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#16 ILLusions0fGrander

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Posted 27 July 2011 - 09:05 PM

pretty sweet - my jasper stayed consistent from dash to game back to dash:

07/27/2011 14:35:59 CPU:46.6563 GPU:52.8672 MEM:58.2227 BRD:28.4609
07/27/2011 14:41:12 CPU:46.1914 GPU:52.2734 MEM:57.5430 BRD:28.4258
07/27/2011 15:02:43 CPU:46.6875 GPU:53.3242 MEM:58.5234 BRD:28.9414

(65% fan speed, playing Catherine)

Edited by ILLusions0fGrander, 27 July 2011 - 09:07 PM.


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Posted 27 July 2011 - 09:31 PM

Nice idea but you should add fan speed as well for those using 'target temps'. wink.gif

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Posted 27 July 2011 - 10:24 PM

QUOTE(ILLusions0fGrander @ Jul 27 2011, 09:05 PM) View Post

pretty sweet - my jasper stayed consistent from dash to game back to dash:

07/27/2011 14:35:59 CPU:46.6563 GPU:52.8672 MEM:58.2227 BRD:28.4609
07/27/2011 14:41:12 CPU:46.1914 GPU:52.2734 MEM:57.5430 BRD:28.4258
07/27/2011 15:02:43 CPU:46.6875 GPU:53.3242 MEM:58.5234 BRD:28.9414

(65% fan speed, playing Catherine)


I have heard this game involves shagging .... smile.gif if this is correct ? Then ...........

I suspect your gameplay and temps did not involve shagging scenes biggrin.gif

Recalculate your temps during the shagging for a true temp reading........ jester.gif jester.gif


Regards

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Posted 28 July 2011 - 12:24 AM


i think i would rather just cut in a product like LOGISYS Computer FP708BK 5.25" Full Color Thermal/ Clock Control Panel and mod the molex adapter to work of 360 psu

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Posted 28 July 2011 - 01:59 AM

Good stuff!!! Will try this out 2nite.

Just thinking, can you check the log while someone else is playing via your network?
Also, could something like this be expanded to show in real time on-screen whilst in-game?

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Posted 28 July 2011 - 02:33 AM

QUOTE(RoCkP @ Jul 27 2011, 11:24 PM) View Post

i think i would rather just cut in a product like LOGISYS Computer FP708BK 5.25" Full Color Thermal/ Clock Control Panel and mod the molex adapter to work of 360 psu

Reviews for that are not great, and apparently it doesn't look so good in person, either.

Plus you can't log your stats with it, unless you want to sit there with a pen a paper. laugh.gif

This plugin is much more useful, and has a lot of potential.

#22 tsb128

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Posted 28 July 2011 - 03:17 AM

Really useful, I'll be installing this tonight.

Another way to get real time feed back on temp from any game would be to show it on the NXE pop up menu. I have no idea how that can be done.

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Posted 28 July 2011 - 09:55 AM

Cool! I must protect my jtag pop.gif
Maybe someone will start a list of games and temperatures (Game/MotherBoard/Fan speed/Temp),
This can be usefull even for non jtag people.

EVEN better, use the xbox leds for real time GPU temp indication: 1 green=40, 2 greens=45, 3 greens=50, 4 greens=55, 1 red=60... and so on...

Edited by rami1, 28 July 2011 - 10:04 AM.


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Posted 28 July 2011 - 11:19 AM

QUOTE(RoCkP @ Jul 28 2011, 08:54 AM) View Post

i think i would rather just cut in a product like LOGISYS Computer FP708BK 5.25" Full Color Thermal/ Clock Control Panel and mod the molex adapter to work of 360 psu

Actually ... I was thinking about doing an open-source PICaxe driven front panel that gets the temps from UART, otherwise they're not going to accurately reflect the GPU core etc.. Just the heatsink temp(Or whatever ur sensor is attached to assuming it's on hard enuff) . If anyone else is keen on this idea, we should make another topic.. The HW side is pretty straight-forward, nothing special... The only variation is in picking the display/screen. There are some really good/cheap backlit ones around now. We looked at making it ourselves as a commercial thing , but the market isn't really there(In addition to products like the one u mentioned) plus it's more fun to make ur own..We could get it done under 100 USD$ easy!

