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Asus Ai suite II and it's irrational warnings.

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January 12, 2012 9:11:32 AM

P8p67 + Ai suite II

I'm getting random improbable warning from time to time like

Warning! cpu -90 c!
Warning! motherboard 123c!
Warning! v12 0v!
Warning! Vcore 0.05v!

I used ai suite because apparently utility from maker would most correctly reflect the state of sensors.
are my MB ok or does it need some anti schizophrenia pills

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January 12, 2012 9:22:24 AM

How is it feel inside? Is it hot? If not, it is malfunctioning.

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January 12, 2012 9:42:00 AM

nikorr said:
How is it feel inside? Is it hot? If not, it is malfunctioning.


I use 5 different monitoring software as well as Mk I common sense to verify readings and I think it's pretty normal

But only Ai suite managed to generate spikes that lead to incorrect reading.

It's annoying but I need Ai suite to access fanXpert and EPU controls

but comeon, now can utility that came straight from manufacturer be this inferior.
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January 12, 2012 9:58:53 AM

dontknownotsure said:
I use 5 different monitoring software as well as Mk I common sense to verify readings and I think it's pretty normal

But only Ai suite managed to generate spikes that lead to incorrect reading.

It's annoying but I need Ai suite to access fanXpert and EPU controls

but comeon, now can utility that came straight from manufacturer be this inferior.

Right, I just wanna to be sure, its not overheating : )

U need to re-install the app!
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January 16, 2012 11:29:21 PM

Hi dontknowforsure,

I had similar problems and found that HWinfo64:
http://www.hwinfo.com/download64.html
gave reliable numbers for temperatureand other system parameters.
The Asus AI suite seems to have its quirks, but I have to admit the one click overclock is pretty neat.

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January 23, 2012 6:10:19 AM

Thanks for the info the problem is that even though I didnt mind incorrect/absurd reading from time to time, sometime it gives alarming spikes which I cannot verify if its true or not such as vcore momentarily at 2.3v etc which is very distracting.
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January 23, 2012 8:31:41 AM

dontknownotsure said:
Thanks for the info the problem is that even though I didnt mind incorrect/absurd reading from time to time, sometime it gives alarming spikes which I cannot verify if its true or not such as vcore momentarily at 2.3v etc which is very distracting.

Did u adjust the voltage for OC?
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January 23, 2012 8:35:49 AM

nikorr said:
Did u adjust the voltage for OC?


Yes, 4500 ghz@ 1.33 v, offset mode. voltage / downclock adjustment is set to auto.

in previous install it never went over 1.35 at any load but this time ai suite start giving potentially worrying voltage readings.
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January 23, 2012 8:52:48 AM

When I run the auto OC @ 4.4GHz, it was all auto setting.

I did not had to adjust anything. I would just reset the CMOS memory as described in the motherboard manual using the clear CMOS link with the power cord unplugged.

And start over.
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January 23, 2012 9:32:45 PM

@dontknownotsure Usually, wrong alert messages from AI Suite II pop up when you are running another application reporting your hardwares' sensors in parallel; something like Core Temp, HWMonitor, or similar. I had the same issue and it never recurred; I now only briefly peek with HWMonitor. Alternative: deinstall AI Suite II.
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January 24, 2012 6:19:12 PM

systembolaget said:
@dontknownotsure Usually, wrong alert messages from AI Suite II pop up when you are running another application reporting your hardwares' sensors in parallel; something like Core Temp, HWMonitor, or similar. I had the same issue and it never recurred; I now only briefly peek with HWMonitor. Alternative: deinstall AI Suite II.


That might be a possibility, I runs AIDA 64 in background constantly for my keyboard LCD info.
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January 24, 2012 6:42:39 PM

@dontknownotsure Did it solve your issue then? I was given that information by ASUS, because it was bugging me, too.
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January 24, 2012 7:27:16 PM

I fiddled with the DIGI+ VRM settings in the EFI BIOS Utility and was able to get all of those alerts to go away.

One or more setting that is too aggressive will cause the popups. I don't remember exactly which setting was the one that did it.

Load-Line Calibration

Phase Control

Duty Control

CPU Current Capability
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January 25, 2012 10:58:02 AM

systembolaget said:
@dontknownotsure Did it solve your issue then? I was given that information by ASUS, because it was bugging me, too.


I have some pressing matters atm so Ill just disable aisuite for the time being, report back later.
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August 31, 2012 2:42:51 AM

dontknownotsure said:
That might be a possibility, I runs AIDA 64 in background constantly for my keyboard LCD info.


Wow, I actually just found this thread because I just started having the exact same problem literally at the exact moment that I installed Aida64 to start fiddling around with my Logitech G19 LCD. Too much of a coincidence not to be the answer.
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July 5, 2013 1:46:01 AM

I too get warnings but only of the 5V rail, and usually after a while my pc then shuts down cause of the motherboard's antisurge safety mechanism. So i have heard on another forum that it may be a bug in AI suite 2 that's causing it.
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June 3, 2016 9:29:14 PM

Okay this seemed to have worked for me, What you need to do is go under "Probe II" in the "Tool" section and un-check the "Alert" box at the left and hit apply. Do this for all the aforementioned irrational warnings.

Hope this helps
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