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2019/04/02 10:32:27 (permalink)
Hey.
 
I have a question whether hwinfo can bugged read temperature and voltage?
 
 

 
this tempeatures buuged always
 
and this normal or what is tath
 

 
like that now 10 min in anthem
post edited by lmatyja - 2019/04/02 10:47:34
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    Re: dark x299 and seensors 2019/04/02 11:51:11 (permalink)
    Software readings can be inaccurate. For voltages it's best to use a multimeter to get an accurate reading.

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    Re: dark x299 and seensors 2019/04/02 11:56:10 (permalink)
    but my friend have same settings and working good :(
    and oki
    uncore offset 1.25V its oki in bios is 295
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    Re: dark x299 and seensors 2019/04/02 12:00:53 (permalink)
    Your temps show the system at idle & load which is normal.

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    Re: dark x299 and seensors 2019/04/02 12:02:50 (permalink)
    normal is 1.15V uncore offset in bios and hw info buuged to 1.23V
     
    same tmeps for 63
     
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    Re: dark x299 and seensors 2019/04/02 12:37:57 (permalink)
    and i want 4000 mhz memory uncore offset its ok to 24/7 1.245V?
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    Re: dark x299 and seensors 2019/04/02 14:56:49 (permalink)
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    its ok to 24/7 1.245V?

    Yeah.

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    Re: dark x299 and seensors 2019/04/02 21:58:54 (permalink)
    Thx Goku :D
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    Re: dark x299 and seensors 2019/04/02 22:42:06 (permalink)
    Haha. No problem. 

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    Re: dark x299 and seensors 2019/04/10 00:22:37 (permalink)
    Stuff like you seeing could be caused by other software interfacing motherboard SMBus controller. Perhaps you have some other software that runs in background, and causing interface collisions and error packets, resulting in wrong values in HWiNFO. Typical example of such software is RGB software for DIMMs or fan control software. Try to close everything except HWiNFO to see if issue persists.
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    Re: dark x299 and seensors 2019/04/10 12:22:20 (permalink)
    To Note the "SMBus Driver" is updated with the Intel Chipset Drivers.
    Intel® Chipset Driver for Windows Version: 10.1.17969.8134 (Latest)
    Info https://forums.evga.com/FindPost/2898395 
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    Re: dark x299 and seensors 2019/05/06 01:00:35 (permalink)
    oki  tell me thane witch sensore give true DIMM voltage
     
    ???????????????
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    Re: dark x299 and seensors 2019/05/06 01:14:27 (permalink)
     They both do. DIMM 0/1 show memory voltage on the left side (near rear I/O) and 2/3 shows right side (near power connectors).
    Each side use independent power regulator and can be controlled separately in BIOS.
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    Re: dark x299 and seensors 2019/05/06 01:21:18 (permalink)
    obi but we have 4 sensor which is true ?
    this 2 on up or 2 on down ?
     
     
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    Re: dark x299 and seensors 2019/05/06 01:31:58 (permalink)
    Difference is within margin of error +/-5%. If you want accurate voltage down to millivolt, you'll have to use DMM (that's not just for EVGA HW, but for any PC hardware).
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    Re: dark x299 and seensors 2019/05/06 01:40:26 (permalink)
    and last question where i find spread spectrum ? is on bios or no
     
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    Re: dark x299 and seensors 2019/05/06 01:54:18 (permalink)
    There is no SS setting available in BIOS, it's always on.
     
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    Re: dark x299 and seensors 2019/05/06 01:57:42 (permalink)
    it's bad for this, some times my frequency going up to 4.789 and voltage up to 1.281 or going dow to 4.679, normal stable is 4.7 1.265V, temps is under 78C for full load
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    Re: dark x299 and seensors 2019/05/06 02:06:25 (permalink)
    You can bump BCLK to 100.2 in BIOS to get even numbers for frequency. Clock spread spectrum improve EMI/RFI issues, that's why this was designed in for modern CPU/GPUs.
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    Re: dark x299 and seensors 2019/05/06 02:07:16 (permalink)
    ok i will try
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    Re: dark x299 and seensors 2019/05/06 04:57:33 (permalink)
    not hlep this, is but is not now 4789 now is 4749 :)
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