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Software News : CPUtemp.docky for OS4
Posted by keisangi on 2007/1/22 17:00:00 (2110 reads) News by the same author
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CPUtemp.docky for AmigaOS 4 has been updated to version 52.3 and can be downloaded from here.

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K-L
Published: 2007/1/22 22:34  Updated: 2007/1/22 22:34
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 Re: CPUtemp.docky for OS4
Doesn't work on my AmigaOne G3/800, the temperature drops to zeo ine 5 seconds
lazi
Published: 2007/1/22 22:57  Updated: 2007/1/22 22:57
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 Re: CPUtemp.docky for OS4
uA1-C with 750GX shows 45 celsius without calibrating it.
It starts on 65, then rising up to 71 and then slowly lowering and settle down at 45.
poweramiga
Published: 2007/1/23 0:22  Updated: 2007/1/23 0:22
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 Re: CPUtemp.docky for OS4
A1XEG4@1000mhz 28deg idle Q3 pushed it to 32deg
shows my big cooler works well
Chris
Published: 2007/1/23 0:25  Updated: 2007/1/23 0:25
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 Re: CPUtemp.docky for OS4
Here it sticks on 75°C no matter how much I tax the CPU.
joerg
Published: 2007/1/23 0:36  Updated: 2007/1/23 0:36
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@K-L
Quote:
Doesn't work on my AmigaOne G3/800, the temperature drops to zeo ine 5 seconds.

There are at least 3 differen 750 CPUs used in AmigaOnes, I need the output from CPUTemp.docky started in a shell.
But it seems even some 750 CPU don't have a working TAU (Thermal Assist Unit), with such CPUs CPUTemp.docky will always display 0 or other nonsense.
joerg
Published: 2007/1/23 0:41  Updated: 2007/1/23 0:41
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@Chris
Quote:
Here it sticks on 75°C no matter how much I tax the CPU.

Then it doesn't work with your CPU, please sent me the output from CPUTemp.docky started in a shell.
An easy way to change the temperature, at least the one displayed by CPUTemp.docky, is to start or stop CPUClock.docky. If that doesn't change the displayed temperature after 5-10 seconds it doesn't work with your CPU.
dwolfman
Published: 2007/1/23 4:39  Updated: 2007/1/23 4:39
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 Re: CPUtemp.docky for OS4
It's working for me!

At first it showed 48, until I paused the distributed.net client, and it dropped to about 45~46. Started the client back up and temp climbed to 47 in about 4 seconds, then hit 48 again in another 10 seconds.

Now, too bad it doesn't have an option to show in Fahrenheit. Not sure how hard it would be to come up with the right settings for the offset and scaling options. Are those integer based options or are they capable of handling floating point numbers?
poweramiga
Published: 2007/1/23 6:12  Updated: 2007/1/23 11:08
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 Re: CPUtemp.docky for OS4
tried running dnetc only reached 39deg here on a 28 deg day
seems the cpu is staying at 2 to 4 deg above ambiant temp @ 31deg with the cooler and fan i have on it when idle

Uncalibrated of course
K-L
Published: 2007/1/23 7:37  Updated: 2007/1/23 7:37
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 Re: CPUtemp.docky for OS4
Joerg:

Here is what I get:

477218598°C (454493894-589158782°C, CPU 0x70000202)
Chris
Published: 2007/1/23 8:18  Updated: 2007/1/23 8:18
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@joerg

No, hold on, it is working. Started at 71°C this morning, and it is now rising after being on a few minutes.

I have no way of measuring the actual temperature to calibrate it unfortunately.

Chris
Jurassicc
Published: 2007/1/23 8:59  Updated: 2007/1/23 8:59
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@joerg

Seems ok here. Without calibrating it starts at 30oC and Drops to 21oC - 22oC
XE 750FX
abalaban
Published: 2007/1/23 9:14  Updated: 2007/1/23 9:14
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 Re: CPUtemp.docky for OS4
Quote:
I have no way of measuring the actual temperature to calibrate it unfortunately.


Calibration myay be an hard time because, not only you have to set the temp. offset, but also the temp. multiplier which can be a difficult task. In fact I think this is the first thing to calibrate
poweramiga
Published: 2007/1/23 11:13  Updated: 2007/1/23 11:14
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hmmm ok temp a little wrong
borrowed a heat sensing gun from work
temp from prog says 31deg temp from gun says 39deg ive set offset by 8 deg reads correct now
but if docky is put put in dock reads 31
and if run from wb reads 39
is this fixable as prefere it in the dock ?
tonyw
Published: 2007/1/23 12:45  Updated: 2007/1/23 12:46
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 Re: CPUtemp.docky for OS4
I'd like to see the readout on the Dock in big red letters, my choice of font and style.

BTW, my version here says 52.4 (23 Jan)
keisangi
Published: 2007/1/23 14:04  Updated: 2007/1/23 14:27
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 Re: CPUtemp.docky for OS4
here it moves a bit, starting from 35C when i start the miggy, quickly rising to 40C within 1 minute or so, then it stabilize at 47C after 15 minutes.

i tryed playing ghouls and ghost for 10mintues with warpsnes, the temp stay at 47C.

i have an amigaone xe g4@800mhz default fan an everything.

edit:
after a while temp now read 51C ..
joerg
Published: 2007/1/23 17:56  Updated: 2007/1/23 17:56
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@keisangi

Quote:
i have an amigaone xe g4@800mhz default fan an everything

You should replace the fan and cooler, the default one isn't enough for G4 CPUs and your CPU will die sooner or later.

