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    Default Need Help Spare a Min please!

    Good afternoon guys,
    The thing is I was trying to make a database type thing, so if you please help me, that will be real awesome.

    This database will be on PSU's voltage readings, CPU GPU RAM usage temperature , HDD temperature etc.

    so just spare a min to get the Open Hardware Monitor, if you have it just launch it or you can download it - 1 2 3

    (if u can't download it u can just send me a msg and i will send u the software)

    then just open up the software, keep it running. just do ur things, play games or whatever u want. finally after few hours just post the screen shot. and please upload 2 different images showing all the hardware and their state.

    your participation is highly appreciated

    it will be like this.

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    And please mention your system configuration
    PSU, Cooler etc

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    nobody got time for this ?
    Last edited by redwan hasan; December 1st, 2013 at 14:30.

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    Hey,are you developing this software?

    I can run keep it running for your test.I will post later the screenshots.

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    I will download it when I get to my PC. Great little utility from the looks of the screenshot.

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    no I'm not developing any software or anything right now. All I'm doing is trying to make a database of hardware. I can't just get my hands on many systems so I thought this forum might help.
    thanks for ur help though. appreciate much.


    thanks bro, happy to hear that. please do upload the shots. and yeah it is a nice software.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    Good afternoon guys,
    The thing is I was trying to make a database type thing, so if you please help me, that will be real awesome.

    This database will be on PSU's voltage readings, CPU GPU RAM usage temperature , HDD temperature etc.

    so just spare a min to get the Open Hardware Monitor, if you have it just launch it or you can download it - 1 2 3

    (if u can't download it u can just send me a msg and i will send u the software)

    then just open up the software, keep it running. just do ur things, play games or whatever u want. finally after few hours just post the screen shot. and please upload 2 different images showing all the hardware and their state.

    your participation is highly appreciated

    it will be like this.

    Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	31923Click image for larger version. 

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    And please mention your system configuration
    PSU, Cooler etc

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    nobody got time for this ?
    Exactly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanguard View Post
    Exactly!
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    @redwan hasan : Ki bhai cholbe eita ? Shobar info nia blackmail koire world domination korben ei info dia ? Jodi successful hon taile amare akta desh er ruler banai-en.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawkill View Post
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    @redwan hasan : Ki bhai cholbe eita ? Shobar info nia blackmail koire world domination korben ei info dia ? Jodi successful hon taile amare akta desh er ruler banai-en.

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    P.S.: All of these was on idle mode
    obossoi dourabe.

    btw koto inch ruler hoite chan? 12 naki 7.5?

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    Not sure why you want 'em, but here.



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    aida 64 diley ki kono problem achey? ami office e asi. bashai giye diye dibo

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    thanks. just wanna make a Database/something like it. like the temperature of component /rail voltages etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed View Post
    aida 64 diley ki kono problem achey? ami office e asi. bashai giye diye dibo

    thanks. AIDA64 e er option beshi chilo maybe as far as i remember

    but same type info hole it will do

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    it seems ur software & aida both shows less info for summary view only mode. anyway. i used hw monitor.


    my rig is under the left side of my name & the only change is the memory. currently using corsair xms3 6 GB 1600 mhz. my dominator platinium is out for an rma.

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    also if others & urself wondering why on earth there are reading like 77 on h100i. be advised that this is not a ordinary cpu. it's a PHYSICAL 6 core processor & it's running on turbo on demand mode. that means i didn't set or adjust the vcore e.t.c manually. so,for 100% stable system asus automatically pushes more than require vcore just for a fully stable turbo mode.
    & i couldn't test on games. bcoz,no games currently installed on my desktop is capable of utilizing my hw. so,these test are based on 3d mark 11,3d mark(firestrike),heaven benchmark,cinebench 10.
    also if u want to compare temps. i believe it's not a good idea. bcoz,not all of us can report or have the same ambient room temperature. i don't have a room temperature sensor to let u know of that.

