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IDProjectCategoryView StatusLast Update
0002578SpeedFanHardware supportpublic2016-12-21 20:01
Reporter09876ggddzzAssigned Toalfredo 
PrioritynormalSeverityminorReproducibilityalways
Status resolvedResolutionfixed 
PlatformPCOSWindows 7OS VersionPro 64bit
Product Version4.50 beta 
Target VersionFixed in Version4.51 beta 
Summary0002578: no Support for Gigabyte Z97X-UD3H
DescriptionHi!
I am using the latest beta (v4.50 beta 2) from the speedfan-website and already sent in a report using the info tab.
Speedfan is able to read out several temperatures and fans but nothing else. I can hardly edit anything and no changes have an effect.
On the info tab it says "Intel 9 Series" ChipSet, the sensor seems to be IT8620E.

I would appreciate it very much if you add support for this motherboard respectively the Z97 chipset since speedfan is an awesome program.

thanks
spb327
TagsNo tags attached.
Motherboard ModelGigabyte Z97X-UD3H
Video Card ModelGigabyte Nvidia Geforce GTX 670 OC

Relationships

related to 0002347 resolvedalfredo No fan control on Gigabyte Z97N-WIFI 
related to 0002582 resolvedalfredo No fan control on Gigabyte Z97N-WIFI 
related to 0002355 resolvedalfredo Fan speeds cant be changed 
related to 0002358 resolvedalfredo GIGABYTE GA-H97-D3H doesn't work 
related to 0002576 resolvedalfredo Fan speeds cant be changed 
related to 0002583 resolvedalfredo GIGABYTE GA-H97-D3H doesn't work 

Activities

cgler

2014-10-20 13:27

reporter   ~0008099

I have the Gigabyte Z97P D3 with the same IT8620E and I have the same issues. I hope Alfredo will investigate the matter and soon will release a fix...

2014-11-11 08:27

 

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agentorange

2014-11-11 08:33

reporter   ~0008100

Last edited: 2014-11-11 09:08

I would reclassify this as a major issue.

I've just added a screenshot to this issue. Motherboard is Gigabyte Z97X-UD5H-BK. I think this is the same issue as ticket number 2302. Sensor is IT8620E on ISA at $A30

On screensot 4, the Temperatures page, clicking the + has no effect.

If you need any further info or screenshots please contact me. Thanks.

alfredo

2014-11-11 23:21

manager   ~0008101

I am working on this. Unfortunately, the IT8620E is a Gigabyte custom chip and the datasheet is not available. Please, contact me by email (alfredo [at] almico.com).

agentorange

2014-11-13 17:34

reporter   ~0008102

Hia Alfredo, I've sent you an email :)

Thanks,
Ali.

agentorange

2014-12-24 12:32

reporter   ~0008103

Hia Alfredo, any update on this? I did send you an email as requested but didn't get a reply.

Thanks
Ali.

clz22

2015-01-08 01:12

reporter   ~0008104

I've also had contact with alfredo concerning this chip. I've sent him some data he asked for, but at some point I got no mail back from him.

Of course this is his free time project so he can't implement all chips and solve all problems, especially as he is maintaining speedfan all alone.

Either way, I think I have to buy a new motherboard or live my life with the crappy Gigabyte Easytune. :(

spb327

2015-01-09 14:22

reporter   ~0008105

Isn't it already a reputational damage when people start recommending NOT to buy a Gigabyte MB? Why don't they give public access to this chips datasheet for third party programming?
The smart fan feature in GB's appcenter utility "system information viewer" is rather a bad workaround than a fan control for its lack of advanced settings.

I will later try to make some more detailed testing and send reports via speedfan.

alfredo

2015-01-14 16:13

manager   ~0008106

I just purchased a Gigabyte motherboard with the IT8620E onboard :-)

agentorange

2015-01-14 16:31

reporter   ~0008107

Oh wow, thank you so much Alfredo. I've just made a Paypal donation to help cover your costs

Again many thanks and really looking forward to the update.

Ali.

alfredo

2015-01-14 16:48

manager   ~0008108

Thank you :-) I'm installing Windows 8 Pro right now.

alfredo

2015-01-14 19:16

manager   ~0008109

Is there anybody with a motherboard using the IT8620E that has more than 2 fans installed on it?
If yes, please, mail me at alfredo [at] almico.com to receive a private beta.
Thank you.

alfredo

2015-01-15 12:14

manager   ~0008110

Preliminary tests show that the first 3 fans can now be properly controlled using SpeedFan :-)

alfredo

2015-01-16 13:23

manager   ~0008111

I am purchasing another motherboard with 5 fans on it, to try to make full use of them all :-)

alfredo

2015-01-22 16:35

manager   ~0008112

Ok. The new beta is almost ready. It can now control 5 fans and, most likely, show voltages too :-)
If anybody wants to give it a try now, feel free to contact me by email.

vesanius

2015-01-22 17:54

reporter   ~0008113

Last edited: 2015-01-22 18:09

unfortunately it's not possible to view your email at your profile page. i have an h97-hd3 and would very like to test the new beta :) mail: k00ls4v4s at yahoo.com

greets vesanius

alfredo

2015-01-22 18:50

manager   ~0008114

alfredo [at] almico.com

73CHD3M0

2015-01-22 19:12

reporter   ~0008115

Hi alfredo,

how can i get the beta? Just by writing you an email or how does is work? Just tried to find the "new" beta on your site and only found the "old" one from 2014, so i would appreciate further info on how to get my fingers on it :)

Thanks in Afvance

alfredo

2015-01-22 19:47

manager   ~0008116

I published it on the website 20 minutes after you visited it :-)

Issue History

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2016-12-21 20:01 09876ggddzz Issue generated from: 0002311