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  • cyring
    started a topic Need Beta testers for CoreMod

    Need Beta testers for CoreMod

    Hi All,
    I have programmed a software to read clock frequencies, ratio, temperatures of the Intel Core i7
    It also give details from BIOS: proc, mb, ram, ...
    I need some Linux users and Core iX to tell me what's work or not
    Fyi my testbed is a Bloomfield 920 + Rampage II Gene X58 + 12 GB DDR3 (3x2 Corsair + 3x2 OCZ)

    Source code is available in my wiki:

    http://wiki.cyring.fr/index.php?title=CoreMod

    U just need to compile and run as root

    Let me know how it goes ?

    Regards,
    CyrIng

  • cyring
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    Originally posted by deanjo View Post
    I am sorry but I am not seeing any such thing here:

    http://wiki.cyring.fr/index.php?title=CoreMod#coremod.h
    Sorry for the inconveniences, I have built a server for all my source codes at the following URL

    http://code.cyring.fr/FTS

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  • deanjo
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    Originally posted by cyring View Post
    When you point timings.c in the directories tree, it will display 3 icons : one is for direct download ( like save as )
    I am sorry but I am not seeing any such thing here:

    http://wiki.cyring.fr/index.php?title=CoreMod#coremod.h

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  • cyring
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    Originally posted by deanjo View Post
    It's not about size, it's about having to strip characters and line numbers that are introduced by copy and pasting. Even a straight download of the header and the c file would suffice.
    When you point timings.c in the directories tree, it will display 3 icons : one is for direct download ( like save as )

    I have programmed in php my code server to make it easy, do I need to do more ?

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  • deanjo
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    Originally posted by cyring View Post
    timings.c is so tiny !
    it just requires to do a cc

    btw, this code will join next release of CoreMod which have the whole thing (Makefile, tgz)
    It's not about size, it's about having to strip characters and line numbers that are introduced by copy and pasting. Even a straight download of the header and the c file would suffice.

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  • cyring
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    Originally posted by deanjo View Post
    +1 for the tarball
    timings.c is so tiny !
    it just requires to do a cc

    btw, this code will join next release of CoreMod which have the whole thing (Makefile, tgz)

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  • deanjo
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    Originally posted by Kano View Post
    How about doing a tar.gz with at least a makefile (to compile and clean)? I do not intend to use copy+paste and remove numbers later. You can use git as well.
    +1 for the tarball

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  • cyring
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    DDR3 Timings

    I have released my source code to display the DDR3 Timings

    1- download Source/C/DDR3_Timings/timings.c in the code server
    2- compile
    Code:
    cc timings.c -o timings
    3- run as root
    Code:
    sudo ./timings
    Folks, I just need your tests !
    Let me know if it matches your BIOS settings ?

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  • cyring
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    It works with my motherboard : ASUS Rampage 2 Gene
    The HT status is retrieved from SMBIOS (my dmi is a 2.5 release)

    As I said I have to rely on something else. I believe CPUID or MSR are the key.
    I may also give a look into kernel sources how it builds /proc/cpuinfo
    So far, I have programmed a nice Makefile, and I'm building a virtual server to provide code files.

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  • Kano
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    Well HT is a major info when you count the cores with /proc/cpuinfo. Should not be that hard however. Other systems do not have got those dmi values you parse, so better forget em.

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