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Thread: HWiNFO64 Auxiliary reading off the charts.....help!!




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    Default HWiNFO64 Auxiliary reading off the charts.....help!!

    I just created the 2nd computer in my signature.

    Everything seemed to be running just fine, until I installed HWiNFO64 and ran it.

    My "Auxiliary" temperature is sitting rock solid at 193.5 degrees Celsius. (yes, one hundred and ninety three point five).

    All the figures below are from HWiNFO64 and are the maximum while I had it running. The system has no load on it.
    I cannot link a screenshot because it is on the other computer, but this is the information in that area (all degrees in Celsius):

    Nuvoton NCT6776F
    Motherboard
    CPU
    Auxiliary
    SYSTIN1
    SYSTIN2
    SYSTIN3
    CPU (PECI)
    VCore
    +12V
    AVCC
    +3.3V
    +5V
    3VSB
    Power
    28 degrees
    27.5 degrees
    193.5 degrees
    28.5 degrees
    28.5 degrees
    28.5 degrees
    40.0 degrees
    1.224 V
    12.302 V
    3.376 V
    3.376 V
    5.088 V
    3.456 V
    2331 RPM

    I am really really hoping that this is a dud reading. If not, there should be molten metal running out of my box anytime soon.

    Can anyone advise me on this please?

    MAIN PC
    CPU
    - i7-3820 @ 3.60Ghz
    MB - AsRock X79 Extreme6 (Bios P2.80)
    RAM - 2 x 8Gb Patriot Viper 1866 CL10 Series @933Mhz
    GPU - ASUS Radeon HD 7870 Direct CU II (2Gb) x 2 (XFire)
    CASE - Fractal Design Desire R4 Black Case (windowless)
    FANS - Standard Fan CPU, 5 x FD Silent 2 140mm Fans in case
    PSU - Thermaltake R2 800W
    SSD - Sandisk SDSSDHP2 240Gb (boot)
    HDD - 2 x Seagate ST2000DM001 2Tb HDD (Storage)
    SYS - Win7 x64 Ultimate
    KB - Logitech K350 Wireless
    MOU -
    Razor Naga Molten mouse
    MON - ASUS VS247H (1920 x 1080)
    UPS - Belkin Line Interactive 1400VA 840W
    System is not overclocked at all.
    2ND PC
    AMD FM2 A10-7850K @ 3.70Ghz
    AsRock FM2A88X Extreme6+ (Bios P2.90)
    2 x 4Gb G.Skill Ripjaws F3-12800CL9D-8GBXL

    Kaveri Spectre Desktop (onboard) @ 760Mhz
    Thermaltake V9 case (1 x 120mm, 1 x 240mm fan)
    Corsair H80i Water Cooler w/2 x 120mm fans
    Seasonic G-Series (SSR-650RM Active PFC F3) 650W

    OCZ Vertex 4 120Gb SSD (Boot)
    2 x ST2000DM001 2Tb HDD (Storage)
    Win7 X64 Ultimate
    Logitech G15 (6 G Keys) USB
    Logitech MX-518 mouse
    Phillips 22HFL3350D/10 (1920 x 1080)
    NAS - Netgear RN104-100AJS 4 Bay (not hooked in)
    Not overclocking


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    Default Re: HWiNFO64 Auxiliary reading off the charts.....help!!

    That's nothin'. Mines at 200c

    I don't know where temp that comes from but I'd safely say you can ignore it.

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    Default Re: HWiNFO64 Auxiliary reading off the charts.....help!!

    Quote Originally Posted by - wardog - View Post
    That's nothin'. Mines at 200c
    I'll assume since we've PM'd you know that's on my same board, FM2A88X Extreme6+.

    You should probably update your BIOS seeings ASRock pulled and for whatever reasons no longer offer 1.86 for download. Really? 1.86?
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    Default Re: HWiNFO64 Auxiliary reading off the charts.....help!!

    Sorry. Bios P1.80-15B. I do have a photo on my phone, just haven't uploaded em yet.

    And yeah, I knew you had the same board, but I didn't know it gave a spurious reading.

    I think I missed some install files. I had to use the ones downloaded from AsRock, I don't have a optical drive in that PC.

