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Good afternoon, I have a question in regards to the CPU VCore monitoring. Hardware is a Gigabyte z87X-OC motherboard and a 4770k CPU. HWINFO reports 4 vcore sensors, three of which change with load and fluctuate up and down. The fourth one (VCore 3) stays at a constant 1.668 volts!! Is this just an error or do I have a serious hardware problem?

Thanks
-Strat

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Edit: I think I derped majorly and that that doesn't in fact relate to the CPU as I thought it did. If this is so, my apologies!
Edited by MrStrat007 - 7/7/14 at 2:25pm
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+Rep buddy, love this program!

This feature rules:
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how do you get it to display like that??
     
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Originally Posted by MrStrat007 View Post

Good afternoon, I have a question in regards to the CPU VCore monitoring. Hardware is a Gigabyte z87X-OC motherboard and a 4770k CPU. HWINFO reports 4 vcore sensors, three of which change with load and fluctuate up and down. The fourth one (VCore 3) stays at a constant 1.668 volts!! Is this just an error or do I have a serious hardware problem?

Thanks
-Strat

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Edit: I think I derped majorly and that that doesn't in fact relate to the CPU as I thought it did. If this is so, my apologies!

No, it seems HWiNFO is not properly reporting the Vcore3 value. I'll check this and fix eventually.
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how do you get it to display like that??

Check here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1229915/how-to-cpu-and-gpu-usage-along-with-fps-in-game
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No, it seems HWiNFO is not properly reporting the Vcore3 value. I'll check this and fix eventually.

Thank you for the quick reply. I checked today with a multimeter (forgot I had voltage read points for each core) and the Vcore is sitting around 0.75V at idle across all 4 cores, which is where it should be. Phew.

Wonderful program and I appreciate all the work you have and are putting into it! thumb.gif
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Thank you for the quick reply. I checked today with a multimeter (forgot I had voltage read points for each core) and the Vcore is sitting around 0.75V at idle across all 4 cores, which is where it should be. Phew.

Wonderful program and I appreciate all the work you have and are putting into it! thumb.gif
If you could run load on different cores, then measure the exact voltage per each core and compare with HWiNFO, I could adjust the CoreX values (maybe they are in the wrong order).
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If you could run load on different cores, then measure the exact voltage per each core and compare with HWiNFO, I could adjust the CoreX values (maybe they are in the wrong order).

As far as loading the cores go, Does it matter which program I use to do this? I can run IBT now and check voltages or have my brother game on my pc while I measure voltages and compare them to HWinfo's reported voltages. I can do this tonight when he gets home.

Is it necessary to load each core separately or should comparing DMM and HWInfo during a stress test yield the same results?
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It doesn't matter which method you use. It's just important that one core has a different voltage, so it can be easily identified which one it is.
When comparing with HWiNFO please check the current Vcore, Vcore0, Vcore1 and Vcore2 values.
Edited by Mumak - 7/25/14 at 4:43am
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When I read current/power/voltage outputs from an IR3563B controller, I read directly the chip's output and not something calculated by hwinfo, right?
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When I read current/power/voltage outputs from an IR3563B controller, I read directly the chip's output and not something calculated by hwinfo, right?

Yes, all those values are measured by the IR3563.
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