HD 7950, sensors cant read temperature :(

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon' started by gtolle, Feb 11, 2014.

  1. gtolle

    gtolle New Member

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    Hi all... Please help me with this problem. I have AMD Ati Radeon HD 7950 - gpu Tahiti, subvendor - Saphire/PC Partner.

    On all programs, benchmarks, and tools like Afterburner or Trixx, also on Ati CCC, sensors cant read temperature on graphic card. Only HWiNFO64 Program can read.
    On CCC fans cant run on auto mode, allways - 100%.

    What is the problem, please people, help me.
     
  2. Ripshod

    Ripshod Active Member

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    I'd like to know too. AB is the only program to read my core volts correctly - but nothing can read the vrm temps.

    I've been told it's because manufacturers like to use their own sensors (cheaper than the reference) but I thought mine was a reference board (HIS HD7950 3GB FAN)

    Even after flashing to a 'BOOST' bios I can't get to the vrm temps.
     
  3. gtolle

    gtolle New Member

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    Flashing boost bios? How to do that please? On the manufacture site have nothing about :(
     
  4. Ripshod

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    It's reflashing a GPU with the bios from another card. The best suggestion, assuming you're new to bios flashing, is do a google search on 'vbios flashing' and have a good read.

    It's not like upgrading drivers, one slip can trash a card.
     

  5. ClockClocker

    ClockClocker Master Guru

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    have you guys tried aida64 already? this works on my 7950.
     
  6. gtolle

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    Ok, I understund. Thank U verry much.
     

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