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10 hours ago, nomadturk said:

Hey Victor, 

The preferences menu is stuck in English although I use macOS in Turkish. The main is ok btw. 

 

 

fixed. BTW my name is vector:D:hysterical:

5 hours ago, Slice said:

North bridge is too cold like Arctic

Снимок экрана 2018-11-23 в 7.43.18.png

Can you show me the relative line for the key TN0P in the dump? (righ click on the first row of the view, close to the end of the log)

1 hour ago, fabiosun said:

In High Sierra it is fixed

good, I'll try later 10.11 and 10.12

Edited by vector sigma

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5 minutes ago, vector sigma said:

fixed. BTW my name is vector:D:hysterical:

Can you show me the relative line for the key TN0P in the dump? (righ click on the first row of the view, close to the end of the log)

  TN0P  [sp78]  (bytes 27 00)

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Just now, Slice said:

I am at work now can't check the app.

ok, please check that later. 

This is the code:

case .temperature:
      var t: Int = 0
      bcopy((data as NSData).bytes, &t, 2)
      if t > -15 && t < 150 {
        /*
         -10 min temp + 5 to ensure no one start a pc this way.
         150 (110 °C it is enough) to ensure reading is correct
         */
        sensor.stringValue = "\(t)"
        sensor.doubleValue = Double(t)
        valid = true
      }

if I have to consider 0x27 should be 39º

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3 hours ago, Slice said:

  TN0P  [sp78]  (bytes 27 00)

There where a big error I made importing from c code to swift, fixed in r187 (I hope) by using the result of the "decodeNumericValue()" function as it must have been already.

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14 minutes ago, Andrey1970 said:

@vector sigma 

Make here slightly more place. The last letter in the word "графики" was not located.

 

Spoiler

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I've already made it larger and tested it and I thought it was all right... but my Russian is bad :hysterical:

Fixed in r188.

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34 minutes ago, fabiosun said:

Is it possible to have this value exposed dynamically as we have in Intel Power Gadget?

thank you

TDP is a constant.
TDP not PKG Power.

PKG Power is in HWMonitorSMC2 

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2 hours ago, fabiosun said:

Is it possible to have this value exposed dynamically as we have in Intel Power Gadget?

thank you

Sorry but is not the same thing, TDP is static (meant as TDP base.. as design). What do you seek is "Totale Package" (Pakage Total):

It is a good question for Intel why our apps show different things and or why same things are called differently. "Pakage Total" will work if you install VirtualSMC, but there is no way to get it from the IntelPowerGadget.framework as in the header there's no a public way to do that. 

 

IPG 3.5.5 vs HWMonitorSMC2 v2.4.3 (r188)

 

IPGvsHWM2.thumb.png.f406d6c3190aa512246fadf84d27d962.png

 

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1 minute ago, Andrey1970 said:

TDP is a constant.
TDP not PKG Power.

PKG Power is in HWMonitorSMC2 

1493247069_2018-11-2319_37_14.png.e5d09f278058ccbbb89a06a212a3b131.png

No Andrey

Take a look on flat line in my IPG graph (around 160 it is 165 (TDP for my CPU) and this could be greater under stress test)

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23 minutes ago, vector sigma said:

Sorry but is not the same thing, TDP is static (meant as TDP max.. as design). What do you seek is "Core Package":

It is a good question for Intel why our apps show different things and or why same things are called differently. "Core Package" will work if you install VirtualSMC, but there is no way to get it from the IntelPowerGadget.framework as in the header there's no a public way to do that. 

 

IPG 3.5.5 vs HWMonitorSMC2 v2.4.3 (r188)

 

IPGvsHWM2.thumb.png.f406d6c3190aa512246fadf84d27d962.png

 

Thank you for your answer

I am using for now fakesmc and its plugin sets because I have strange hang on my system with virtualsmc. Core package when I have used it does not reach higher wattage as I caould see in IPG graph..here I have to check better  checked with virtualSMC Core PKG value is the same in both app

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5 minutes ago, fabiosun said:

No Andrey

Take a look on flat line in my IPG graph (around 160 it is 165 (TDP for my CPU) and this could be greater under stress test)

Fabio, IPG place a gray line exactly at 165W to let you understand that this is the max

as for me the max is 35W

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