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  • #21
    Myownfriend
    You mean running on the desktop or when gaming etc.?
    MangoHud will monitor temperatures, CPU/GPU load, RAM/VRAM utilization, fps/frametimes, etc.

    https://github.com/flightlessmango/MangoHud

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    • #22
      Originally posted by reba View Post

      The box I ordered comes with, quoting Lenovo: "Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX200 11AX (2x2) & Bluetooth® 5.2" (which is this one without the extra stuff on amazon.com) with this Linux support. It's pretty cheap for what it can do, maybe you'd like to swap the card?


      Edit: according to Lenovo, the Yoga 7 Slim Pro comes with either the Realtek or the Intel WiFi card, depending on which of the two offered models you ordered:
      82N50009GE (Ryzen 7 5800H): Realtek 8852AE 11AX (2x2) & Bluetooth® 5.1
      82MS001NGE (Ryzen 9 5900HX): Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX200 11AX (2x2) & Bluetooth® 5.1

      A model with 5600H isn't listed, so I assume you're from a different market, other than "GE"=Germany, or it's not directly from Lenovo.
      Thanks, I would consider swapping it if the driver is not added to mainline kernel in the next 3,4 releases. For now the aur dkms package works great. I'm much more interested in the platform_profile issue. Maybe I'll ping you privately after you get yours to check if it's a cpu issue or a lenovo issue

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      • #23
        Originally posted by ciupenhauer View Post

        Thanks, I would consider swapping it if the driver is not added to mainline kernel in the next 3,4 releases. For now the aur dkms package works great. I'm much more interested in the platform_profile issue. Maybe I'll ping you privately after you get yours to check if it's a cpu issue or a lenovo issue
        Please feel free. I have already added the platform_profie issue to my "to check" list yesterday, so we're both interested in this. I will contact you.

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        • #24
          Originally posted by uid313 View Post
          This is why its better to buy Intel, with Intel you know that
          your money go into bribes instead of into fast hardware

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          • #25
            Originally posted by pal666 View Post
            your money go into bribes instead of into fast hardware
            I don't know, maybe.
            But if my choice is Intel or AMD, then Intel does have higher better support on Linux with open source drivers merged mainline ahead of release.

            Now with the upcoming Alder Lake, Intel also have a CPU with a heterogeneous architecture consisting of a mix of big and small cores like big.LITTLE / DynamIQ on ARM. AMD have nothing like that.

            So it seems Intel is the better choice.

            There is no compelling reason to chose AMD. AMD need to step up their game and bring something to the table, such as open source FSP and no binary blobs.

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            • #26
              So no love for Zen1 .
              Is there an "easy" way to configure the output you get from the HWMON driver? It's hard to identify components like drives (SATA and NVME) if you have multiple in our system.

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              • #27
                Melcar you can use
                Code:
                smartctl
                to read out the drive temperatures or load the
                Code:
                drivetemp
                kernel module to have them show up when running
                Code:
                sensors
                and to have them get their own hwmon nodes.

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                • #28
                  Originally posted by kiffmet View Post
                  Melcar you can use
                  Code:
                  smartctl
                  to read out the drive temperatures or load the
                  Code:
                  drivetemp
                  kernel module to have them show up when running
                  Code:
                  sensors
                  and to have them get their own hwmon nodes.
                  I'm already using drive-temp along with sensors. The thing is that drive-temp uses scsi tags, and unless you dig in a bit more and figure out which is which (is you have more than one disk) it can be confusing, especially for someone not familiar with these stuff.
                  Also, the sensors output respects no sensible order. It comes out as a jumbled mess, sort off. While it does group individual sensors into one, if you are reading from various sensors, it displays them in no particular order. I guess it's just the OCD in me talking, but a "easy" way to configure the output would be welcomed.

