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post #1471 of 1515
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Originally Posted by MNMadman View Post

That's the number of WHEA (Windows Hardware) errors that your system has generated. You want that number to stay at zero.
I don't know how much more voltage should I give for keeping it zero:(


post #1472 of 1515
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I don't know how much more voltage should I give for keeping it zero:(
Someone else will have to answer that, as I've never had an FX chip. Maybe ask in the Vishera thread.
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I don't know how much more voltage should I give for keeping it zero:(



Give us more information from the BIOS of the voltages for the CPU, DRAM, CPU - NB ...

http://www.overclock.net/t/1318995/official-fx-8320-fx-8350-vishera-owners-club
Edited by mirzet1976 - 3/29/17 at 8:32am
post #1474 of 1515
@Mumak Hi!

I'm using the latest HWinfo (3126) and I can't figure out which of the values of my ryzen 1800x is the actual cpu temperature, because the Tdie reports 20C lower than Tctl, but the Tctl seems to be more likely. Is there a way to know for sure?
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@Mumak Hi!

I'm using the latest HWinfo (3126) and I can't figure out which of the values of my ryzen 1800x is the actual cpu temperature, because the Tdie reports 20C lower than Tctl, but the Tctl seems to be more likely. Is there a way to know for sure?

This might depend on the Mi Skew setting used. It was discussed several times in this thread.
Edited by Mumak - 5/3/17 at 1:01am
post #1476 of 1515
I tried enabling the sensemi skew and setting it to 272, or leaving it on auto, but it seems to be the same. So I guess nobody really knows how hot my CPU is biggrin.gif that's disconcerting.
post #1477 of 1515
Hey Martin

I'm using Win 10 Pro Creators Update and HWiNFO64 v5.51-3141. I've decided to try the "System tray" feature a bit, so I've add my Total CPU Usage to the system tray. Why does it hide in my Hidden Icon's area? Why isn't it showing on my Taskbar?






I don't know if it has anything to do with it, but my Taskbar settings are: Left location on screen and Auto-Hide the taskbar. I have set it at the bottom [location] though and to "always visible" and still the value is hidden in my hidden icon's menu.


EDIT

Nevermind, got it smile.gif
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Edited by LostParticle - 4/23/17 at 2:08am
    
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post #1478 of 1515
Hi, I see a problem with the monitored core clocks shown with an r9 380 with the NCP81022. They are incorrect and not the same shown with Aferburner or gpuz. Even if the min and the max are the same, them could be lower than that. I'm using v5.50-3130. I don't know when this start to happen, but I remenber that it wasn't doing this in the past.

Edited: Othe thing I see is that chip power stops working after using a full screen app. Edited: Or rather after using a full screen app and the use othe a full screen app, or usin a full screen app then goin to the desktop and came back to the app.

Thanks.
Edited by mynm - 4/30/17 at 3:13pm
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Hi, I see a problem with the monitored core clocks shown with an r9 380 with the NCP81022. They are incorrect and not the same shown with Aferburner or gpuz. Even if the min and the max are the same, them could be lower than that. I'm using v5.50-3130. I don't know when this start to happen, but I remenber that it wasn't doing this in the past.

Edited: Othe thing I see is that chip power stops working after using a full screen app. Edited: Or rather after using a full screen app and the use othe a full screen app, or usin a full screen app then goin to the desktop and came back to the app.

Thanks.

What is the exact difference between clocks reported? It is possible that other applications report clock values that are averaged over a short period, while HWiNFO reports the most actual values.
If the GPU runs at a constant clock (idle//load), do you see a difference in clock reported too ?
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Originally Posted by Mumak View Post

What is the exact difference between clocks reported? It is possible that other applications report clock values that are averaged over a short period, while HWiNFO reports the most actual values.
If the GPU runs at a constant clock (idle//load), do you see a difference in clock reported too ?

It's like if it reports only the DPM value, the red highlight value is AfterBurner, the green highlight one is Hwinfo: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Thanks.
Edited by mynm - 5/1/17 at 4:34am
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