    MAIN PC
    CPU
    - i7-3820 @ 3.60Ghz
    MB - AsRock X79 Extreme6 (Bios P2.80)
    RAM - 2 x 8Gb Patriot Viper 1866 CL10 Series @933Mhz
    GPU - ASUS Radeon HD 7870 Direct CU II (2Gb) x 2 (XFire)
    CASE - Fractal Design Desire R4 Black Case (windowless)
    FANS - Standard Fan CPU, 5 x FD Silent 2 140mm Fans in case
    PSU - Thermaltake R2 800W
    SSD - Sandisk SDSSDHP2 240Gb (boot)
    HDD - 2 x Seagate ST2000DM001 2Tb HDD (Storage)
    SYS - Win7 x64 Ultimate
    KB - Logitech K350 Wireless
    MOU -
    Razor Naga Molten mouse
    MON - ASUS VS247H (1920 x 1080)
    UPS - Belkin Line Interactive 1400VA 840W
    System is not overclocked at all.
    2ND PC
    AMD FM2 A10-7850K @ 3.70Ghz
    AsRock FM2A88X Extreme6+ (Bios P2.90)
    2 x 4Gb G.Skill Ripjaws F3-12800CL9D-8GBXL

    Kaveri Spectre Desktop (onboard) @ 760Mhz
    Thermaltake V9 case (1 x 120mm, 1 x 240mm fan)
    Corsair H80i Water Cooler w/2 x 120mm fans
    Seasonic G-Series (SSR-650RM Active PFC F3) 650W

    OCZ Vertex 4 120Gb SSD (Boot)
    2 x ST2000DM001 2Tb HDD (Storage)
    Win7 X64 Ultimate
    Logitech G15 (6 G Keys) USB
    Logitech MX-518 mouse
    Phillips 22HFL3350D/10 (1920 x 1080)
    NAS - Netgear RN104-100AJS 4 Bay (not hooked in)
    Not overclocking


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    Default Re: HWiNFO64 Auxiliary reading off the charts.....help!!

    Or you could have probably ripped the whole directory off the Support CD onto a usb stick too, then copied to the new HDD/system.

    But downloading from the ASRock site ensures you have the latest available, not ones that were pressed a year or more ago.

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    Default Re: HWiNFO64 Auxiliary reading off the charts.....help!!

    I did that for Windows (well, created a boot USB, following the recommended method).

    Didn't even think to do it with the CD. Might do that now and see what I missed. I am sure there is something

    MAIN PC
    CPU
    - i7-3820 @ 3.60Ghz
    MB - AsRock X79 Extreme6 (Bios P2.80)
    RAM - 2 x 8Gb Patriot Viper 1866 CL10 Series @933Mhz
    GPU - ASUS Radeon HD 7870 Direct CU II (2Gb) x 2 (XFire)
    CASE - Fractal Design Desire R4 Black Case (windowless)
    FANS - Standard Fan CPU, 5 x FD Silent 2 140mm Fans in case
    PSU - Thermaltake R2 800W
    SSD - Sandisk SDSSDHP2 240Gb (boot)
    HDD - 2 x Seagate ST2000DM001 2Tb HDD (Storage)
    SYS - Win7 x64 Ultimate
    KB - Logitech K350 Wireless
    MOU -
    Razor Naga Molten mouse
    MON - ASUS VS247H (1920 x 1080)
    UPS - Belkin Line Interactive 1400VA 840W
    System is not overclocked at all.
    2ND PC
    AMD FM2 A10-7850K @ 3.70Ghz
    AsRock FM2A88X Extreme6+ (Bios P2.90)
    2 x 4Gb G.Skill Ripjaws F3-12800CL9D-8GBXL

    Kaveri Spectre Desktop (onboard) @ 760Mhz
    Thermaltake V9 case (1 x 120mm, 1 x 240mm fan)
    Corsair H80i Water Cooler w/2 x 120mm fans
    Seasonic G-Series (SSR-650RM Active PFC F3) 650W

    OCZ Vertex 4 120Gb SSD (Boot)
    2 x ST2000DM001 2Tb HDD (Storage)
    Win7 X64 Ultimate
    Logitech G15 (6 G Keys) USB
    Logitech MX-518 mouse
    Phillips 22HFL3350D/10 (1920 x 1080)
    NAS - Netgear RN104-100AJS 4 Bay (not hooked in)
    Not overclocking


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    Default Re: HWiNFO64 Auxiliary reading off the charts.....help!!

