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SubjectRe: ACPI trouble (Was: Re: [patch] amd athlon cooling on kt266/266a chipset)
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Actually, I used a separate temperature sensor to come up with proper values
for lm_sensors to read the CPU temperature on my A7V (ver 1.01). After
testing lowest and highest temperatures, this what I came up with:

compute temp2 28.2+((@-18)*2), ((@-28.2)/2)+18

I know it looks weird, but it makes the "sensors" value for CPU temperate
match (within .5 degrees C) across the entire range I can test (which is
from full load on a 1GHz Thunderbird down to idle and using the old "lvcool"
patch).

----- Original Message -----
From: <pogosyan@phys.ualberta.ca>
To: <whitney@math.berkeley.edu>
Cc: "Rasmus Bøg Hansen" <moffe@amagerkollegiet.dk>; "LKML"
<linux-kernel@vger.kernel.org>
Sent: Thursday, January 24, 2002 11:48 AM
Subject: Re: ACPI trouble (Was: Re: [patch] amd athlon cooling on kt266/266a
chipset)


> > Note that on this motherboard (and perhaps all ASUS Via chipset
> > motherboards, including the A7V133), one needs the following line in
> > /etc/sensors.conf to get reasonable lm_sensors CPU temperatures:
> > compute temp2 @*2, @/2
> > This is as described at http://www2.lm-sensors.nu/~lm78/support.html
> > in Ticket 775.
> >
>
> I have ASUS A7V266-E (AS99127F chip) and lm_sensors 2.6.2
> shows 43 C for CPU without any additional lines in /etc/sensors.conf
>
> Which sounds reasonable. However this temperature is rarely ever change
!
> I typically have 43.1, sometimes 42.8 and that's it. Even after 2-3
min
>
> compiles. So something is wrong
>
> Dmitri
>
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