I can't link due to it being a competitor it's not Amazonbut a quick search ought to return the right result. Use "thermal" rather than "temperature". I've got a few from my current build which I intend to use on my soon-to-be-built system to monitor an uncooled hard drive quick mount bay, so when the temperature reaches a certain range the motherboard will kick in a fan I'll tie under or above the bay. Last edited: Dec 3, Dec 3, at AM 3. You are a star Thank you.
Dec 4, at AM 4. Dec 4, at PM 5. Had no idea that OcUK stocked them. Well spotted sir. You must log in or sign up to reply here. Show Ignored Content. Your Username or Email Address: Do you already have an account?Motherboard Monitor by Alexander van Kaam is a great freeware that uses hardware monitoring chips found on many Pentium and all newer motherboards.
MBM will automatically detect and use the circuit described below. Some can monitor negative voltagesother does not. They all have one thing in common : the SMBus. The schematic is very easyand needs few external components. The sensorstransistors can be BC with basis connected to collector. Just choose an addressMBM will detect any.
Any unused sensor inputs should be shorted to prevent floatingand shorting one tells the chip that sensor is not in use. You should be happy MAX is so smallwith that little body it picks up temperature changes really quick local sensor in huge packages is always sluggish. So all you have to dois connect those pinseach pin is 0. SMBus uses only weak 20mA open collector outputs. Skip to content Contact me. How to connect more temperature sensors to Motherboard Monitor Motherboard Monitor by Alexander van Kaam is a great freeware that uses hardware monitoring chips found on many Pentium and all newer motherboards.
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The reason for this thread is that I have found the system "ambient" temperature is greatly influenced by its location on the motherboard and can lead to invalid temperature readings. Adjacent components e. SouthBridge chipset, RAM modules, video card s or other nearby heat sources e.
So, if you want to know the "real" temperature, or know where to locate an additional circulation fan to help normalize the ambient temperature throughout the case, you have to take the location of these sensor s into consideration.
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I recently had a new fan installed on my laptop because the old one died on me, and even though the new fan is working fine I'm having overheating problems now. I didn't know what the problem was at first until I checked my laptops temperature readings using speedfan.
At first it made sense that my laptop was turning off from overheating, but after checking out the readings something doesn't add up. The temperature will shoot up from 20 degrees celcius to degrees celcius in less than 2 seconds. At the same time my computer will still feel very cool so it doesn't make any sense. This has never happened before and is very frustrating since my computer shuts down as soon as the temperature reads C. Therefore I think that if I recalibrate the temperature sensors either this problem will go away or I'll realize that I finally need a new laptop.
If anyone knows any way possible to calibrate the sensors please feel free to give any advice as it is greatly appreciated. Related Computing and Technology News on Phys.Nest Temperature Sensor: Unboxing and Install
There isn't a way to recalibrate the temp sensors on laptops. Your only option as far as that would be to solder on a new sensor.
Have you checked the temperature directly in the bios? If the laptop is shutting off it sounds like the bios could be reading a high temp as well though.
It's a possibility that when you reassembled the laptop, the temp sensor wires got crushed or are possibly grounding out. The temp sensor may just be a simple lead that's sandwiched between the socket and processor.
If so, it may be a simple fix. The laptop will sometimes have cold air coming out and still say it's overheating. Your answer makes a lot of sense though, since the issue didn't happen until I had my new fan installed.
It could be possible that one of the temp sensor wires got crushed. Elliott said:.
It's an hpdv, it has 2 GB ram, an intel centrino duo processor and nvidia graphics card. The thing is, whenever it starts overheating I'll notice the graphics on the computer start to slug but everything else still runs fine.
Could it be that just the graphics card is overheating? Maybe a bad heatsink?Forum World Records. Sign In Sign Up. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of Thread: Water temp controlled fan speds. Water temp controlled fan speds. Crosshair 6 Hero has an input for liquid temperature sensors, is it possible to run fan profiles from this data alone? My Ryzen is running too cold I am having a lot of trouble getting proper fan response in relation to the loop temperature.
