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Everrest correct read the value but the label attached on it is incorrect...

It can't be because when I manually stop the CPU fan, the CPU temp goes up, and so does the Aux temp. I wonder why Everest has them switched like that.

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When Everest loses the CPU fan the next sensed fan is detected as the CPU fan. I watch it happen all the time when my CPU fan cuts off due to low temp.

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cause chipset is heating up too. It's a lil fugged up. try the beta

 

you nVidia guys need to keep tryin' HELP! :)

 

EDIT: Good point as always ExRoadie

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Ok ok....so I didn't read the BETA part of your thread :P

 

Anyways, things seem to show up perfectly on the Beta version. Thanks! :) So what do you need to have this pop up in MBM?

 

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You'll need to set whichever sensor/s to "custom" for MBM5 to read them.

 

read through my post one more time. I really don't know how to explain it any better

 

Remember, I am a graduate of M.I.T.

 

"Mistakes I've Tried" :)

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you are going to need to open up MBM5 with the lil arrows on the right

 

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and then make sure that you have selected a sensor and custom and then select display in dashboard screen at bottom.

 

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This is what I'm getting in the System Info page under "Sensor Chip Selections":

-Sensor Chip Selections-

 

Possible Temp Sensors[1] : ITE8712F-1

Possible Temp Sensors[2] : ITE8712F-1 Diode

Possible Temp Sensors[3] : ITE8712F-2

Possible Temp Sensors[4] : ITE8712F-2 Diode

Possible Temp Sensors[5] : ITE8712F-3

Possible Temp Sensors[6] : ITE8712F-3 Diode

Possible Temp Sensors[8] : WDC WD1600JD-00GBB0 [0]

 

Selected Temp Sensors[1] : ITE8712F-1 Diode (379)

Selected Temp Sensors[2] : ITE8712F-2 (193)

Selected Temp Sensors[3] : ITE8712F-3 (194)

Selected Temp Sensors[4] : WDC WD1600JD-00GBB0 [0] (437)

 

I guess it isn't even reading the NVIDIA temp sensors?

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post above ya. set unused temp sensors 5 and up to "custom". Probably need to have the nVidia temp program open as well. Keep tryin" - why should I be the only one with a headache :nod:

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some info on GeForce from Googling (i don't have a GeForce so can't test it out)

http://members.chello.nl/m.scheumie/msiplugin/

 

i saw this mention of using a plug-in. not sure if it refers to the one linked above.

http://www.overclock.net/archive/index.php/t-4089.html

 

i had to wonder, though, he mentions 127c not equaling the 54c in his Vid Card monitoring software . . . 127F is ~53c . . . maybe plug-in works, just need to convert F -> C??

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feature found on MBM5 site

- Detection of Asus SmartDoctor 2.x being installed which allowes readout of Asus Geforce cards via MBM

 

does Asus customize their vid-cards or are they basically reference design? maybe try this Asus utility? or did your vid-card come with any utilities?

 

the latest version of SmartDoctor is 4.68. you should either 1) find someone with an Asus card and see if this still gives data to MBM, or 2) just install it and see what happens!

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