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I just got the new pc yesterday and am having some problems. I can download TAT and complete installation but when I click on the shortcut to run it it says:<br />
"Error enumerating On Demand Clock Modulation support.<br />
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Terminating Tool."<br />
Any ideas? Kinda need this to help with my overclocking...
 

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yea, me too! I think it is an asus issue, as others with asus boards seem to be having similar problems.
 

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Maybe because you guys are not running a true Intel based system? **cough**_nForce chipset base mobo_**cough**
 

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This matters? I thought it was for any c2d pc. What would be a good substitute then?
 

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</div>The Intel Thermal Analysis Tool is, in this scenario, in-capable of detecting your processor's Thermal Control Mechanism correctly.<br />
The DCM is not supported with this application due to the motherboard, and therefore the chip's Thermal Sensors are unable to be detected by the application.<br />
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This is not an issue with the manufacturer ASUSTek. This is an issue with the installed chipset used <img src="/images/smilies/wink.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Wink" class="inlineimg" /><br />
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The engineering way to fix this, in my opinion, is to change the board sensor system to an Intel designed Winbond sensor system as this may allow the DCM to detect the CPU Sensors for Core's 0 and 1 <img src="/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />
 

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I wonder why I get the same message then with my Intel 975X based board.....
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">I wonder why I get the same message then with my Intel 975X based board.....</div>

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</div>Sensor-chip based, as The_Manual said.
 

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The application was preliminary designed to be used with motherboards designed by the Intel Corporation, not by 3rd party motherboards, regardless if they were based on an Intel chipset or not.<br />
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I myself have the application working perfectly on my P5WDH, and very accurately. It agrees with my manually installed sensor system to within one degree Celsius.<br />
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Different motherboards use different sensors to determine temperatures on the board. <br />
As all temperatures are routed through this system to be detected, including GPU/CPU/HDD/MCH/ICH/MOSFET sensors, if this sensor system is not supported by the application then regardless of what chipset is used the application will be unable to determine what thermal status the processor is under. <br />
A sensor HALT state will become active and the application will display an error stating that it can not read from the sensor system (as "On Demand Clock Modulation" can not be determined).<br />
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Winbond sensors are the most common. TAT however only supports about 50% of all the Winbond sensors. As different boards use different sensors, even when on the same chipset, certain boards will not work with TAT and others will <img src="/images/smilies/wink.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Wink" class="inlineimg" /><br />
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If TAT had not worked on my board I assure you I would be updating my sensor system with a bit of soldering to add additional advanced Winbond sensor chips, as I know perfectly how to do it <img src="/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" /> <br />
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The Intel Thermal Analysis Tool works with Winbond sensors that are contained within Intel motherboards. These sensors are used in many 3rd party boards. To be honest it’s the luck of the draw, as even some boards that are identical will have different sensors. This may be because they ran out of a particular kind of sensor and had to switch to maintain suitable production rates <img src="/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />
 

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I feel little inside... Is there any other software that will somewhat accurately read the temperatures on a c2d? I was told TAT was the only accurate thing.
 

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Try CoreTemp. It uses different sensory algorithms to determine Thermal Status <img src="/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />
 

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one question I have is what the hell is up with their loading thing on TAT though? I run as many things as I can on my computer and it gets a whole 55*C I run just one of those loads on tat and my temps jump up to 65-67* and if I run both I almost hit 70 in a split second.
 

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yep. the 100% load program on TAT is either alot better at doing its job than prime... or its very inacurate....<br />
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thats why i use dual prime for 100% load and use TAT just for the temp monitoring <img src="/images/smilies/wink.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Wink" class="inlineimg" />
 

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also whats teh big deal with tat vs speedfan or any of the other programs?<br><br>
the difference between speed fan on mine vs tat only seems to be a difference of rounding or 1*c difference.<br>
one round up one round down maybe?<br><br>
other then that I don't know but why is speed fan so heavily touted?
 

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speedfan reads different sensors than TAT
 

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Not only do TAT, Speed fan, Everest, PC Probe read from different sensors, but the programs use different algorithms (as The Manual mentions) so not only is the accuracy of the sensor itself a variable, so is the algorithm.<br><br>
In my testing, I have found on my P5B Dlx that TAT, PC Probe and a physical thermal probe read fairly similar temperatures, meaning that while TAT is possibly more accurate, it is not the end of the world if you can't get it to work on your boad. Just don't treat Speedfan readings as gospel.....consider it about 2-3c low and you will be good. Always err on the side of caution.
 
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