                  Code:
                  [FONT=monospace][COLOR=#000000]drivetemp-scsi-3-0 [/COLOR]
                  Adapter: SCSI adapter
                  temp1:        +41.0°C  (low  = +14.0°C, high = +55.0°C)     
                                        (crit low = +10.0°C, crit = +60.0°C)
                                        (lowest = +31.0°C, highest = +41.0°C)
                  
                  it8792-isa-0a60
                  Adapter: ISA adapter
                  DDR Vtt A/B:   610.00 mV (min =  +0.55 V, max =  +0.80 V)
                  Chipset Core:    1.05 V  (min =  +0.99 V, max =  +1.10 V)
                  CPU Vdd18:       1.80 V  (min =  +1.74 V, max =  +1.85 V)
                  DDR Vpp A/B:     2.50 V  (min =  +2.38 V, max =  +2.63 V)
                  3VSB:            3.44 V  (min =  +3.21 V, max =  +3.40 V)  ALARM
                  Vbat:            3.25 V
                  SYS5 fan/pump:    0 RPM  (min =    0 RPM)
                  SYS6 fan/pump:    0 RPM  (min =    0 RPM)
                  SYS4 fan:         0 RPM  (min =    0 RPM)
                  PCIe X8:        +43.0°C  (low  = +127.0°C, high = +127.0°C)  sensor = thermistor
                  EC_temp 2:      -55.0°C  (low  = +127.0°C, high = +127.0°C)  sensor = thermistor
                  System 2:       +43.0°C  (low  = +127.0°C, high = +127.0°C)  sensor = thermistor
                  
                  amdgpu-pci-0800
                  Adapter: PCI adapter
                  vddgfx:      931.00 mV
                  fan1:         562 RPM  (min =    0 RPM, max = 3200 RPM)
                  edge:         +42.0°C  (crit = +94.0°C, hyst = -273.1°C)
                  power1:       15.22 W  (cap = 225.00 W)
                  
                  nvme-pci-0100
                  Adapter: PCI adapter
                  Composite:    +38.9°C  (low  =  -0.1°C, high = +74.8°C)
                                        (crit = +79.8°C)
                  
                  k10temp-pci-00c3
                  Adapter: PCI adapter
                  Tctl:         +49.5°C
                  Tdie:         +49.5°C
                  
                  drivetemp-scsi-2-0
                  Adapter: SCSI adapter
                  temp1:        +40.0°C  (lowest = +28.0°C, highest = +40.0°C)
                  
                  it8686-isa-0a40
                  Adapter: ISA adapter
                  CPU Vcore:     1.28 V  (min =  +0.35 V, max =  +1.45 V)
                  +3.3V:         3.33 V  (min =  +3.21 V, max =  +3.41 V)
                  +12V:         12.24 V  (min = +11.66 V, max = +12.38 V)
                  +5V:           4.95 V  (min =  +4.86 V, max =  +5.16 V)
                  Vcore SOC:   888.00 mV (min =  +0.90 V, max =  +1.26 V)
                  CPU Vddp:    936.00 mV (min =  +0.85 V, max =  +0.95 V)
                  DRAM A/B:      1.27 V  (min =  +1.10 V, max =  +1.60 V)
                  CPU fan:      704 RPM  (min =    0 RPM)
                  SYS1 fan:       0 RPM  (min =    0 RPM)
                  SYS2 fan:     750 RPM  (min =    0 RPM)
                  SYS3 fan:     700 RPM  (min =    0 RPM)
                  CPUOPT fan:   701 RPM  (min =    0 RPM)
                  System 1:     +42.0°C  (low  = +127.0°C, high = +127.0°C)  sensor = thermistor
                  Chipset:      +49.0°C  (low  = +127.0°C, high = +127.0°C)  sensor = thermistor
                  CPU:          +59.0°C  (low  = +137.0°C, high = +137.0°C)  sensor = AMD AMDSI
                  PCIe X16:     +44.0°C  (low  = +127.0°C, high = +127.0°C)  sensor = thermistor
                  VRM MOS:      +52.0°C  (low  =  +0.0°C, high = -117.0°C)  sensor = thermistor
                  EC_temp 1:    -55.0°C  (low  = +127.0°C, high = +127.0°C)  sensor = thermistor
                  
                  nvme-pci-0700
                  Adapter: PCI adapter
                  Composite:    +40.9°C  (low  =  -0.1°C, high = +117.8°C)
                                        (crit = +149.8°C)[/FONT]
                  I can use something like psensors or gkrellm that lets me do what I want, but sometimes one just wants a nice simple terminal.