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    also my psu results:
    AX1200i Temp AX1200i Fan Efficiency (%) Power In (W) Power Out (W)
    42.1°C 540 95.09202 652 620
    42.1°C 580 89.32927 656 586
    42.2°C 620 99 656 649.44
    42.2°C 640 98.77301 652 644
    42.2°C 660 98.77301 652 644
    42.2°C 660 95.42683 656 626
    42.2°C 660 99 644 637.56
    42.2°C 600 94.75309 648 614
    42.2°C 660 95.70552 652 624
    42.2°C 680 92.63804 652 604
    42.0°C 680 96.89441 644 624
    42.0°C 680 96.89441 644 624
    42.0°C 680 96.89441 644 624
    41.9°C 680 96.89441 644 624
    41.9°C 700 95.65217 644 616
    42.0°C 700 98.17073 656 644
    42.1°C 680 98.17073 656 644
    42.1°C 580 99 636 629.64
    42.0°C 580 99 636 629.64
    41.9°C 600 99 648 641.52
    41.9°C 600 99 648 641.52
    41.9°C 600 99 648 641.52
    41.9°C 680 96.01227 652 626
    41.9°C 680 99 656 649.44
    42.0°C 680 95.73171 656 628
    41.9°C 680 99 656 649.44
    42.0°C 680 95.73171 656 628
    42.0°C 680 99 656 649.44
    42.0°C 700 95.98765 648 622
    42.0°C 700 95.98765 648 622
    42.0°C 700 90.85366 656 596
    41.9°C 680 99 656 649.44
    41.9°C 700 99 656 649.44
    42.0°C 700 99 664 657.36
    41.9°C 680 99 664 657.36
    41.9°C 640 99 644 637.56
    41.9°C 660 96.70659 668 646
    41.9°C 660 96.70659 668 646
    41.9°C 680 96.70659 668 646
    41.9°C 680 99 668 661.32
    41.9°C 700 99 688 681.12
    41.9°C 700 98.24561 684 672
    41.8°C 680 98.82353 680 672
    41.8°C 680 99 680 673.2
    41.8°C 700 99 676 669.24
    41.8°C 680 97.95322 684 670
    41.8°C 640 91.86047 688 632
    41.8°C 640 91.86047 688 632
    41.8°C 580 91.86047 688 632
    41.8°C 580 99 688 681.12
    41.8°C 580 99 684 677.16
    41.8°C 580 94.70588 680 644
    41.8°C 580 99 676 669.24
    42.0°C 580 95.56213 676 646
    41.9°C 560 90.58824 680 616
    41.9°C 560 90.58824 680 616
    41.9°C 560 98.81657 676 668
    41.9°C 560 95.53571 672 642
    41.9°C 560 95.53571 672 642
    41.9°C 580 95.53571 672 642
    41.9°C 580 97.64706 680 664
    41.9°C 580 95.05814 688 654
    42.0°C 580 96.17647 680 654
    41.9°C 580 99 676 669.24
    41.9°C 580 95.53571 672 642
    41.9°C 580 99 672 665.28
    41.9°C 580 99 672 665.28
    41.9°C 580 92.60355 676 626
    42.0°C 560 87.19512 656 572
    42.1°C 500 99 600 594

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    thanks for that.

    well for a 150W TDP processor i guess it should stay hot. but according to intel its package temperature should not exceed 66.8degree Celsius.

    still as far as i remember, some guy said they are getting 78degree with H100i.
    some said that's way too high.

    i guess as it is a large processor a bit more thermal paste was needed.

    anyway from this I'm starting to wonder so there is no PSU that provides actual 12V on 12V rail?

    that's sad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    thanks for that.

    well for a 150W TDP processor i guess it should stay hot. but according to intel its package temperature should not exceed 66.8degree Celsius.

    still as far as i remember, some guy said they are getting 78degree with H100i.
    some said that's way too high.

    i guess as it is a large processor a bit more thermal paste was needed.

    anyway from this I'm starting to wonder so there is no PSU that provides actual 12V on 12V rail?

    that's sad.
    no i searched the whole internet & even on asus rog forum. i saw there too people reporting 78. but,the experts also suggested that if 4Ghz is done manually the temp would drop by around 5 to 10 degree. & btw i am only using pull configuration for the h100i. will add a push/pull when i get all the individually sleeved cable + the custom designed sp 120L specifically for h100i next year.
    & this the world's highest rated that is platinum power supply. but,corsair link shows different value. u can see the screenshot below. so,whatever the performance u see here. there can't be any better psu performing better than this. not even evga supernova. evga called all their latest platinum 1000w psu's for free rma bcoz,they weren't performing as they should.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed View Post
    no i searched the whole internet & even on asus rog forum. i saw there too people reporting 78. but,the experts also suggested that if 4Ghz is done manually the temp would drop by around 5 to 10 degree. & btw i am only using pull configuration for the h100i. will add a push/pull when i get all the individually sleeved cable + the custom designed sp 120L specifically for h100i next year.
    & this the world's highest rated that is platinum power supply. but,corsair link shows different value. u can see the screenshot below. so,whatever the performance u see here. there can't be any better psu performing better than this. not even evga supernova. evga called all their latest platinum 1000w psu's for free rma bcoz,they weren't performing as they should.
    might be a sensor issue then :\
    all of my multi-meters are broken :\
    need better quality stuff, and will be able to check the rail voltage properly.

    and platinum gold etc has nothing to do with voltage, its all abt efficiency.
    bt yeah AX1200i is a hell of a kind PSU.

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    Here you go..btw is my cpu temp high considering it was taken when it wasnt really doing anything..right? can you suggest me anything to lower it? maybe thermal pastes? their brands? I dont have much idea about them..can you give some suggestions..

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    Quote Originally Posted by conFuSeD View Post
    Here you go..btw is my cpu temp is high as it was taken when it wasnt doing anything..right? can you suggest me anything to lower it? maybe thermal pastes? brands? I dont have much idea about them..can you suggest anything?

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    thanks.

    one of ur temp sensor is giving wrong info atleast! i mean 127 degree

    about processor temperature 57 degree on no load voltage is pretty high. even for a stock cooler(which usually cant dissipate heat that good)
    you can try cleaning the heatsink fins. you can also change thermal paste. I'm using cooler master thermal paste right now which is pretty good. you can also use that if u can find or thermaltake's thermal paste is also good.

    give that cpu a good amount of load and see where the temperature goes.

    anyway can u mention ur motherboard's and power supplies model?

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