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I contacted Martin from HWINFO64 and there is no solution for it, its simply the EC sensor that doesn't like to be monitored..

Thanks all for your help and reply thumb.gif
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That's a bug indeed..lol
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I contacted Martin from HWINFO64 and there is no solution for it, its simply the EC sensor that doesn't like to be monitored..

Thanks all for your help and reply thumb.gif
does this effect only sabertooth or the M5A's as well. Maybe this is why I seem to keep throttling at seemingly lower temps vs what I was able to use before. Cause I used to use CPU-Z to monitor clocks during IBT stressing. And then I switched to HW Info. Is there another program besides HW info that is recommended?
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does this effect only sabertooth or the M5A's as well. Maybe this is why I seem to keep throttling at seemingly lower temps vs what I was able to use before. Cause I used to use CPU-Z to monitor clocks during IBT stressing. And then I switched to HW Info. Is there another program besides HW info that is recommended?

I just disabled that function in HWINFO64. I can still monitor CPU,vcore,CPU usage basically the same with the Gigabyte board.

I installed AI suite2 witch allows to monitor the EC sensor. When benching i would open that for monitoring the vrm temps etc. Otherwise i don't know other software are allowed to monitor the EC since it gives problems in HWINFO64 i assume that other programs will have the same issue.


I don't know if this effects M5A's but you can give it a try by disabling the feature in HWINFO64 and see what happens.
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I think it's actually a hit or miss. As some guys from the kitty thread haz not experienced such.

I have been into that. Mine's freezing with those EC sensors enabled. Firgot about it after my current OS install though coz none of those happen anymore.

But this is the first report if throttling with EC sensors I've heard. Mostly, stuttering, momentary freeze, and such.

You can disable the EC sensors to counter that. But you will lose monitoring on some areas. But clicking those unnamed sensors will open them.

You can try if that will let you run benchies without throttling. As mine stays clocked.

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Well there is a first thing for everything and it happens to be me that has to discover it rolleyes.gif

I think its an stupid debug because why having that EC sensor if it doesn't like to be monitored in the first place...? On the other hand there are some more features that is not very thought of with the sabertooth R2.0...

Audio sucks compared to the gigabyte UD5, USB 3.0 most stupid place, 8pin CPU connector on the worst possible place.. now this stupid sensor thing.. ugh, i starting to dislike this board a great deal day by day...

Oh it has corrupted my Installation too.. so i have to do an reinstall over again because of the stupid EC sensor... maybe its broke or something? IDK.
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Yes, I found when I ran overnight P95 blend tests one core would report about half the number of tests completed as the others. Another forum member (LinusBE) pointed out that the EC monitoring could take up those some CPU resources. My subsequent testing proved that correct. I also discovered that the EC sensor monitoring negatively affected a particular program I use, an RC heli flight sim. I now disbable the sensors except for running small FFT tests. I am using the sabertooth 990fx.
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You can always try HWMonitor free, I use it all the time and have never had an issue. One thing I do know is that if you have more than one monitoring software installed. Say AISuite and HWInfo that is always a problem. Even if you've "had" one installed and removed it it can leave traces that will haunt you.
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Well there is a first thing for everything and it happens to be me that has to discover it rolleyes.gif

I think its an stupid debug because why having that EC sensor if it doesn't like to be monitored in the first place...? On the other hand there are some more features that is not very thought of with the sabertooth R2.0...

Audio sucks compared to the gigabyte UD5, USB 3.0 most stupid place, 8pin CPU connector on the worst possible place.. now this stupid sensor thing.. ugh, i starting to dislike this board a great deal day by day...

Oh it has corrupted my Installation too.. so i have to do an reinstall over again because of the stupid EC sensor... maybe its broke or something? IDK.

Yes I noticed this issue but I posted it in the Asus overclock thread and not here tongue.gif sorry it didn't occur to me while you were having the same problem. At least it's solved now.
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Yes I noticed this issue but I posted it in the Asus overclock thread and not here tongue.gif sorry it didn't occur to me while you were having the same problem. At least it's solved now.

Okay,

Yeah well, its not solved yet because its disabled lol i have Emailed Asus about this and hopefully they will get back to me shortly.

Its okay man, i forget a lot of things that's why i have bookmarked everything i need to know.

Thnx anyway thumb.gif
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