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03-21-2020 03:22 AM
Mumak
Quote: Originally Posted by Dr. Vodka View Post
Hi Mumak,

I have a reference R9 290. It's a Sapphire Tri-X, flashed with The Stilt's MLU modded BIOS, further tweaked to my liking with Hawaii BIOS reader. The BIOS was then edited to change the 290X's device ID (67B0) so it has the 290's instead (67B1), otherwise the card won't POST on my C6H. This way I've prepared a power saving BIOS (700/1200 0.9v) and a performance BIOS (1100/1375 1.3v). Currently running w10 1909 (18363.720) and 20.2.2 and the power saving BIOS.

For some time now, hwinfo detects the card as having a PLX chip, water pump sensor and memory sensors for temperature... The reference Hawaii board doesn't have any of these. Otherwise, it lets me monitor the card just fine.

Taken with hwinfo 6.22:



Card is currently running [email protected], as shown in the readouts. I was wondering if this sensor misreading is up to the modified BIOS I'm running that's fooling hwinfo? What do you think?
This is most likely due to the modded BIOS, which results in fooling of drivers/SMU. But there were also certain drivers that reported such false values due to some bugs in the driver.
03-18-2020 12:11 PM
Dr. Vodka Hi Mumak,

I have a reference R9 290. It's a Sapphire Tri-X, flashed with The Stilt's MLU modded BIOS, further tweaked to my liking with Hawaii BIOS reader. The BIOS was then edited to change the 290X's device ID (67B0) so it has the 290's instead (67B1), otherwise the card won't POST on my C6H. This way I've prepared a power saving BIOS (700/1200 0.9v) and a performance BIOS (1100/1375 1.3v). Currently running w10 1909 (18363.720) and 20.2.2 and the power saving BIOS.

For some time now, hwinfo detects the card as having a PLX chip, water pump sensor and memory sensors for temperature... The reference Hawaii board doesn't have any of these. Otherwise, it lets me monitor the card just fine.

Taken with hwinfo 6.22:



Card is currently running [email protected], as shown in the readouts. I was wondering if this sensor misreading is up to the modified BIOS I'm running that's fooling hwinfo? What do you think?
03-09-2020 03:17 PM
Mumak
Quote: Originally Posted by kmetek View Post
hey mumak

does you program offer core temps readings with

msi b450 tomahawk max and ryzen 5 2600 proc?
Per-core temperature reporting is not (officially) supported on AMD processors.
03-09-2020 12:38 PM
kmetek hey mumak

does you program offer core temps readings with

msi b450 tomahawk max and ryzen 5 2600 proc?
02-25-2020 11:27 AM
Barefooter
Quote: Originally Posted by sdmf74 View Post
Is there a guide or instructions on how to use the multiple column feature? I just figured out how to open multiple colums finally lol but Im wondering if there are more options
As far as I know you have to select the sensors you want from the first column and drag them to the second column.
02-23-2020 01:56 AM
Mumak
Quote: Originally Posted by Mooncheese View Post
Hi all, I had to reinstall Hwinfo64 because I upgraded the GPU and it the existing instance of it wasn't detecting the new GPU. Anyhow, I did go out of my way to export the user settings "Hwinfo64_settings.reg" with the hopes that I could simply import them to the updated version. Alas executing his .reg file didn't re-order all of the various data entries and now I'm looking at spending an hour in Hwinfo64 layout to remove data lines that I feel are not necessary.

Is there a different way to import the previous config and is what I'm trying to do even possible?

Thanks in advance.
No, this is the only way to export/import settings. Sensor settings are tied to actual hardware, so if you change it, they might not apply to the new one. Reinstalling HWiNFO should not be needed. Simplest way is to check in sensor settings whether there aren't values hidden, sometimes it might be required to completely reset settings.
02-22-2020 01:15 PM
Mooncheese Hi all, I had to reinstall Hwinfo64 because I upgraded the GPU and it the existing instance of it wasn't detecting the new GPU. Anyhow, I did go out of my way to export the user settings "Hwinfo64_settings.reg" with the hopes that I could simply import them to the updated version. Alas executing his .reg file didn't re-order all of the various data entries and now I'm looking at spending an hour in Hwinfo64 layout to remove data lines that I feel are not necessary.

Is there a different way to import the previous config and is what I'm trying to do even possible?

Thanks in advance.
02-16-2020 05:11 AM
sdmf74 Is there a guide or instructions on how to use the multiple column feature? I just figured out how to open multiple colums finally lol but Im wondering if there are more options
02-07-2020 07:45 AM
Timur Born The short 5 second burst (and corresponding noise) was based on the Apple iCloud service running (as part of the Photo service). Hwinfo still does not refresh as fast as set in preferences unless I mess with the Windows timer.
02-06-2020 12:34 AM
Timur Born I disabled monitoring off everything except the CPU entries, same result. HWiNFO refreshes slower than what I set in preferences except for a short burst every 5 seconds. Once I change the Windows timer resolution via TimerTool it works properly. The tighter the timer resolution (lower value in ms) the faster HWiNFO's refresh rate.
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