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post #31661 of 43363 (permalink) Old 12-19-2017, 12:05 AM
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Many issues both from our side and AMDs are the same across AM4 and TR4.
That's incorrect, it's a separate issue which we can work around in software. The method is being finalized, then we'll roll out together with the 3rd party developers. With that, the sensors getting stuck and reading crazy values should be no more. Again, that's separate from the offset reading mentioned earlier.

Alright, glad we cleared that out.

So you are saying that in the next BIOS release we can expect this "fix" ?

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If you saw the posts than i am curious why you didn't reply to some of them.


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I dont reply to every post or even "some posts", sometimes. It's not my sole job duty to do so.

I see, still curious why Asus went with these IT sensors instead of a more reliable manufacturer.
I had issue on my 990 FX Sabertooth as well which had the same IT sensors.

It would be really helpful if we knew the tolerances of these sensors. Can you provide some more info plz?

Thnx.

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I see, still curious why Asus went with these IT sensors instead of a more reliable manufacturer.
I had issue on my 990 FX Sabertooth as well which had the same IT sensors.

It would be really helpful if we knew the tolerances of these sensors. Can you provide some more info plz?

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This was discussed a couple of posts back, you can set it in HWInfo. The reading is from hardware, so the offset would be specific to each software.

https://www.overclock.net/t/1624603/rog-crosshair-vi-overclocking-thread/31500_100#post_26506270


Well i had a play with sensor offset yesterday and its like.

Cpu -19mw soc -24mv memory -34mw pll -9mw.
Thats on my motherboard.

Its not One figure fix all aensors as You see.
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Oh, I saw the posts. Not everyone who visits the thread has issues or complaints, so may want to use it as a wallpaper. The world is bigger than a few of us...
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I dont reply to every post or even "some posts", sometimes. It's not my sole job duty to do so. The beauty of forums is that you dont have to reply if you don't want to. And you can also choose to ignore posts that you don't like - such as the pic I posted.
Thankfully ASUS isn't the sole OEM provider Raja, and I'll keep your commentary and attitude in mind for all future purchases.
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Well i had a play with sensor offset yesterday and its like.

Cpu -19mw soc -24mv memory -34mw pll -9mw.
Thats on my motherboard.

Its not One figure fix all aensors as You see.

How did you do that? When i tried to change them it didn't do anything for me.

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Still ticking biggrin.gif Havent dared touch the bios in fear of it becoming unstable, running 1501

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What voltage do you have set in UEFI for this 4.1 clock?? Also what LLC..

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How did you do that? When i tried to change them it didn't do anything for me.

Eee set em in hwinfo?? At least does not show 1.5 random vcore anymore. Lol and my ddr is 1.425 not 1.46 lol
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Thankfully ASUS isn't the sole OEM provider Raja, and I'll keep your commentary and attitude in mind for all future purchases.


Ye still got ASRock.. Msi is **** gigabyte got leds instead of vrm phases. Others dont make it to uk much so..
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