AU11 onboard Tempeature Sensors?

Discussion in 'FIC' started by none, Jun 25, 2003.

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    none Guest

    I just downloaded "MBprobe" a cool little Windows app that displays MB
    temp, CPU temp, PS voltages, fan speeds, etc. The program appears to
    be showing the correct values for everything on my AU11 because I can
    go into the BIOS after a restart and all the values are in the same
    small range.

    My question is that MBprobe is detecting 3 temp sensors on the AU11.
    The CPU, MB, and a 3rd "aux" sensor. This sensor always reads 9-11
    degrees C in MBprobe, in the AU11 BIOS there is no 3rd temp reading.
    Could this be a sensor on the lower half of the motherboard maybe
    monitoring temp of PCI cards that are installed there? I guess what I
    really need to know is what do the temperature sensors look like on
    the MB, are they even visible?

    Thanks.
     
    none, Jun 25, 2003
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    Kyle Brant Guest

    It's probably an unused sensor input, same is true with my ecs mobo.

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    |
    | I just downloaded "MBprobe" a cool little Windows app that displays
    MB
    | temp, CPU temp, PS voltages, fan speeds, etc. The program appears
    to
    | be showing the correct values for everything on my AU11 because I
    can
    | go into the BIOS after a restart and all the values are in the same
    | small range.
    |
    | My question is that MBprobe is detecting 3 temp sensors on the AU11.
    | The CPU, MB, and a 3rd "aux" sensor. This sensor always reads 9-11
    | degrees C in MBprobe, in the AU11 BIOS there is no 3rd temp reading.
    | Could this be a sensor on the lower half of the motherboard maybe
    | monitoring temp of PCI cards that are installed there? I guess what
    I
    | really need to know is what do the temperature sensors look like on
    | the MB, are they even visible?
    |
    | Thanks.
     
    Kyle Brant, Jun 25, 2003
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    none Guest

    Thanks for the response. You must be right, because 8-11 degrees C is
    about 50 deg F, and I can assure you that there's nothing on this
    computer that runs that cold!! Thanks..
     
    none, Jun 25, 2003
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