    Nope. Looks like I got them all. Amazing.

    Of course, I haven't looked at the AMD links you had in your sig earlier in the thread. I will do that after the seventeen thousand six hundred and forty three Windows updates finish (an exaggeration, but only just!!).
    Am on the main PC right now though.

    and I cannot see any molten metal anywhere around the PC, I can safely assume that is isn't 193 degrees, or it would literally be melting by now.

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    Default Re: HWiNFO64 Auxiliary reading off the charts.....help!!

    The sensor chip on your board, and on most boards, have sensor inputs that are not used by the board manufacture. So whatever random data is in the chip for that sensor is displayed. It just happens to be 193C, or about 379F, which would indeed release a fair amount of the magic blue smoke in a mother board.

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    Default Re: HWiNFO64 Auxiliary reading off the charts.....help!!

    Believe me, it was a relief to read all that, I was super worried that I was about to fry everything. Not what I needed to do in a brand new computer.

    Thanks all

    MAIN PC
    CPU
    - i7-3820 @ 3.60Ghz
    MB - AsRock X79 Extreme6 (Bios P2.80)
    RAM - 2 x 8Gb Patriot Viper 1866 CL10 Series @933Mhz
    GPU - ASUS Radeon HD 7870 Direct CU II (2Gb) x 2 (XFire)
    CASE - Fractal Design Desire R4 Black Case (windowless)
    FANS - Standard Fan CPU, 5 x FD Silent 2 140mm Fans in case
    PSU - Thermaltake R2 800W
    SSD - Sandisk SDSSDHP2 240Gb (boot)
    HDD - 2 x Seagate ST2000DM001 2Tb HDD (Storage)
    SYS - Win7 x64 Ultimate
    KB - Logitech K350 Wireless
    MOU -
    Razor Naga Molten mouse
    MON - ASUS VS247H (1920 x 1080)
    UPS - Belkin Line Interactive 1400VA 840W
    System is not overclocked at all.
    2ND PC
    AMD FM2 A10-7850K @ 3.70Ghz
    AsRock FM2A88X Extreme6+ (Bios P2.90)
    2 x 4Gb G.Skill Ripjaws F3-12800CL9D-8GBXL

    Kaveri Spectre Desktop (onboard) @ 760Mhz
    Thermaltake V9 case (1 x 120mm, 1 x 240mm fan)
    Corsair H80i Water Cooler w/2 x 120mm fans
    Seasonic G-Series (SSR-650RM Active PFC F3) 650W

    OCZ Vertex 4 120Gb SSD (Boot)
    2 x ST2000DM001 2Tb HDD (Storage)
    Win7 X64 Ultimate
    Logitech G15 (6 G Keys) USB
    Logitech MX-518 mouse
    Phillips 22HFL3350D/10 (1920 x 1080)
    NAS - Netgear RN104-100AJS 4 Bay (not hooked in)
    Not overclocking


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    Default Re: HWiNFO64 Auxiliary reading off the charts.....help!!

    I read that Gigabyte Haswell/Z87 boards have two sensor chips on them, so they are able to somehow get true or better CPU/core voltages from Haswell processors, since most of the usual external VRMs are now on the processor itself. ASRock Z87 boards (or at least the non-OC models) only display the CPU core VIDs and CPU input voltage (a new voltage only on Haswell CPUs as of now). We know that VIDs are not necessarily the actual core voltage, which may be lower and will be if CPU power saving options are enabled.

    I've seen posts in forums from Gigabyte Z87 board users (possibly ASUS too) about their ~0.200V VCore at idle with all C-States enabled. Alas, the lowest I see is ~0.64V in HWiNFO, since it only has the VIDs to work with.

    Actually, ASRock had the CPU Input voltage (nominal value of 1.8V) labeled as the CPU VCore in the early UEFI/BIOS versions on at least some of their Z87 boards. You can imagine the reaction of users starting their boards for the first time, and checking the "VCore" in the UEFI and seeing 1.8V with all default CPU voltage settings.

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