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Am i the only person who doesn't get a UI for hardware monitor. I've installed it loads of times and it still doesn't show on screen. When i look in activity monitor it shows as being loaded and working. If i access it from applications and click quick view i can get a screen with two options, 1 being open and the other being forward to airdrop or something. I really want this working so i can check the details from it. 

Thank you to anybody that tell me what i'm doing wrong here. 

 

I'm running 10.10.3 with clover install 

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My platform profile for Gigabyte H81M-HD3 (have to put into 'Default' to make it working)

 

bash-3.2# ioreg -l | grep ITE
    | |   | +-o ITE,IT8620E  <class SuperIODevice, id 0x100000218, registered, matched, active, busy 0 (0 ms), retain 6>
    | |   | | |   "vendor-name" = "ITE"
    | |   | |       "IONameMatch" = ("ITE,IT8512F","ITE,IT8505F","ITE,IT8712F","ITE,IT8716F","ITE,IT8718F","ITE,IT8720F","ITE,IT8721F","ITE,IT8726F","ITE,IT8620E","ITE,IT8728F","ITE,IT8752F","ITE,IT8771E","ITE,IT8772E")
    | |   | |       "IONameMatched" = "ITE,IT8620E"
 

			<key>Platform Profile</key>
			<dict>
				<key>Default</key>
				<dict>
					<key>FANIN0</key>
					<string>CPUFan</string>
					<key>FANIN1</key>
					<string>SystemFan1</string>
					<key>TEMPIN0</key>
					<string>Mainboard</string>
					<key>TEMPIN1</key>
					<string>CPU Heatsink</string>
					<key>TEMPIN2</key>
					<string>Ambient</string>
					<key>VIN0</key>
					<string>CPU Core</string>
					<key>VIN1</key>
					<dict>
						<key>gain</key>
						<integer>649</integer>
						<key>name</key>
						<string>Main 3V</string>
						<key>offset</key>
						<integer>0</integer>
						<key>reference</key>
						<integer>0</integer>
					</dict>
					<key>VIN2</key>
					<dict>
						<key>gain</key>
						<integer>1485</integer>
						<key>name</key>
						<string>Main 5V</string>
						<key>offset</key>
						<integer>0</integer>
						<key>reference</key>
						<integer>0</integer>
					</dict>
					<key>VIN3</key>
					<dict>
						<key>gain</key>
						<integer>5035</integer>
						<key>name</key>
						<string>Main 12V</string>
						<key>offset</key>
						<integer>0</integer>
						<key>reference</key>
						<integer>0</integer>
					</dict>
					<key>VIN4</key>
					<string>CPU GFX</string>
					<key>VIN5</key>
					<string>CPU VRM</string>
					<key>VIN6</key>
					<string>Memory</string>
					<key>VIN7</key>
					<dict>
						<key>gain</key>
						<integer>1000</integer>
						<key>name</key>
						<string>Auxiliary 3V</string>
						<key>offset</key>
						<integer>0</integer>
						<key>reference</key>
						<integer>0</integer>
					</dict>
					<key>VIN8</key>
					<dict>
						<key>gain</key>
						<integer>1000</integer>
						<key>name</key>
						<string>CMOS Battery</string>
						<key>offset</key>
						<integer>0</integer>
						<key>reference</key>
						<integer>0</integer>
					</dict>
				</dict>
			</dict>
Ups, may this is the wrong thread? Edited by uglyJoe

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Anybody knows how to get fan speed readings on ASUS X55 laptops?

I would like to know where to start digging if it is something that needs a lot of work.

Thanks to this wonderful program, after install , almost all sensors work perfectly!

 

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Thank you so much for this program, and a big thanks to the creator of SMC emulator, without him, most of Hackintosh would be impossible

 

 

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HWMonitor hardly ever provides fan info on laptops, except for discrete GPUs. Never seen it, whether on 945GM/PM, GM965, Series 5, Series 6, Series 8, etc. chipset-based (i.e. C2D, Arrandale, Sandy Bridge, Ivy Bridge, Haswell) laptops, except for the GPU of my nVidia NVS 135M-based D630.

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Hmmm ... Would there be any other alternative to HW Monitor? 

Or some DSDT patch so that HWMonitor would read it?

You can try this

https://github.com/RehabMan/OS-X-FakeSMC-kozlek

 

Here maide helping you  

attaching the HWM I am used on my HP Probook 4530s all working

 

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It obviously depends on what ACPI sensors can detect and provide. That particular (and older) FakeSMC version + PlugIns + HWM does not bring anything specific regarding fan monitoring (I've just verified it vs. Kozlek's v6.13.1363).

 

I see you're using Clover; maybe you have a special config setting to get your system fans speed reported through ACPI or a DSDT patch or even a BIOS setting.

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You can try this

https://github.com/RehabMan/OS-X-FakeSMC-kozlek

 

Here maide helping you  

attaching the HWM I am used on my HP Probook 4530s all working

 

139.png

 

I tried the attached HWMonitor and FakeSMC, and it works the same way. No fan speed. @Herve is right. There is need of ACPI patching or some other kext?.. What could I do?

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