours ago, Fiery said:

    Those are headers on the motherboard where you connect thermistor cables.

    OK, thanks for the info.

    So, I would use those for an external temperature sensor, for example?

    Looking around, I see both 10K and 100K thermistors. I am guessing it matters which I would use?

     


  4. On Friday, July 26, 2019 at 3:26 AM, Fiery said:

    Those are the thermal readings that the BIOS Setup (UEFI Setup) labels as EC_TEMP1 and EC_TEMP2.  Previously we've put those readings among generic thermal readings (e.g. Temperature #1), but now they got their dedicated temperature slot in the AIDA64 hardware monitoring module.

    OK, thanks.

    What component are they monitoring the temperature of?


  5. 21 hours ago, tistou77 said:
    There is a sensor for the controller and a sensor for the processor (or something like that),
    So normal that it is not the same temperatures

    Which is why I requested the second temperature display.


  6. I know I am the one who requested this feature, so I am obviously biased, but I see ~4 to 8 C° difference in the two temperatures at idle on each of my 960EVO (RAID0), and as much as 25 C° difference, for example, when running a system virus scan.


  7. 60°C and 90°C?

    Those are crazy high temps.

    Using 4679 BETA; I get 54°C and 58°C running the Stress Local Disks test for five minutes. (Second sensor.)

    Using 4687 BETA; I get 31°C and 32°C running the Stress Local Disks test for five minutes. (First sensor.)


  8. One other thing I noticed; with HWiNFO, there are two temperature sensors reported by S.M.A.R.T.

     

    One seems to change very little, perhaps one or two C°. As I recall, when AIDA64 was reporting the drive temperatures, it did not vary much either.

     

    On the other hand, the second temperature sensor may change as much as 20 C° with the amount of activity on the array.

     

    I have attached a screen snip of the HWiNFO sensor display. Hopefully that may help.

    HWiNFO NVME temps.JPG

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