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Given:  an e3-1245 xeon processor on GB ga-h87-d3h mobo.

 

1. Aida shows cpu package power as 0.41W, which is dramatically low and obviously wrong.

2. In idle cpu state aida 3.0 always shows higher Vcore (~1.1V) than 3.20 (~0.8V). Both Cpuid and sensors pages affected.

3. OCZ deneva 2r is not properly recognized: shown as D2RSTK251M11-0100 (although this is right internal model name).

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sens_e3-1245_ga-h87-d3h.txt

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1) CPU Package Power: Make sure to upgrade to the latest beta version of AIDA64 Extreme available at:

 

http://www.aida64.com/downloads/aida64extremebuild2631xjbvz0sn9czip

 

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

 

If the problem persists, then please right-click on the bottom status bar of AIDA64 main window --> CPU Debug --> CPUID & MSR Dump.  Send us the file as an attachment or copy-paste the full dump into a forum post.

 

2) Vcore:  After upgrading to the beta release I've linked above, make sure to verify Vcore against Gigabyte's EasyTune utility, at both idle and under full CPU load.  If the values do not match, then please let me know both values (AIDA64 Vcore reading, EasyTune Vcore reading) at both states (idle, full load).

 

3) OCZ: After upgrading to the beta release I've linked above, please right-click on the bottom status bar of AIDA64 main window --> Disk Debug --> ATA Dump.  Send us the file as an attachment or copy-paste the full dump into a forum post.

 

 

Thanks,

Fiery

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GB EasyTune ver B13.1008.2 installed but failed to run with code CLR20r3 :(

Intel management engine: present.

.Net4 present.

No other monitor utilities.

No discrete graphics card, processor's built-in used.

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We've just tested it with AIDA64 v4.00, on a Xeon E3-1245 v3 CPU (default clocks, stock settings) in a Supermicro X10SAE motherboard, under Win7 64-bit SP1, and got a minimum of 2.8W reading for CPU Package power. Under heavy load (AIDA64 System Stability Test with only FPU subtest enabled) it went up to 73W.

 

Please try it with AIDA64 v4.00, and let me know if it helps.

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Results with latest v4.0 b2706 (under the same w7sp1 x64). CPU package consumes less than Dimm :blink:.

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Is this a processor (as haswell has built-in PSU) or mobo issue?

PS  Deneva 2r SSD still didn't recognized.

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I think it is due to a BIOS programming issue.  Maybe it programs the measurement unit field incorrectly, and that's why you get too low readings.

 

We'll add OCZ Deneva 2 and Talos 2 SSDs in the next AIDA64 beta release due in a few days ;)

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