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Hey Martin, thanks for the latest beta, v5.37-2977, but I am not able to view "What's New", anywhere! On the site, https://www.hwinfo.com, the News area is (almost) empty...
    
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Originally Posted by LostParticle View Post

Hey Martin, thanks for the latest beta, v5.37-2977, but I am not able to view "What's New", anywhere! On the site, https://www.hwinfo.com, the News area is (almost) empty...
Thanks for letting me know. Not sure what exactly happened, but it's fixed.
post #1293 of 1664
@Mumak, have you included all support for the new ASUS Z170i pro gaming board? It seems the VCCIO and VCCSA voltages are very incorrectly reported. I don't have access to it right now but the voltages are like 0.225v in HWINFO but in bios they're 1.201v...
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@Mumak, have you included all support for the new ASUS Z170i pro gaming board? It seems the VCCIO and VCCSA voltages are very incorrectly reported. I don't have access to it right now but the voltages are like 0.225v in HWINFO but in bios they're 1.201v...

Yes, it should be properly supported. But I'd need to get the HWiNFO Debug File and exact information about erratic values (including correct values).

EDIT: I have checked the code and indeed, it seems that some values were not properly reported for this model: VCCSA and CPU VCCIO were wrong, PCH Core and CPU iGPU missing. I'll try to fix this in the next build.
Edited by Mumak - 9/29/16 at 11:48am
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Hi Mumak,

I have a question regarding HWinfo and Intel SoCs. I have a handful of Intel compute sticks, and I use your program to monitor them. The Bay Trail and Cherry Trail model have a sensor for CPU Package power. What does CPU package power include? Is that the GPU as well? I also noticed my Core m3 compute stick also has a setting for total system power, but the others do not. Is that option limited to the model or type of SoC? Thank you!


EDIT:

Okay, from what I can tell the IA Cores Power is the Actual CPU power usage and the GT Cores Power is the HD Graphics usage. So the CPU package power is a combination of them both... Is that correct?
Edited by Face2Face - 9/30/16 at 9:56am
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Hi Mumak,

I have a question regarding HWinfo and Intel SoCs. I have a handful of Intel compute sticks, and I use your program to monitor them. The Bay Trail and Cherry Trail model have a sensor for CPU Package power. What does CPU package power include? Is that the GPU as well? I also noticed my Core m3 compute stick also has a setting for total system power, but the others do not. Is that option limited to the model or type of SoC? Thank you!

Yes, the CPU Package Power should include iGPU as well.
Not sure what total system power setting you mean - is that reported by HWiNFO somewhere? Or is that rather some limit in BIOS?
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Yes, the CPU Package Power should include iGPU as well.
Not sure what total system power setting you mean - is that reported by HWiNFO somewhere? Or is that rather some limit in BIOS?

I edited my post above, but I'm pretty sure the IA is the CPU power usage, while the GT is the iGPU power usage. Also, the total system power is something the M3 had as an option when I used HWinfo64. It's odd, but I enabled it and this is what it looks like in the OSD:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22IpwjNzVRg

BTW, I love your program and use it in my testing all of the time. Great job!!
post #1298 of 1664
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I edited my post above, but I'm pretty sure the IA is the CPU power usage, while the GT is the iGPU power usage. Also, the total system power is something the M3 had as an option when I used HWinfo64. It's odd, but I enabled it and this is what it looks like in the OSD:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=22IpwjNzVRg

BTW, I love your program and use it in my testing all of the time. Great job!!

Yeah, IA Cores means the x86/CPU cores part of the whole CPU package.
The "Total System Power" value is available only on some Skylake-based CPUs.
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Yeah, IA Cores means the x86/CPU cores part of the whole CPU package.
The "Total System Power" value is available only on some Skylake-based CPUs.

Great!! Thank you for your answer. Keep up the good work!
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Great!! Thank you for your answer. Keep up the good work!

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