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Test Speedfan, All Temp Screens (631)

reider

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Most users should ignore this thread and attachments. It is a diagnosis and test page for temperatures within Speedfan. In most instances the attachments will be of no use to anyone other than dedicated screen editors.

Anyone wishing to use the screens as a test for temperature recognition are welcome to do so. They can be changed as you see fit, but please heed the Technical Notes first.

In theory, to make up a screen for a 631 from the temps should be possible, but some thought has to be used in sharing ID numbers between 631, 634 modules etc. Probably the reason why some static ID`s are currently reproduced between screens.

Technical Notes:
To test all 32 allowable temperatures in the cc2_speedfan.ini. Showing six temps at a time on the 631 module. Starting with the first 6 static ID`s used by CC2, the next 2 static ID`s + 4 new ID`s used by CC2 then further batches of 6 to a total of 24 new ID`s for test purposes.

Screen ID`s prefixed by '(n)' instead of Temp(n) for space reasons, where (n) = number. eg 01, 02, 03 - 32 only for showing on module display. Opt(n) still remarked as Temp(n) to stay within boundary of current plugin.

First 8 are the original static ID`s, left in the same order, same place to comply with existing screens used within the plugin. Six in the first batch and two out of the six in the next batch.

PLEASE NOTE:
Though the idea was mainly theoretical on the 634, confirmation has been returned showing the idea works. It was being used to test for 3 hard drives on a module. These would not show up using the existing ID numbers. Think of the brain as having ID numbers for each job it carries out. So it has ID`s for biscuits, drinks, etc but no ID`s for certain types of sandwiches (types of HDD`s). Therefore, adding an extra 24 bona fide numbers to the original 8 revealed the ID numbers for the HDD`s. From this, a screen was made up representing all the data requested. Now we can truly picnic!!!

Now we have definate confirmation the routine was useful on the 631. Where 2 HDD`s were used and other temps. One HDD, non sensing showed up in a module screen as zero degrees, the sensing HDD showed up as E01. The test routine cut out a lot of trial and error for the user to find the correct ID`s. Now we`re cooking on Gas!

Steve
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reider

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Test screen 1-6, showing 6 of the 8 current static ID`s as 3 on each of 2 lines on the 631 module. Any temps showing 0C should be ignored, meaning these ID`s are not registering a temperature (not being sensed). Any showing a temp should be noted, as well as the number to the left of the temp. Align this number with the matching one on the 1-32 text listing supplied on this thread, and you can read off the correct ID number and Temp number listing. Use this data in your proposed screen.

Any T(n) where n=number will show in the screen listing what ID number is currently used. A screen can then be made up to represent those ID numbers, theoretically!

Thus, if one or more HDD`s are used on a system and they are registered by the temps, then that set of ID numbers can be traced and used in a screen.

Steve
 

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reider

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Test screen 7-12, showing the next 2 of the 8 current static ID`s and 4 bona fide extra ID`s (a batch of 6 for screen output) as 3 on each of 2 lines on the 631 module. Any temps showing 0C should be ignored, meaning these ID`s are not registering a temperature (not being sensed). Any showing a temp should be noted, as well as the number to the left of the temp. Align this number with the matching one on the 1-32 text listing supplied on this thread, and you can read off the correct ID number and Temp number listing. Use this data in your proposed screen.

Any T(n) where n=number will show in the screen listing what ID number is currently used. A screen can then be made up to represent those ID numbers, theoretically!

Thus, if one or more HDD`s are used on a system and they are registered by the temps, then that set of ID numbers can be traced and used in a screen.

Steve
 

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Test screen 13-18, showing 6 more bona fide extra ID`s as 3 on each of 2 lines on the 631 module. Any temps showing 0C should be ignored, meaning these ID`s are not registering a temperature (not being sensed). Any showing a temp should be noted, as well as the number to the left of the temp. Align this number with the matching one on the 1-32 text listing supplied on this thread, and you can read off the correct ID number and Temp number listing. Use this data in your proposed screen.

Any T(n) where n=number will show in the screen listing what ID number is currently used. A screen can then be made up to represent those ID numbers, theoretically!

Thus, if one or more HDD`s are used on a system and they are registered by the temps, then that set of ID numbers can be traced and used in a screen.

Steve
 

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reider

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Test screen 19-24, showing 6 more bona fide extra ID`s as 3 on each of 2 lines on the 631 module. Any temps showing 0C should be ignored, meaning these ID`s are not registering a temperature (not being sensed). Any showing a temp should be noted, as well as the number to the left of the temp. Align this number with the matching one on the 1-32 text listing supplied on this thread, and you can read off the correct ID number and Temp number listing. Use this data in your proposed screen.

Any T(n) where n=number will show in the screen listing what ID number is currently used. A screen can then be made up to represent those ID numbers, theoretically!

Thus, if one or more HDD`s are used on a system and they are registered by the temps, then that set of ID numbers can be traced and used in a screen.

Steve
 

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Test screen 25-30, showing 6 more bona fide extra ID`s as 3 on each of 2 lines on the 631 module. Any temps showing 0C should be ignored, meaning these ID`s are not registering a temperature (not being sensed). Any showing a temp should be noted, as well as the number to the left of the temp. Align this number with the matching one on the 1-32 text listing supplied on this thread, and you can read off the correct ID number and Temp number listing. Use this data in your proposed screen.

Any T(n) where n=number will show in the screen listing what ID number is currently used. A screen can then be made up to represent those ID numbers, theoretically!

Thus, if one or more HDD`s are used on a system and they are registered by the temps, then that set of ID numbers can be traced and used in a screen.

Steve
 

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reider

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Test screen 31-32, showing the final 2 more bona fide extra ID`s on the 631 module. Any temps showing 0C should be ignored, meaning these ID`s are not registering a temperature (not being sensed). Any showing a temp should be noted, as well as the number to the left of the temp. Align this number with the matching one on the 1-32 text listing supplied on this thread, and you can read off the correct ID number and Temp number listing. Use this data in your proposed screen.

Any T(n) where n=number will show in the screen listing what ID number is currently used. A screen can then be made up to represent those ID numbers, theoretically!

Thus, if one or more HDD`s are used on a system and they are registered by the temps, then that set of ID numbers can be traced and used in a screen.

Steve
 

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