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|09-10-2019 12:53 PM|
Today AMD has released a preview of their new SDK, to help other monitoring apps (like yours) to better monitor Ryzen.
Have you had a chance to take a look? Hopefully this will help monitoring apps other than Ryzen master to better monitor these new CPU's!
Edit: Welp not really a preview of the SDK per se, but in the new version of Ryzen Master. They promise to release the full on SDK on 09/30, here is to hope!
|09-04-2019 12:47 PM|
Thanks for the feedback gup. We're still not sure what exactly Tctl represents, still waiting on feedback from AMD...
I see UCLK on TR1 as well .
RM is pants on TR1 IMO.
Only way to even see decent amount of timings is RTC.
|09-04-2019 11:03 AM|
|09-04-2019 09:28 AM|
Just checking in, to share I can see higher CCD1 temp than usual tCTL/tDIE, not highlighting as issue, but an observation.
Thanks for new sensor .
|08-30-2019 11:26 PM|
Yeah, I found a setting called "CPU System Agent" in my BIOS. I set it to 1.15 (maximum allowed by the board i guess). And VTT changed to 1.15 as well. I really hoped for it to be VCCIO.
At least we have VCCSA in our hands. My only hope is VCCIO is also max limited by the board. Nothing I can do more.
|08-30-2019 08:43 AM|
VTT is sometimes referred to as vccio but the reading is always slightly different but pretty close probably a coincidence
|08-30-2019 07:03 AM|
|Mumak||Those are vales taken from generic sensor inputs that are most probably not connected on your mainboard, so the vales are not valid (floating).|
|08-30-2019 06:26 AM|
Thank you a lot friend, one more question, what do these voltages mean? Can they be interpereted to something or are they just randomly generated?
Especially those VINxx voltages, do they carry a meaning? What is the meaning of VTT voltage?
|08-29-2019 05:32 AM|
|08-29-2019 04:11 AM|
|yamaci17||Then are they at default? If they can't measure it, how can they adjust that value?|
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