PC Engines APU.1B CPU Temperature
I got one of the new boards from PC Engines with the AMD G-T40N Processor.
The last few hours I was searching for a solution to get the CPU temperature but didn't find what I was looking for.
Did anyone of you manage to get amdtemp to work with the Bobcat processor?
I read a lot about grabbing the correct amdtemp.c from HEAD but didn't really understand what to do.
Hopefully one on the forum here can help me out.
If you need any hardware information just let me know.
PS: If anything is unclear please ask and I'll try to explain it better. English is not my native language.
;D just put your finger on to feel it
You created an account just to post such a useless respond?
Much better off asking in the APU thread (I see you already have)
People there are quoting temperatures. They are suspiciously high though which makes me wonder how they are reading them and what confidence they have they are correct.
Thank you for the hint. I'm going to read through the whole thread. Maybe I can find something regarding temperature sensors.
AMD cpus are hotter by design. It's been so since the AMD Duron era…
Just for reference, a Fit-PC3 with AMD G-T40N processor in the standard Fit-PC3 fan-less case and running Win Server 2008R2 is showing CPU at 63C and the internal disk shows 32C, sitting in a room that is probably about 18-20C ambient temp.
Do you know how they measured the 63°C?
I would love to be able to read the temperatures with pfsense/freebsd.
The case is not that hot when you touch it but I think the die itself coud be 10 to 20°C hotter because they only put a thick thermal pad between the cpu, south bridge and the case.
I got the 63C on a real running Windows Server 2008R2 using http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html
Of course that software is not going to run so well on pfSense/FreeBSD ;)