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Hello there,

I have a question, I can't read fans (shows as "-").

I don't know what to do. I tried with LPC Sensors, and it says unsupported chip, and I don't know ACPI programming.

The LPC chip is, as says boot log:

 

SuperIODevice: [Fatal] found unsupported chip! ITE sequence ID=0x8613, Winbond sequence ID=0xffff

 

Thanks in advance

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Hello there,

I have a question, I can't read fans (shows as "-").

I don't know what to do. I tried with LPC Sensors, and it says unsupported chip, and I don't know ACPI programming.

The LPC chip is, as says boot log:

 

SuperIODevice: [Fatal] found unsupported chip! ITE sequence ID=0x8613, Winbond sequence ID=0xffff

 

Thanks in advance

Install OpenHardwareMonitor on windows. It will tell you the model number of your SuperIO chip.

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Install OpenHardwareMonitor on windows. It will tell you the model number of your SuperIO chip.

For LPC I can't get more information with the tool. It says:

 

LPCIO
 
Chip ID: Unknown ITE with ID 0x8613 at 0x2E/0x2F
 
What I already know. Maybe I can get more information in Manufacter site.
 
The computer is the one in my signature.

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Your signature doesn't say which motherboard you're using, and that's what matters here.  Look around on your motherboard with a flashlight and a magnifying glass, and you should see the SuperIO model number printed on the IC somewhere.  It should say ITE or Winbond or Fintek.  If you have more than one chip, it's probably the largest one.

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Your signature doesn't say which motherboard you're using, and that's what matters here.  Look around on your motherboard with a flashlight and a magnifying glass, and you should see the SuperIO model number printed on the IC somewhere.  It should say ITE or Winbond or Fintek.  If you have more than one chip, it's probably the largest one.

I couldn't find anything on the board, but dumping the bios and opening with AMIBCP showed a hidden menu that says IT8615 SuperIO Configuration 

 

So I guess that it's an ITE model, IT8615.

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Hi, I'm after a bit of help getting fans and voltages reading correctly.

I'm using a Gigabyte EX58-UD5 which has an ITE it8720f SMC IC, shown top left in this photo:

post-729266-0-49090200-1484355445_thumb.jpg

 

This is what I'm starting with:

post-729266-0-93034700-1484354187_thumb.png

 

I'm using FakeSMC v6.23.1417 with CPUSensors, GPUSensors and LPCSensors

 

Fans:

What I would like is to move and rename the labels shown:

GPU Fan @ ~ 4500rpm should be 'Water Pump', this is on the CPU FAN header

CPU Fan @ ~ 1750rpm is my 'Rear Case Fans' connected to SYS FAN 2 (2 fans on a Y cable to PWM header)

System Power Fan 2 @ ~ 1337rpm is my 'Upper Case Fan' connected to SYS FAN 1

Power Fan @ ~ 1348 rpm is my 'Lower Case Fan' connected to PWR FAN (correct)

 

I don't have a GPU fan as I'm water cooled

 

Voltages:

GPU Core (correct)

CPU Core (correct)

Memory Modules (correct)

Main 3.3V - Completely wrong

Main 5V (correct)

Power Supply 2-5 - no idea what these should be

CMOS Battery (correct)

 

Here are my voltages and fan speeds shown in BIOS:

post-729266-0-33133500-1484355037_thumb.jpg

 

 

Any help would be appreciated

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Your signature doesn't say which motherboard you're using, and that's what matters here.  Look around on your motherboard with a flashlight and a magnifying glass, and you should see the SuperIO model number printed on the IC somewhere.  It should say ITE or Winbond or Fintek.  If you have more than one chip, it's probably the largest one.

 

A little bit late, but the chip is actually ITE IT8613E, and it's not inside LPC sensors source code. Do you know if it is possible to add it?

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A little bit late, but the chip is actually ITE IT8613E, and it's not inside LPC sensors source code. Do you know if it is possible to add it?

It is possible modify sources by existing samples, for example 8718.

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As already else where explained in this topic: For Clover use

 

First : Uninstall all the kexts (FakeSMC+ 4 sensors kexts)  from S/L/E !

