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That worked! Now it's just a moderate hitch when scanning pci bus, before and after that it whizzes by. Thanx for not only making such a useful app but taking the time to help on all these questions.

This is due to an attempt to wake GPU cards which might be disabled. I think you don't have such GPUs and can disable the "Wake disabled GPUs" option. That should bring another speed-up wink.gif

BTW, I'm currently working on a GPU I2C caching option, that should improve launch time on such systems without having to disable GPU buses manually.
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This is due to an attempt to wake GPU cards which might be disabled. I think you don't have such GPUs and can disable the "Wake disabled GPUs" option. That should bring another speed-up wink.gif

Yup, it's instantaneous load now biggrin.gif Tyvm!
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Two oddities I'm curious about, with how hwinfo64 reports my r9 290 gpu.

Memory clock is off by 1, it's set to 1500 and shows up as such on every other monitor, but hwinfo says 1499. This happens on every memory clock setting, it's always off by 1.

Pcie link speed is reported as 8gbps. The bus is 3.0 x16 and reported as such on other monitors. It's set to auto in bios. This sensor doesn't update anyway but I was curious why it says 8 and not 1 (idle) or 16 (active).
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post #214 of 1629
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Two oddities I'm curious about, with how hwinfo64 reports my r9 290 gpu.

Memory clock is off by 1, it's set to 1500 and shows up as such on every other monitor, but hwinfo says 1499. This happens on every memory clock setting, it's always off by 1.

Pcie link speed is reported as 8gbps. The bus is 3.0 x16 and reported as such on other monitors. It's set to auto in bios. This sensor doesn't update anyway but I was curious why it says 8 and not 1 (idle) or 16 (active).

I think the other tools just round-up the value of memory clock, whereas HWiNFO reports the exact value as calculated by the GPU logic. Is it displayed as 1499.0 ?

8 Gbps is the maximum transfer rate of the PCIe 3.0 interface. If you mean x1 / x16, this is the PCIe link width, which is a different parameter. I might add reporting this in sensors in the future, currently you should be able to see the actual value of this parameter in the System Summary screen.
post #215 of 1629
Quick question. Which readout in Sensors shows how much wattage the cpu is drawing?

Another quick q: Do the two VRM Power Out sensors show the total wattage consumed by the gpu? Or just by the two vrms and there is another power source the gpu is drawing on?
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post #216 of 1629
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Quick question. Which readout in Sensors shows how much wattage the cpu is drawing?

Another quick q: Do the two VRM Power Out sensors show the total wattage consumed by the gpu? Or just by the two vrms and there is another power source the gpu is drawing on?

1. That depends on the CPU. I'd need to see a screenshot of the entire sensors screen. Later Intel CPUs can measure their power consumption, some mainboards feature digital PWMs which too can measure particular rail power.

2. Again, I'd need to see a screenshot of the sensors screen. Though in most cases if there are 2 GPU VRMs reported, then the 1st one is for GPU core and the 2nd is GPU VRAM.
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1. That depends on the CPU. I'd need to see a screenshot of the entire sensors screen. Later Intel CPUs can measure their power consumption, some mainboards feature digital PWMs which too can measure particular rail power.

This isn't the whole sensors screen but they are the only readouts measured in watts:


Is this then the total wattage being used by cpu? It's a 4670k.
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2. Again, I'd need to see a screenshot of the sensors screen. Though in most cases if there are 2 GPU VRMs reported, then the 1st one is for GPU core and the 2nd is GPU VRAM.

Again the only readouts measured in watts are GPU Vrm Power Out for the two VRMs:


It's an R9 290.

If I add these up it's roughly what my meter measures at the wall. I guess the difference comes from drives and fans.
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Yes, both should be the total wattage for CPU and GPU, though there still might be a small part of current consumed by other components. I can't tell how much, nor which, this depends on particular design.
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Ok one more question.

What is "GPU VRM Power In (PIN)" and what is "GPU VRM Power out (POut)"?
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post #220 of 1629
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It's the measured power (voltage * current) on the input and output side of the Voltage Regulator.
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