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    Default MA785GT no temp readings

    Hi all,

    i got the 785GT and a X4 955 BE with 4 Gig ddr3, running WIN 7 HP 64.

    everything seems to run OK, BUT:

    when i turn on ACC (hybrid, Auto) i do not have CPU temp readings with any of the usual tools (core temp, CPUID HW, whatever)

    with ACC turned off, readings in all progs are normal.

    I got no clue on what may be the reason. Since i would like to OC, i better have some temp readings.

    what can i do?

    mike

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    Default Re: MA785GT no temp readings

    I've got exactly the same thing but I also read this is supposed to be normal. I disabled ACC since I have no use for it (and even forgot what it does exactly).
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    Default Re: MA785GT no temp readings

    Quote Originally Posted by jelbo View Post
    I've got exactly the same thing but I also read this is supposed to be normal. I disabled ACC since I have no use for it (and even forgot what it does exactly).
    Hi jelbo,

    ACC is a somewhat quite mystical feature, no exact info can be found. It seem to help getting higher OC values than without it. Probably also help with unlocking cores in twin/triple CPU's.

    I turned it off as well.

    mike

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    Default Re: MA785GT no temp readings

    is a known Gigabyte issue - ACC breaks the core temp readings. however cpu temp reading (socket sensor) should work fine.
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    Default Re: MA785GT no temp readings

    I don't exactly recall any other temps than coretemps in any of my monitoring tools (HWmonitor, Everest, CoreTemp, etc.).
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    Default Re: MA785GT no temp readings

    HWmonitor should show many temperatures TMPIN1 is a cpu temp.What version were you using? You may want to try another version. Not the pro version. Just to see if it makes a difference.
    You may want to check it again. Below is version 1.15 64bit
    http://www.cpuid.com/download/hwmoni...itor64_115.zip

    By artdrivers at 2010-02-18
    Last edited by artdrivers; 02-19-2010 at 12:28 AM.
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    Default Re: MA785GT no temp readings

    Hi All,

    thanks for your reply's. Here is my update:

    Indeed if ACC is on no software will read the CPU temps, seems to be a bug. None of the above mentioned work arounds will fix this issue.

    With ACC off, everything works fine.

    mike

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