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Gigabyte Z77X-D3H sensor readings

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stasio    0

Hi Fiery,

just start today testing Z77X-D3H and Vdimm missing in AIDA64.

CPU Vcore AIDA64.........CPU Vtt

+12V AIDA64............13.03V

+12V ET6.................12.16V

+3.3V AIDA64...............1.64V

+3.3V ET6....................3.36V

Will check another reading later.

Report attached.

Best regards.

Z77X-D3H Report.zip

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stasio    0

On Martin (HWiNFO) forum you can see our discussion.

Thanks.

Edit:

Also VTT voltage always show default 1.056V,

even I change in BIOS to 1.10-1.14V.

Edit 1:

Confirm today that VTT voltage more then default is BIOS bug.

So, AIDA64 and HWiNFO show correct value of 1.056V in sensors page.

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stasio    0

Fiery,

about temperature , ET6 and BIOS reading PCH temp (62C).

Where is this in AIDA64? (AUX ,but reading is offset?)

Motherboard temperature also offset by 3C.

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Fiery    298

IMHO "Aux" is the actual system temperature, "CPU" is labelled right. I'm not sure where PCH temperature comes from. If it's possible, please check if "Motherboard" in AIDA64 may be the actual PCH temperature with an offset.

Thanks,

Fiery

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stasio    0

Hi Fiery,

South Brigde temp......OK

Vcore..........................OK

Vdimm.........................OK

VTT..............................Missing

+12V............................OK

+3.3V...........................OK

Thanks,

Stasio

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Fiery    298

Thank you for the feedback! AFAIK VTT voltage cannot be measured on your motherboard. That's why it's missing from the BIOS Setup HW Monitor page and ET6 sensor page as well.

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stasio    0

Fiery,

ET6 sensor page,never show VTT also in P45/P55/P67/Z68 series,but in AIDA64 (Everest) we have always this info.

Previous 1906 Beta (1900) show correct VTT,but not Vcore and Vdimm.

HWiNFO and SIV measured VTT correct.

Value is same as set in BIOS.

Thanks.

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Fiery    298

Then please configure 2 different VTT levels in the BIOS Setup, and copy-paste the relevant AIDA64 ISA Sensor Dumps, indicating what VTT level is configured.

Thanks,

Fiery

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Fiery    298

Thank you. So VTT is actually measured by the sensor chip of your motherboard. Quite odd that neither the BIOS Setup or ET6 shows the measured voltage value.

Anyway, it will be implemented in the next AIDA64 beta release due next week ;)

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stasio    0

Thanks Fiery,

VTT voltage OK.

Edit:

Fiery,

if possible to add IMC voltage for GB X79 and Z77 (if ITE support)?

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Fiery    298

Thank you for the feedback. AFAIK IMC voltage is not measured on those motherboards.

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stasio    0

Hi Fiery,

Will be great if you will adjust memory voltage reading for Gigabyte Z77 series with notch down,as is slightly higher then in ET6 and BIOS.

Pic attached,thanks in advance.

Rgs,

Stasio

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Fiery    298

Can you please create a new screen shot at a slightly different Vdimm setting? We'd like to verify if the offset is constant across other Vdimm levels as well.

Thanks,

Fiery

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stasio    0

Sure,thanks Fiery.

Attached 3 different Vdimm voltage 1.52V.1.57V and 1.61V in BIOS.

Seems to be offset.

SIV 4.31 show correct.

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