I have an AMD II X3 435 cpu. Sensors-detect successfully detects the k10temp module is needed.
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I also checked that it's loaded correctly.
[florian@errorkiste ~]$ lsmod |grep k10temp k10temp 2827 0
If I run sensors the output just tells:
[florian@errorkiste ~]$ sensors
Adapter: PCI adapter
temp1: +21.0°C (high = +70.0°C)
It's impossible that my CPU runs at 21°C. The bios reports something like 36°C.
Can somebody help me with this?
Last edited by McFlow (2010-05-09 17:54:54)
Well, since the module loads successfully and it does report a temperature, it must be a problem inside k10temp. I would mention this in the lm-sensors mailing list.
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See the lm-sensors support page:
Where it say RE:K10 support that:
(2009-12-06) Embedded sensors are known to be unreliable on the DR-BA, DR-B2, DR-B3, RB-C2 and HY-D0 revisions of the family 10h CPU, which will never be supported. Driver contributed by Clemens Ladisch, reviewed by Jean Delvare.