Which CPU do you have, a 7541 or 7544?

Quote:
after a while temp now read 51C ..

Unfortunately the temerature displayed by CPUTemp without calibrating doesn't say much, it's not exact at all and differences of 10, 20°C or even more to the real temperature are normal without calibrating it
If your CPU is a XPC7455RX933PC the max. allowed temperature is only 65°C ...
joerg
Published: 2007/1/23 18:00  Updated: 2007/1/23 18:00
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@poweramiga
Quote:
but if docky is put put in dock reads 31
and if run from wb reads 39
is this fixable as prefere it in the dock ?

Currently it's only possible with the ToolTypes when it's started from Workbench.

As Docky you can't change any options yet, I didn't find an example Docky with sources which uses a configuration and I don't understand the autodocs ...
joerg
Published: 2007/1/23 18:03  Updated: 2007/1/23 18:03
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@K-L

Quote:
Here is what I get:

477218598°C (454493894-589158782°C, CPU 0x70000202)

It seems your CPU doesn't have a working TAU (Thermal Assist Unit). 750FX CPUs should have one, I have a 750FX myself and it's working here, but you are not the first one with a 750FX CPU
where it doesn't work.
joerg
Published: 2007/1/23 18:12  Updated: 2007/1/23 18:12
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@dwolfman
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Now, too bad it doesn't have an option to show in Fahrenheit.

That's no problem, I'll add an option to display it in Fahrenheit the next version.

Quote:
Not sure how hard it would be to come up with the right settings for the offset and scaling options. Are those integer based options or are they capable of handling floating point numbers?

Integer. I don't think floating point would help much since the CPU only returns a 7 bit integer (0-127°C) and the precision is even much lower than 1°C. If I would display the results from the CPU directly the displayed temperature would jump up and down like mad, it only works without (too much) jumps because I always display the average of several checks.
joerg
Published: 2007/1/23 19:19  Updated: 2007/1/23 19:19
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@dwolfman

Quote:
Now, too bad it doesn't have an option to show in Fahrenheit.

I've uploaded a new version with such an opption.
hotrod
Published: 2007/1/23 19:50  Updated: 2007/1/23 19:50
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 Re: CPUtemp.docky for OS4
Here it begins at 30 C and drops to 7 C where it stays... Don't think that the cooler is that good
Vader
Published: 2007/1/23 22:09  Updated: 2007/1/23 22:09
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Ha! mines far more efficient, starts at a measly 9C and drops to 0C!
spotUP
Published: 2007/1/23 23:09  Updated: 2007/1/23 23:09
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 Re: CPUtemp.docky for OS4
says 22°C (12-47°C, CPU 0x70000202) here.
Snuffy
Published: 2007/1/24 21:17  Updated: 2007/1/24 21:19
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Started at 71°C

Huh?

A stock A1-XE/G4 7451mcp at 800mhz should
start at about 25 - 28C !

It should read 42C-45C running stable. Stock Sunon fan and heatsink.
PR1
Published: 2007/1/25 12:00  Updated: 2007/1/25 12:00
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 Re: CPUtemp.docky for OS4
My XE-800/7445/7455 with a room temperature of 20'C (and at the floor a lot less) says 54'C.
as writing and running for a few hours.
The towers "suker-fan" is set at minimum to avoid too much backnoise. It doesn't affect much when in maximum, only maybe 2'C cooler but must have the case on for good airflow. Noizyone still this AmigaOne. Luckily we got a new Rock-radio-station;)
joerg
Published: 2007/1/25 19:37  Updated: 2007/1/25 19:37
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@Snuffy

Quote:
Started at 71°C

Huh?

A stock A1-XE/G4 7451mcp at 800mhz should
start at about 25 - 28C !

It should read 42C-45C running stable. Stock Sunon fan and heatsink.

No idea about the 7451 CPUs, but for the 7455 model used in most (all?) AmigaOnes, the XPC7455RX933PC, the max. operation temperature is only 65°C. If the 71°C would be the real temperature of the CPU, and not just the uncalibrated display from CPUTemp.docky, running it at that temperature is a sure way to kill it ...
Chris
Published: 2007/1/25 20:22  Updated: 2007/1/25 20:22
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@snuffy

It's a 7455, and fortunately that temperature is uncalibrated. I've set an offset of -30°C (based on various posts in this thread, not any actual scientific measuring) so it now sits on 45°C once it has warmed up. As it stays at a rock solid temperature I guess the cooling system is doing its job properly.

Chris
Snuffy
Published: 2007/1/25 22:47  Updated: 2007/1/25 22:47
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Chris,
so it now sits on 45°C once it has warmed up.

My CoolerMaster:
http://tech.ph.groups.yahoo.com/group ... OS4/photos/view/f929?b=11

The gauge has 30C and 50C hash marker; halfway is 40C.
The CPUTemp "out of the box" is showing 43C for my 7451mcp. 45C for your 7455 is about right!
agafaster
Published: 2007/2/2 23:06  Updated: 2007/2/2 23:06
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 Re: CPUtemp.docky for OS4
My 800MHz 750FX is showing a nice steady 34C-
mind you - the A1 hasnt had the sides on the case for ages !
samwel
Published: 2007/5/22 8:17  Updated: 2007/5/22 8:17
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 Re: CPUtemp.docky for OS4
Anyone have some temp info on 750GX with stock cooler for µA1-C?
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