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 File comments for:  Utility » Workbench » cputemp.lha


Description: Temperature monitor for the X5000 and A1222
Download: cputemp.lha
Version: 1.1
Date: 26 Dec 2020
Category: utility/workbench
FileID: 11527
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Comment by: SMF ( 27 Dec 2020, 10:23File version: 1.1

Are you sure you were running version 1.1 ?
I was in a little bit of hurry when i wrote that window thing on christmas day because i wanted to release it the same day (i was happy with just displaying the cpu temp but wanted some more for a release) and did not notice it until the day after that sometimes old values was not erased.
I was hoping that it was fixed in 1.1
Comment by: dooz ( 27 Dec 2020, 07:45File version: 1.1
It works OK here on Tabor. Great tool! Three sensors behave like this: CPU is the highest (66), PCB is in the middle (39) and PCB2 is usually the lowest (34).

I noticed that on separate window number are not refreshing correct - the last value is not erased and the new appears. For example is CPU was 65, and it rises to 66 - I can still see the remains of number 5 under 6 on the second digit.
Comment by: SMF ( 26 Dec 2020, 08:58File version: 1.0
Hi Lazi
pcb2 is the PCIe switch temperature on the X5000.
I was looking in the Tabor TRM when i wrote this and there it's referenced as the PCB2 temperature but i guess it's the PCIe switch temperature there too.
Comment by: Lazi ( 25 Dec 2020, 21:57File version: 1.0
What does it mean PCB2 temperature on X5000?
It is the highest here 73C.

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