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any news regarding iGpu HD3000/4000 sensors?

This GPU is physically CPU. Look CPU temperature.



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Hello. Couple months ago I posted for help about Asus gryphon and Nuvoton NCT6791D but there was no help. Problem is related with all voltages. In other words only voltages stuck and no change values, other sensors like temp or hdd info are ok. After that all voltage values are wrong and I can post picture for that and all Dumps from Aida64. If Kozlek can help that will be nice.  

 

I'm having the same issue! (Asus Maximus VI Impact Z87 - i7 4790k)

 

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Something I've noticed is that Power Supply 6 seems to correlate with my cpu multiplier. It ramps up to 0.63V when turbo boost is on and if I lower my voltage with an offset, it also drops.

I was experiencing overheating, so I dropped vcore to 1.04V and now Power supply 6 goes between 0 and 0.58V.

 

I'd love to be able to see the actual Vcore.

 

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My CPU frequency is also spiking to 1000THz every so often.

 

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