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                  • #29
                    Melcar this script is the best I could come up with; it doesn't need root privileges. just copy the code into a .sh file and make it executable. you may want to edit the script (entries in "drives" and "nvme") to match your configuration:
                    Code:
                    [FONT=monospace][COLOR=#000000]#!/bin/bash [/COLOR]
                    #License: libre, no copyright, no copyleft, use at your own risk
                    drives=("sda" "sdb" "sdc" "sdd")
                    nvme=("nvme0n1")
                    for bdev in "${drives[@]}"
                           do
                                   printf "Block device:     %s\n" "/dev/$bdev"
                                   echo "Major_Minor:      /sys/dev/block/$(</sys/block/$bdev/dev)"
                                   echo "Device model:     $(</sys/block/$bdev/device/model)"
                    
                                   temp="$(cat /sys/block/$bdev/device/hwmon/hwmon*/temp*_input)"
                                   temp=$(echo "$temp/1000" | bc)
                                   printf "Temperature:      %s°C\n\n" "$temp"
                                   unset temp
                           done
                    
                    unset bdev
                    
                    for bdev in "${nvme[@]}"
                           do
                                   printf "Block device:     %s\n" "/dev/$bdev"
                                   echo "Major_Minor:      /sys/dev/block/$(</sys/block/$bdev/dev)"
                                   echo "Device model:     $(</sys/block/$bdev/device/model)"
                    
                                   temp="$(cat /sys/block/$bdev/device/hwmon*/temp*_input)"
                                   temp=$(echo "$temp/1000" | bc)
                                   printf "Temperature:      %s°C\n\n" "$temp"
                                   unset temp
                           done[/FONT]
                    Truncated sample output for my PC:
                    Code:
                    [FONT=monospace][COLOR=#5454ff][B]user[/B][/COLOR][COLOR=#000000]@box [/COLOR][COLOR=#000000][B]~ [/B][/COLOR][COLOR=#000000]% ./drivetemps.sh  [/COLOR]
                    Block device:     /dev/sda
                    Major_Minor:      /sys/dev/block/8:0
                    Device model:     Samsung SSD 840  
                    Temperature:      30°C
                    
                    (...)
                    
                    Block device:     /dev/nvme0n1
                    Major_Minor:      /sys/dev/block/259:0
                    Device model:     ADATA SX8200PNP                          
                    Temperature:      41°C[/FONT]
                    I hope it helps, cheers.

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                    • #30
                      Originally posted by kiffmet View Post
                      Melcar this script is the best I could come up with; it doesn't need root privileges. just copy the code into a .sh file and make it executable. you may want to edit the script (entries in "drives" and "nvme") to match your configuration:
                      Code:
                      [FONT=monospace][COLOR=#000000]#!/bin/bash [/COLOR]
                      #License: libre, no copyright, no copyleft, use at your own risk
                      drives=("sda" "sdb" "sdc" "sdd")
                      nvme=("nvme0n1")
                      for bdev in "${drives[@]}"
                      do
                      printf "Block device: %s\n" "/dev/$bdev"
                      echo "Major_Minor: /sys/dev/block/$(</sys/block/$bdev/dev)"
                      echo "Device model: $(</sys/block/$bdev/device/model)"
                      
                      temp="$(cat /sys/block/$bdev/device/hwmon/hwmon*/temp*_input)"
                      temp=$(echo "$temp/1000" | bc)
                      printf "Temperature: %s°C\n\n" "$temp"
                      unset temp
                      done
                      
                      unset bdev
                      
                      for bdev in "${nvme[@]}"
                      do
                      printf "Block device: %s\n" "/dev/$bdev"
                      echo "Major_Minor: /sys/dev/block/$(</sys/block/$bdev/dev)"
                      echo "Device model: $(</sys/block/$bdev/device/model)"
                      
                      temp="$(cat /sys/block/$bdev/device/hwmon*/temp*_input)"
                      temp=$(echo "$temp/1000" | bc)
                      printf "Temperature: %s°C\n\n" "$temp"
                      unset temp
                      done[/FONT]
                      Truncated sample output for my PC:
                      Code:
                      [FONT=monospace][COLOR=#5454ff][B]user[/B][/COLOR][COLOR=#000000]@box [/COLOR][COLOR=#000000][B]~ [/B][/COLOR][COLOR=#000000]% ./drivetemps.sh [/COLOR]
                      Block device: /dev/sda
                      Major_Minor: /sys/dev/block/8:0
                      Device model: Samsung SSD 840
                      Temperature: 30°C
                      
                      (...)
                      
                      Block device: /dev/nvme0n1
                      Major_Minor: /sys/dev/block/259:0
                      Device model: ADATA SX8200PNP
                      Temperature: 41°C[/FONT]
                      I hope it helps, cheers.
                      Thanks, will try it latter after work.

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