 

  1. Extract the .pkg with Pacifist in a new folder ( Then you get: HWMonitor.app;FakeSMC.kext and 4 sensors kexts (Acpi, Cpu, Gpu and LPC) )
  2. Create a  "PlugIns" subfolder inside FakeSMC.kext/Contents
  3. Copy the 4 sensors.kexts inside that folder
  4. Copy the "New" FakeSMC.kext inside the EFI/CLOVER/KEXTS/10.12
  5. reboot

Good luck

hi,

 

it did not work. after doing that, my hackintosh got loop boot.

 

i put FakeSMC.kext and its plugin into EFI/C/K/10.12 and it works but only show CPU and keyboard/mouse information. SSD and fan not shows.

 

how to fix?

 

thanks.

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Hi, I'm after a bit of help getting fans and voltages reading correctly.

I'm using a Gigabyte EX58-UD5 which has an ITE it8720f SMC IC, shown top left in this photo:

attachicon.gif82948_2245_draft.jpg

 

This is what I'm starting with:

attachicon.gifScreen Shot 2017-01-14 at 00.42.50.png

 

I'm using FakeSMC v6.23.1417 with CPUSensors, GPUSensors and LPCSensors

 

Fans:

What I would like is to move and rename the labels shown:

GPU Fan @ ~ 4500rpm should be 'Water Pump', this is on the CPU FAN header

CPU Fan @ ~ 1750rpm is my 'Rear Case Fans' connected to SYS FAN 2 (2 fans on a Y cable to PWM header)

System Power Fan 2 @ ~ 1337rpm is my 'Upper Case Fan' connected to SYS FAN 1

Power Fan @ ~ 1348 rpm is my 'Lower Case Fan' connected to PWR FAN (correct)

 

I don't have a GPU fan as I'm water cooled

 

Voltages:

GPU Core (correct)

CPU Core (correct)

Memory Modules (correct)

Main 3.3V - Completely wrong

Main 5V (correct)

Power Supply 2-5 - no idea what these should be

CMOS Battery (correct)

 

Here are my voltages and fan speeds shown in BIOS:

attachicon.gifIMG_0034.jpg

 

 

Any help would be appreciated

Hello,

 

I'm using FakeSMC.kext v 6.24.1421 ; HWSensors.app with LPC,GPU,CPU and ACPI Sensors kext (Plugins )

 

I did some editing and created a specific Platformprofil ( inside LPCSensors.kext//Info.plist/IOKitPersonalities/ITE IT87xMonitor/Platformprofil/Gigabyte/  ) for my GA-EX58-UD5 MOBO

 

You'll find hereby my complete FakeSMC.kext (wich I put in EFI/C/K/10.12)

 

Image  what I see with HWSensors.app (6.24.1421)

post-305243-0-81525700-1490456743_thumb.png

 

 

FakeSMC.kext.zip

 

Perhaps this can help !

 

To do Fan name editing, you can do this in the the EX58-UD5 profil /Info.plist.... and the same in IT8720F dictionary

 

Good luck

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hi,

 

it did not work. after doing that, my hackintosh got loop boot.

 

i put FakeSMC.kext and its plugin into EFI/C/K/10.12 and it works but only show CPU and keyboard/mouse information. SSD and fan not shows.

 

how to fix?

 

thanks.

 

You could try with the FakeSMC.kext posted in post #1111.  ( Perhaps a permissions and (kernel) (cache rebuild...)

 

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There is a new version out !

HWSensors 6.25.1426

 

  • New Feature:  CPUSensors: Added KabyLake support
  • New FeatureLPCSensors: Added support for NCT6793D (thanks to Sergey @ctich from applelife.ru for help with integration)
  • Bug Fix:          HWMonitor: Fixed some SMART attribute values formatting for Seagate HDDs

 

:)

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There are some little but nice improvements with the latest HWsensors 6.25.1426 compared to 6.24.1421(even with an old X58 mobo...)

 

6.24.1421           6.25.1426

post-305243-0-39417600-1491847017_thumb.png      post-305243-0-26461000-1491847067_thumb.png

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Hello,
I would like to ask if there are any ideas regarding the following (Gigabyte specific) issue:

FakeSMC 6.25-12-g2303970.1438 with GPU, CPU and LPC PlugIns and GA-Z97X-Gaming GT board.

