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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0001980||SpeedFan||Hardware support||public||2012-05-03 15:36||2012-05-03 15:36|
|Platform||PC||OS||Windows 7||OS Version||64 bits FR|
|Summary||0001980: Speedfan get incorrect values for ATI GPU after a ZeroCore event|
|Description||I'm glad SpeedFan can now control ATI GPU fan, I will now be able to only have one software (instead of using MSI Afterburner). The issue now is with the 7xxx series of AMD.|
I observed the issue once, I'm sure you can reproduce it. Just run SpeedFan with the GPU temperature in the list, allow ZeroCore to kicks once and the GPU temperature will show an incorrect value. I didn't try to see what happens if I try to control the fan speed yet. I guess SpeedFan code was not done so it can support a GPU that "stops".
Don't show any temperature in the tray as it can prevent ZeroCore to kicks in.
|Steps To Reproduce||Just run SpeedFan with the GPU temperature in the list, allow ZeroCore to kicks once and the GPU temperature will show an incorrect value.|
|Additional Information||I will try again and give you more info if you are not able to reproduce the issue. For now, I simply removed GPU temp and speed from Speedfan.|
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|Motherboard Model||Asrock Extreme3 Gen3|
|Video Card Model||Visiontek HD 7850|