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It sounds like you used the MBM5 configuration wizard. All you need to do is install MBM5. STOP when it asks if you want to use Configuration waizzard and reboot.

Then place the config file I posted into the MBM5 into the MBM5 you have install on your rig. Reboot and it sgould come up. There is no need to configure anything.

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It sounds like you used the MBM5 configuration wizard. All you need to do is install MBM5. STOP when it asks if you want to use Configuration waizzard and reboot.

Then place the config file I posted into the MBM5 into the MBM5 you have install on your rig. Reboot and it sgould come up. There is no need to configure anything.

 

 

I want MBM 5 to be able to initiate a shutdown if a certain temp is reached.

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Now I understand.

shouldn't be a problem - it can email you too if the Alarm is activated/Or shuts down

Go into dashboard-temperatures-Alarm functions.

Bottom of page.

 

I think there is some more exotic sheet as well.

I'll look for it, don't want to hold you up :)

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well thank you my man :)

 

This is a pretty cool On Screen Display Script by Heavy B.

Go to settings - Tray & OSD - Select Enable Hot key under OSD settings

Copy the following to OSD Script

 

 

 

~

 

C1SMhz

 

 

 

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V1Vv

 

T1Vc

 

T2Vc

 

~

 

+V3Vv

 

+V4Vv

 

+V5Vv

 

V6Vv

 

V7Vv

 

~

 

MB

 

MB

 

%

 

 

Cntrl+Alt+M to display On Screen for 3 secs. Very Nice

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ok im having those problems still with the overload error. im also having problems with the GPU and GPU ENV sensors, they always read 0. and on top of that my cpu fan speed sensor jumps around from like 5000 rpm to 25000 rpm. any suggestions on how to fix any of these?

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Now I understand.

shouldn't be a problem - it can email you too if the Alarm is activated/Or shuts down

Go into dashboard-temperatures-Alarm functions.

Bottom of page.

 

I think there is some more exotic sheet as well.

I'll look for it, don't want to hold you up :)

 

That's the prob. Does not allow the SHDN tab to be selected. I take it that SHDN refers to shutdown?

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@pswart - check your PM for link I sent last night. NVM it's here

http://www.livewiredev.com/bbs/showthread.php?threadid=2764

also make sure you have everything enabled correctly in Alarm Options. Haven't used the function but this should get ya going.

 

@speedy11309 - not exactly sure what you mean by overload. Try and capture a screenie of the ACtive Dialog error box for us.

GPU Temps - Only ATI cards. The ATITool program allows the export of GPU + GPU Env temps into MBM5 on sensors 5 and 6 when selected. I do not know of a program that will allow us to do it with NV cards yet.

CPU Fan Speed - Is it on a fan controller or using the board's built-in temp controller? What kind of fan is it and how if it plugged in? Do you have specifications that tell you what the RPM should be at full speed? The Fan Speed dividers in MBM5 can help correct inaccuracies. Even your Chipset fan looks low as most read around 7000RPM at Full Speed. Need more information.

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well thank you my man :)

 

This is a pretty cool On Screen Display Script by Heavy B.

Go to settings - Tray & OSD - Select Enable Hot key under OSD settings

Copy the following to OSD Script

 

 

 

~

 

C1SMhz

 

 

 

~

 

V1Vv

 

T1Vc

 

T2Vc

 

~

 

+V3Vv

 

+V4Vv

 

+V5Vv

 

V6Vv

 

V7Vv

 

~

 

MB

 

MB

 

%

 

 

Cntrl+Alt+M to display On Screen for 3 secs. Very Nice

 

This is awesome :drool: Good work guys.

 

Is it possible to display the Chipset temp after the CPU temp, i can't seem to figure out how to do it :confused:

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