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I use Debian linux squeeze x64 now on gigabyte 970a-DS3. I installed this OS on motherboard which burned (from asus). And I've changed my motherboard to that gigabyte. After running back into linux, it shows I have only 13,9 °C temperatures and is it only 1 sensor (instead of about 3 or 4 sensors), which it has detected.

it shows just:

Debx64>sensors
k10temp-pci-00c3
Adapter: PCI adapter
temp1:       +13.9°C  (high = +70.0°C, crit = +86.0°C)

I searched on google, but nothing there helping me.

I was trying to reinstall lm_sensors, trying again sensors-detect |y and nothing was working.

Why it doesn't show all of my sensors and why it shows only 1 sensors with totaly low temperature (13.9°C is epic fail...)

What to do, to fix this problem? Is there anything how to tell linux "I want to search again all devices, which has any sensors"?

I know this is unique problem, but I would like to know, how to solve this problem.

Thank you, all for helping me

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Each motherboard has its own calibration parameters. It looks like yours aren't supported, you'll need to find the values somewhere (hopefully someone has found them and put them up on the web somewhere) and add them to /etc/sensors.conf. –  Gilles Jan 6 '13 at 20:43

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Follow the specification your MB is based on the iTE IT8728 chip which is not supported by lm-sensors. Sorry.

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...is there any possibility, how to add older driver for almost same mobos? For example - when there was K10 CPUs, and there wasn't K10 driver for CPU, K10 was compatible with K8, so it worked. Is it possible here? –  MIrra Jan 6 '13 at 19:34
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May be it helps –  dchirikov Jan 6 '13 at 19:54
    
where to put it in? –  MIrra Jan 6 '13 at 23:07

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