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  • #31
    These are my temp differences idle:

    nvidia-settings: core:40C ambient:34C

    nvclock: Sensor: Analog Devices ADT7473
    Board temperature: 34C
    GPU temperature: 32C
    Fanspeed: 694 RPM
    Fanspeed mode: manual
    PWM duty cycle: 40.0%

    -- General info --
    Card: nvidia GeForce GTX 260
    Architecture: GA0 A2
    PCI id: 0x5e2
    GPU clock: 300.856 MHz
    Bustype: PCI-Express

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    • #32
      nvidia-settings -q GPUCoreTemp -q GPUAmbientTemp|grep Attr

      is the smart way to check temp with nvidia settings. Core is here also +8C more with nvidia-settings (8800 GTS 512) or +7C (6800 GS).

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      • #33
        ok, so now the "smart" way after 10 mins of glxgears:

        nvsettings:

        Attribute 'GPUCoreTemp' (quad64er:0.0): 53.
        Attribute 'GPUAmbientTemp' (quad64er:0.0): 47.

        nvclock:

        -- Sensor info --
        Sensor: Analog Devices ADT7473
        Board temperature: 48C
        GPU temperature: 48C
        Fanspeed: 701 RPM
        Fanspeed mode: manual
        PWM duty cycle: 40.0%

        -- General info --
        Card: nvidia GeForce GTX 260
        Architecture: GA0 A2
        PCI id: 0x5e2
        GPU clock: 576.000 MHz
        Bustype: PCI-Express

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        • #34
          I have added some more debug code for temperature sensors. Using the latest cvs version 'nvclock -d -T' shows both the lowlevel stuff nvclock sees and the stuff reported by NV-CONTROL (nvidia-settings uses this). I would like a couple of test runs on different cards with different temperatures as I want to find the correct offsets needed for each gpu model. (the pci id and gpu type is needed as well)

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          • #35
            ok, I installed the latest cvs version, these are the outputs:

            idle

            nvclock -d -T
            Probing I2C busses
            bus: 2 device: ae
            bus: 2 device: ac
            bus: 2 device: aa
            bus: 2 device: a8
            bus: 2 device: a6
            bus: 2 device: a4
            bus: 2 device: a2
            bus: 2 device: a0
            bus: 2 device: 6e
            bus: 3 device: e0
            bus: 3 device: 5c
            m1=2 m2=1 n1=22 n2=1 p=0
            m1=7 m2=1 n1=39 n2=1 p=1
            nvidia GeForce GTX 260
            => GPU temperature: 35C
            => Board temperature: 37C

            nvclock -c 1 -i
            -- General info --
            Card: nvidia GeForce GTX 260
            Architecture: GT200 A2
            PCI id: 0x5e2
            GPU clock: 300.856 MHz
            Bustype: PCI-Express

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            • #36
              after 5 mins of glxgears

              nvclock -d -T
              Probing I2C busses
              bus: 2 device: ae
              bus: 2 device: ac
              bus: 2 device: aa
              bus: 2 device: a8
              bus: 2 device: a6
              bus: 2 device: a4
              bus: 2 device: a2
              bus: 2 device: a0
              bus: 2 device: 6e
              bus: 3 device: e0
              bus: 3 device: 5c
              m1=2 m2=1 n1=22 n2=1 p=0
              m1=7 m2=1 n1=39 n2=1 p=1
              nvidia GeForce GTX 260
              => GPU temperature: 44C
              => Board temperature: 43C

              nvidia-settings

              Attribute 'GPUCoreTemp' (quad64er:0.0): 48.
              Attribute 'GPUAmbientTemp' (quad64er:0.0): 42

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              • #37
                Hmm, something doesn't seem to work in my nv-control debug code. I fixed it in cvs.

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                • #38
                  ok, so this is the output of the new cvs:

                  nvclock -d -T
                  Probing I2C busses
                  bus: 2 device: ae
                  bus: 2 device: ac
                  bus: 2 device: aa
                  bus: 2 device: a8
                  bus: 2 device: a6
                  bus: 2 device: a4
                  bus: 2 device: a2
                  bus: 2 device: a0
                  bus: 2 device: 6e
                  bus: 3 device: e0
                  bus: 3 device: 5c
                  m1=2 m2=1 n1=22 n2=1 p=0
                  m1=7 m2=1 n1=39 n2=1 p=1
                  nvidia GeForce GTX 260
                  => GPU temperature: 33C
                  => Board temperature: 34C
                  => GPU temperature according to NV-CONTROL: 41
                  => Board temperature according to NV-CONTROL: 996609760

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                  • #39
                    I fixed the board temperature but that one should be the same between nvclock and nvidia-settings.

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                    • #40
                      nvclock display wrong temperature on 9600GSO.

                      nvclock -T -d
                      Probing I2C busses
                      bus: 0 device: a0
                      bus: 0 device: 6e
                      m1=4 m2=1 n1=37 n2=1 p=1
                      m1=4 m2=1 n1=37 n2=1 p=2
                      nVidia Geforce 9600GSO
                      NV_20008 (0x20008): c0083724
                      slope=0.043000, offset=-227.000000, correction=0
                      => GPU temperature: 27C
                      => GPU temperature according to NV-CONTROL: 52
                      => Board temperature according to NV-CONTROL: 52


                      nvidia-settings -q GPUCoreTemp -q GPUAmbientTemp|grep Attr
                      Attribute 'GPUCoreTemp' (athlon:0.0): 52.

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                      • #41
                        It has been fixed in cvs.

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                        • #42
                          hmm... it's nvclock output from latest cvs compiled few minutes before i wrote post above.

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                          • #43
                            Just updated from cvs. It appears i have 50c in nvidia-settings
                            and GPU=45c board_temp=40c in nvclock. Also i am forcing 90%
                            fan speed but it says here it is set to 'auto'. Fan speed is
                            correct though.
                            Code:
                            vger ~ # nvclock -i
                            -- General info --
                            Card: 		nVidia Geforce 8800GTX
                            Architecture: 	NV50/G80 A2
                            PCI id: 	0x191
                            GPU clock: 	621.000 MHz
                            Bustype: 	PCI-Express
                            
                            -- Shader info --
                            Clock: 1458.000 MHz
                            Stream units: 128 (11111111b)
                            ROP units: 24 (111111b)
                            -- Memory info --
                            Amount: 	768 MB
                            Type: 		384 bit DDR3
                            Clock: 		999.000 MHz
                            
                            -- PCI-Express info --
                            Current Rate: 	16X
                            Maximum rate: 	16X
                            
                            -- Sensor info --
                            Sensor: Analog Devices ADT7473
                            Board temperature: 40C
                            GPU temperature: 45C
                            Fanspeed: 2580 RPM
                            Fanspeed mode: auto
                            PWM duty cycle: 89.8%
                            
                            -- VideoBios information --
                            Version: 60.80.0e.00.15
                            Signon message: GeForce 8800 GTX VGA BIOS
                            VID mask: 3
                            Voltage level 0: 1.10V, VID: 0
                            Voltage level 1: 1.20V, VID: 1
                            Voltage level 2: 1.30V, VID: 2

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                            • #44
                              I have added a bunch of fixes and temperature reporting of LM99/ADT7473/MAX6659 sensors used on geforce6/7/8 boards should be correct now.

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by Thunderbird View Post
                                I have added a bunch of fixes and temperature reporting of LM99/ADT7473/MAX6659 sensors used on geforce6/7/8 boards should be correct now.
                                They match up here now.

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