I also have two R9 s in the same loop and this makes this issue worse since some games are really heavy on the GPUs while my CPU is barely braking a sweat. I don't like to run software based solutions so I really really would like to have BIOS based fan curve. Originally Posted by Waza That would require the mobo to have an input for a coolant temperature sensor. There doesn't appear to be a place where that could be done on the Crosshair VI -- maybe in the next generation?
If you were to bring that in via USB say, it would have to meet some standard and then it could be put in the mobo BIOS -- but is there an USB based coolant temperature standard that everyone sticks to? If you think about it though, your has 16 threads available and even the most demanding games never load them all up much. It seems to me that a quality software solution would actually be very little overhead so perhaps you can try that and see how it performs. Not sure which programs you would use for that though.
I just used Corsair Link when I was running my AIO but it sounds like you've got a much more complex setup and I have no experience with that.
Originally Posted by entropic-remnants. There doesn't appear to be a place where that could be done on the Crosshair VI. Last edited by Waza88; at AM.
Holy crap! All the time I've spent with this thing and I never once noticed those inputs. Well bless me for an idiot and thanks for being gentle with my education, lol.
Setting up CPU and board temperature sensing
I really do feel stupid. Well, I agree with the premise then: since those inputs are there it really should be built in that some of the fan or pump outputs should be controlled by those temps.
Tired of trolls and mods that act like this platform has no problems and it's the users fault. Great post now my question is when i use asus ai suite 3 i see water in temp water out temp but no flow speed is that only available in bios or is there another program we can use from asus that will give me all the input meaning water in water out and flow speed not just water in and water out like asus suite 3.
Originally Posted by Asus Last edited by Krayn; at PM. Doesn't AI Suite 3 allow you to control fan speeds in your personal profile via discriminating logic amongst 3 sensor inputs? You just have to select multiple as the source. Just wondering if one of the three available in the dropdown is not the water temps you are discussing?
Originally Posted by davemon CH6 hero. Originally Posted by Krayn. If you click on the CPU Fan now there is a display for flow. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page:. ASUS Strix 7.Menu Menu. Search Everywhere Threads This forum This thread. Search titles only.
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I noticed a spare pin header JTPWR that the manual refers to as suitable for a power supply temperature sensor. The first thing I did was to try to find the specifications. I had no luck but did find a reference that said that Asus chip involved had a similar specification to the Winborne chip and it's specification showed that a Radio Shack thermistor part number was to be used.
Using available thermistors. The B value in simple terms is how much the resistance changes with temperature. I confirmed that this is the correct part for the A7V by inserting a 4. All of the thermistors that I found had a B that was too high. However by the addition of 2 resistors they could be made to work. The correct part would have a value of 4. Putting this resistor in series with the thermistor would increase the total resistance and make the readings incorrect but it can be balanced by a resistor that is connected across the thermistor and the RS resistor.
This resistor RP is calculated as follows This combination of resistors and a Unitherm EC95 gives a resistance of 4. Basic theory.
In this condition all of any change in the resistance of the thermistor is reflected in the overall resistance of the circuit. Thus a thermistor with a larger change can be substituted for one with lesser change by adding a couple of resistors. You will need a connector for the board.
I used an old fan connector, it was 3 pin but It fitted on the 2 pin header, I just did not use the extra pin hole. Arrange the two resistors and the thermistor so that they can be soldered and insulated with heat-shrink tubing without shorting.
Resistor RS connected to thermistor.
Adding extra temperature sensors for MBM
First lead connected, polarity is not important. Resistor RP connected from thermistor to red wire and black lead added. Note that the sleeve should not be able to slide down the thermistor leg. To finish off cover the lot with another heat-shrink sleeve. To see the temperature using the Mother Board Monitor program select Asus 3 in the temperature menu.
Asus Probe software seems not to have the ability to monitor this Asus feature. I used mine for room temperature by mounting it near a air inlet to the case.
This has an advantage over a normal thermometer in that the temperature can be logged to a file by MBM. When installing the probe make sure that the computer power lead is disconnected from the wall socke t and take precautions against static electricity.