This Gigabyte board has 2 LPC chips (detected on Windows using HWINFO64 or SIV64):

 

ITE IT8620E-04 Gigabyte Z97X-Gaming GT BIOS F7  Chip ID 86200400 (4)  LPC 002E  Port 0000 0A35 0A36

 

and

 

ITE IT8790E-DX Gigabyte Z97X-Gaming GT BIOS F7  Chip ID 87900300 (4)  LPC 004E  Port 0000 0A45 0A46

 

The IT8620E is found and temperature readings appear all right.

Problem is that all my 3 fans (AIO water pump, front and rear/heat exchanger fans) are attached to the IT8790E headers.

So obviously there aren't any fan speed sensors visible with this setup as detection stops after the IT8620E chip is discovered.

 

Moving over to the IT8620E headers is not an option because for reasons unknown this causes random speed jumps and instable fan control.

Only the IT8790E fan headers work normally, tried all BIOS settings and also not OS dependent as fans behave not differently when running Windows.

 

I've attempted to add the definitions for the IT8790E controller as another generic/compatible IT87xx chip.

Now I'm not a developer but as far as I understood what is going on in SuperIODevice.cpp the case of having more than one IT87xx is not covered.

 

However it would be fine to just attach to the second IT8790E and ignore the primary IT8620E.

Would there be a way to enable this kind of 'chip select' in LPCSensors plugin?

Thanks.

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Hello,

I would like to ask if there are any ideas regarding the following (Gigabyte specific) issue:

 

FakeSMC 6.25-12-g2303970.1438 with GPU, CPU and LPC PlugIns and GA-Z97X-Gaming GT board.

This Gigabyte board has 2 LPC chips (detected on Windows using HWINFO64 or SIV64):

 

ITE IT8620E-04 Gigabyte Z97X-Gaming GT BIOS F7  Chip ID 86200400 (4)  LPC 002E  Port 0000 0A35 0A36

 

and

 

ITE IT8790E-DX Gigabyte Z97X-Gaming GT BIOS F7  Chip ID 87900300 (4)  LPC 004E  Port 0000 0A45 0A46

 

The IT8620E is found and temperature readings appear all right.

Problem is that all my 3 fans (AIO water pump, front and rear/heat exchanger fans) are attached to the IT8790E headers.

So obviously there aren't any fan speed sensors visible with this setup as detection stops after the IT8620E chip is discovered.

 

Moving over to the IT8620E headers is not an option because for reasons unknown this causes random speed jumps and instable fan control.

Only the IT8790E fan headers work normally, tried all BIOS settings and also not OS dependent as fans behave not differently when running Windows.

 

I've attempted to add the definitions for the IT8790E controller as another generic/compatible IT87xx chip.

Now I'm not a developer but as far as I understood what is going on in SuperIODevice.cpp the case of having more than one IT87xx is not covered.

 

However it would be fine to just attach to the second IT8790E and ignore the primary IT8620E.

Would there be a way to enable this kind of 'chip select' in LPCSensors plugin?

Thanks.

Ask this person for help, he has the same MOBO as you ...

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My GTX 1080 Ti is not working. I am getting a panic after typing my password. Im a noob. Please help me.

I used the latest webdriver. 10.12.5 

Regards
Hunk

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My GTX 1080 Ti is not working. I am getting a panic after typing my password. Im a noob. Please help me.

I used the latest webdriver. 10.12.5 

Regards

Hunk

Remove GPUSensor.kext from /EFI/Clover/kexts or /System/Library/Extensions

GPUSensor.kext for Pascal is causing the Kernel Panic.

 

or you can give this one a try:

http://hwsensors.com/public/HWSensors.6.25-12-g23039705.1438.Binaries.dmg

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and what about those 54Mhz? Does it reduce the performance of the graphicscard?

 

 

Gesendet von iPhone mit Tapatalk

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In comparison to windows no!

In macOS my 1070 stays around 60 to 63 while idle and reaches around 72 under load but in windows it stays around 45 while idle and reaches around 71 under load.

 

Edit:

 

And some times it crashes the macOS just before it loads the desktop. So I just removed the GPUSensor.kext 

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It worked however the fans are not running. How do you measure the temperature when gpusensors.kext is deleted?

 

Should i try some benchmark to check if they run under load? Which benchmark is good?

THX

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