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Asus X470-F Gaming (BIOS 5406): Chipset temperature sensor value missing

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Hello.

I've just updated the BIOS for my Asus X470-F Gaming to 5406 and it seems that the Chipset temperature sensor value is not showing anymore in AIDA64 sensors' list (using 6.20.5312 Beta version).

I've attached the isasensordump.txt and it seems its Sensor #12.

Thank you for your support.

isasensordump.txt

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6 hours ago, timiman said:

Hello.

I've just updated the BIOS for my Asus X470-F Gaming to 5406 and it seems that the Chipset temperature sensor value is not showing anymore in AIDA64 sensors' list (using 6.20.5312 Beta version).

I've attached the isasensordump.txt and it seems its Sensor #12.

Thank you for your support.

isasensordump.txt 16.06 kB · 1 download

Do you have Asus WMI sensor support enabled in AIDA64 / main menu / File / Preferences / Stability?  Can you please post a copy-paste or screenshot of the Computer / Sensor page of AIDA64?

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Yes, Asus WMI is enabled on Stability page.

Here is a copy of Computer/Sensors page:

Field    Value
Sensor Properties    
Sensor Type    Asus WMI  (WMI)
    
Temperatures    
Motherboard    25 °C
CPU    34 °C
CPU Diode    36 °C
Power Supply #1    38 °C
Power Supply #2    28 °C
WDC WD4005FZBX-00K5WB0    31 °C
WDC WD3003FZEX-00Z4SA0    31 °C
Samsung SSD 850 PRO 256GB    32 °C
WDC WD30EFRX-68EUZN0    27 °C
    
Cooling Fans    
CPU    991 RPM
Chassis #1    4591 RPM
Chassis #2    2008 RPM
Chassis #3    289 RPM
Power Supply    0 RPM
AIO Pump    907 RPM
    
Voltage Values    
CPU Core    1.45 V
CPU VID    0.81 V
+3.3 V    3.30 V
+5 V    5.00 V
+12 V    12.09 V
+3.3 V Standby    3.36 V
CPU VDD    1.50 V
CPU VDDNB    1.14 V
Power Supply    230.00 V
    
Current Values    
CPU VDD    27.02 A
CPU VDDNB    14.79 A
+3.3 V    1.81 A
+5 V    4.44 A
+12 V    6.00 A
    
Power Values    
CPU Package    47.86 W
CPU VDD    40.53 W
CPU VDDNB    16.83 W
+3.3 V    5.98 W
+5 V    22.19 W
+12 V    72.56 W
Power Supply    100.73 W

 

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On 12/22/2019 at 8:51 AM, timiman said:

Yes, Asus WMI is enabled on Stability page.

Here is a copy of Computer/Sensors page:

Field    Value
Sensor Properties    
Sensor Type    Asus WMI  (WMI)
    
Temperatures    
Motherboard    25 °C
CPU    34 °C
CPU Diode    36 °C
Power Supply #1    38 °C
Power Supply #2    28 °C
WDC WD4005FZBX-00K5WB0    31 °C
WDC WD3003FZEX-00Z4SA0    31 °C
Samsung SSD 850 PRO 256GB    32 °C
WDC WD30EFRX-68EUZN0    27 °C
    
Cooling Fans    
CPU    991 RPM
Chassis #1    4591 RPM
Chassis #2    2008 RPM
Chassis #3    289 RPM
Power Supply    0 RPM
AIO Pump    907 RPM
    
Voltage Values    
CPU Core    1.45 V
CPU VID    0.81 V
+3.3 V    3.30 V
+5 V    5.00 V
+12 V    12.09 V
+3.3 V Standby    3.36 V
CPU VDD    1.50 V
CPU VDDNB    1.14 V
Power Supply    230.00 V
    
Current Values    
CPU VDD    27.02 A
CPU VDDNB    14.79 A
+3.3 V    1.81 A
+5 V    4.44 A
+12 V    6.00 A
    
Power Values    
CPU Package    47.86 W
CPU VDD    40.53 W
CPU VDDNB    16.83 W
+3.3 V    5.98 W
+5 V    22.19 W
+12 V    72.56 W
Power Supply    100.73 W

Thank you.  It means the Asus WMI ACPI interface fails to provide a meaningful chipset thermal reading.  It's most likely due to a BIOS bug that Asus will fix (and soon, hopefully).

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Just a small update.

Having exchanged emails with Asus's support, they've told me to check if the PCH temperature can be read from their AiSuite III application ( bliaaahhh :wacko: ), which it does.

But, on the other hand, their software is really bad and a main cause of system instability, so I don't even have it installed !

Having a really small hope of Asus taking care of this issue in the end.

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