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Hi Fiery,

 

today I saw first detailed pic of some testing with Haswell and latest AIDA64 Beta .

Have a look here:

 

http://translate.google.co.ve/translate?sl=zh-CN&tl=en&js=n&prev=_t&hl=es&ie=UTF-8&eotf=1&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.chinadiy.com.cn%2Fhtml%2F24%2Fn-9024.html

 

 

Seems that CPU-Z 1.64 display CPU VRM voltage compare with AIDA64?

 

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Voltage measurement on LGA1150 boards is quite a special thing, since most boards will measure CPU VRM voltage (nominal 1.8V) in the classic CPU Vcore register.  AIDA64 -- and so as other hardware monitoring software -- will have to be adjusted to each board to make sure it shows both the CPU Vcore (if it's possible to measure it) and CPU VRM voltage properly.  Haswell support is still not 100% in the latest AIDA64 beta, but we keep improving it at every new beta updates.  Full support for Haswell, including AVX2 and FMA optimized benchmarks, is scheduled for late May.

 


Regards,

Fiery

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Hi Fiery,

yes I know that is not 100% support.

This is reason I posted links to observe and compare first published results.

 

As last 2 weeks has been many fake and incorrect results (and validation) with CPU-Z.

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Voltage measurement on LGA1150 boards is quite a special thing, since most boards will measure CPU VRM voltage (nominal 1.8V) in the classic CPU Vcore register.  AIDA64 -- and so as other hardware monitoring software -- will have to be adjusted to each board to make sure it shows both the CPU Vcore (if it's possible to measure it) and CPU VRM voltage properly.  Haswell support is still not 100% in the latest AIDA64 beta, but we keep improving it at every new beta updates.  Full support for Haswell, including AVX2 and FMA optimized benchmarks, is scheduled for late May.

 

Regards,

Fiery

Great news! You guys do an awesome job

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Great news! You guys do an awesome job

 

Thank you :)  Meanwhile, we've released AIDA64 v3.00 and a few beta updates after that, and keep improving Haswell support and LGA1150 motherboards support at every updates.

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Hi Fiery,

 

can be Vring and Vdimm added in AIDA64?

GA-Z87X-OC...let me know what else info you need,thanks.

Rgs,

stasio

 

http://i10.aijaa.com/b/00796/12431749.jpg

 

Are those voltage rails measured by Gigabyte EasyTune or the HW Monitor page in the BIOS Setup?

 

Please post an ISA Sensor Dump, a SMBus Dump (Full) dump, and a screen shot of all measured values in Gigabyte EasyTune.

 

Thank you for your help ;)

 

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I'm running the latest BETA and it's reporting CPU VRM voltage and temps but my 3770K doesn't have the VRM on the die so I'm a bit confused :wacko:

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HWiNFO...files attached.

Will post asap EasyTune pic.

 

http://i7.aijaa.com/b/00350/12431817.jpg

 

Thank you!  Please give us a few days to figure out the exact sensor layout for your motherboard.  I'll let you know in this topic once we have a new AIDA64 beta release that you can try ;)

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I'm running the latest BETA and it's reporting CPU VRM voltage and temps but my 3770K doesn't have the VRM on the die so I'm a bit confused :wacko:

 

On certain ASRock motherboards we've added CPU VRM voltage reporting using the onboard CHL8328 VRM chip.  Even though the VRM is not inside the CPU package, it is still useful to check out its voltages.

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On certain ASRock motherboards we've added CPU VRM voltage reporting using the onboard CHL8328 VRM chip.  Even though the VRM is not inside the CPU package, it is still useful to check out its voltages.

Thanks for clearing that up and yes, it is very useful.

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Thank you!  Please give us a few days to figure out the exact sensor layout for your motherboard.  I'll let you know in this topic once we have a new AIDA64 beta release that you can try ;)

No problem Fiery.

Also 4-5 Fans missing (fan5 & 6 also missing in BIOS and ET).

Temp for motherboard,CPU & PCH should be adjusted per ET.

 

http://i8.aijaa.com/b/00011/12433322.jpg

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Hi Fiery,

If possible to have offset voltages and Uncore Power as per HWMonitor?

 

http://i8.aijaa.com/b/00079/12436557.jpg

 

Rgs,stasio

 

In HWMonitor Uncore power is calculated as:

 

UncorePower = PackagePower - IACoresPower - GTCoresPower (if applicable)

We're not 100% certain such calculation is valid, that's why we didn't implement it.

 

As for offset voltages, we don't have any information on how to detect/measure such values :(

 

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Please upgrade to the latest beta version of AIDA64 Extreme Edition available at:

 

http://www.aida64.com/downloads/aida64extremebuild2546y3mbp1kvdjzip

 

After upgrading to this new version, make sure to restart Windows to finalize the upgrade.

 

Let me know how it works.  Please note that some of the fans seem to be measured by not the regular ITE sensor chip, but by an unknown chip via an unknown interface.  We'll need to work on those items.

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Thanks Fiery,

sorry has been a few days away.

Voltage seems OK.....still pending for datasheet for fans.

As I told to Martin, is ITE8790E is proprietary,its an EC controller/general GPIO, like one of those ICs that says iROG on it on the ROG boards......described here:

 

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?286318-The-GIGABYTE-Z87X-OC-Review-with-4770K

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CPU VRM means VR Input voltage for Haswell processors.


I'm afraid we still have no information on IT8790E, hence we cannot figure out where the missing voltage and fan values come from :(
 

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Hi Fiery,

somehow latest 2559 Beta ,didn't autostart in Win7.

All previuos is OK,just this one.

Thanks.

 

12510307.jpg

 

Note:

No IT8790E datasheet atm.

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Try to disable the "Load AIDA64 at Windows startup" option, close AIDA64, open the Windows Task Scheduler, and remove any AIDA64-related tasks you may find there left.  Then start AIDA64 again, and enable the "Load AIDA64 at Windows startup" option.

 

BTW, make sure to have the option AIDA64 Preferences / Layout / "Hide icon and bubble in Notification Area" disabled (unchecked), since using both "Load AIDA64 at Windows startup" and that option is not possible.

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Thanks,will try.

AIDA64 Preferences / Layout / "Hide icon and bubble in Notification Area" are disabled (unchecked).

 

Edit:

In Windows Task Scheduler no any AIDA64-related tasks.

Done evry step you described...restart...did not work.

Nvm,no big deal,I place shortcut in Startup folder.

 

Anyway,thanks Fiery,

rgs,

stasio

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Hi Fiery,

I also noted that CPU temp always stay on single value..... 18C, no matter of actual temp.

 

This week, I works with Martin ,as he know more now about IT8790E chip on OC board (I think OC Force ,Sniper5 and UD5H also has this additional chip) and in his latest HWiNFO 1981 Beta,he implemented a lot of new info.

ALL fans are now present with proper labels......etc....

Please,contact him to get more info.

Thanks in advance.

 

Edit:

Ahh,Martin told me that you are in touch.....

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We've implemented preliminary support for IT8790 in the latest beta version of AIDA64 Extreme Edition available at:

 

http://www.aida64.com/downloads/aida64extremebuild2578wrdfs3x2vhzip

 

After upgrading to this new version, make sure to restart Windows to finalize the upgrade.

 

It will not add any new readings on the Sensor page yet, but it should dump both super I/O chip HWM regions in the ISA Sensor Dump.   Please post an ISA Sensor Dump, so we can check out how it looks, emulate your sensors on our local systems, and implement the missing sensor items ;)

 

Thanks,

Fiery

 

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