QUOTE(Haygar @ Jul 28 2011, 10:29 AM) View Post

Good stuff!!! Will try this out 2nite.

Just thinking, can you check the log while someone else is playing via your network?
Also, could something like this be expanded to show in real time on-screen whilst in-game?

Yes, (As I mentioned earlier :-) You just need to copy the file off FTP (assuming an FTP app is running) you could use ur client to automate it. No need to stop the plugin.

I'm hoping someone will make a (minimalistic) DL plugin that runs FTP full-time for this sort of thing (and plenty of other applications ;-) Perhaps there might be an existing way around being able to actively check/copy files etc.. but I'm not aware of any...

Nice temps on those Jaspers BTW, U guys should see some of the 'Higher' ones from Xenons and even Falcons. I'm still hoping to see graphs eg; Blackops Singleplayer Level 1 (Max,Min,Avg) Blackops Singleplayer Level 2 (Max,Min Avg) etc.. that sort of thing, Which games run the highest (RROD makers!) One of the higher ones we used fer benchmarking is Forza 3. Speaks volumes for the work it must be doing ... Can't wait to see how the new(er) games will max it out like BC3, Forza 4 and MW3. What about different hombrew apps? Wht about different dashes? we noticed that each of the last dash releases (last 3 or 4) have each added ALMOST a DEGREE!! Which makes you think (I wont get into conspiracies etc..) In theory everything should run smoother a lower temps, even if the voltages and Frequencies are the same (In theory, I would like to know how much is needed to make a significant difference so If someone can figure-out a good way to benchmark. How about the guys out there using coolants and chems? Liquid heliem anyone? Peltiers? Combos? WHO HAS THE COOLEST BOX! Perhaps we should run a competition! If I think I have a spare one month ;-) Perhaps someone may discover a way to OC even ... It HAS to be possible!!)


Brgds/Dan

Edited by danthaman673, 28 July 2011 - 11:28 AM.


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Posted 28 July 2011 - 02:40 PM

Looks good, I'll give it a try. I was going to create something similar a little while ago where it changed your ROL to indicate the temperate of your 360 (green to orange and finally to red).

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Posted 28 July 2011 - 06:23 PM

11/22/2005 12:01:52 CPU:41.8594 GPU:43.4258 MEM:47.2617 BRD:31.0938

11/22/2005 12:02:10 CPU:41.9805 GPU:42.8203 MEM:46.3555 BRD:31.0664

11/22/2005 12:02:40 CPU:42.2148 GPU:42.6172 MEM:46.2813 BRD:31.1484

11/22/2005 12:03:10 CPU:42.1094 GPU:42.8203 MEM:46.5195 BRD:31.1836

11/22/2005 12:03:24 TitleLoaded:\Device\Mass0\Games\Catherine\default.xex

11/22/2005 12:03:24 CPU:41.5586 GPU:42.5586 MEM:46.5859 BRD:31.2383

11/22/2005 12:03:40 CPU:41.7852 GPU:42.5508 MEM:46.0195 BRD:31.2656

11/22/2005 12:04:10 CPU:41.6875 GPU:43.0664 MEM:46.6055 BRD:31.2852

11/22/2005 12:04:40 CPU:41.7852 GPU:43.4375 MEM:47.1250 BRD:31.2930

11/22/2005 12:05:10 CPU:42.0000 GPU:44.2461 MEM:48.0156 BRD:31.3594

11/22/2005 12:05:40 CPU:41.8516 GPU:44.6367 MEM:48.2734 BRD:31.3945

11/22/2005 12:06:10 CPU:41.8516 GPU:44.8477 MEM:48.5234 BRD:31.4219

11/22/2005 12:06:40 CPU:41.8945 GPU:44.8555 MEM:48.5430 BRD:31.4766

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11/22/2005 12:08:10 CPU:42.1836 GPU:45.1406 MEM:48.9688 BRD:31.6523

11/22/2005 12:08:40 CPU:42.1641 GPU:45.2148 MEM:49.0352 BRD:31.7188

11/22/2005 12:09:10 CPU:42.0117 GPU:45.3438 MEM:49.0820 BRD:31.6797

11/22/2005 12:09:40 CPU:42.0547 GPU:45.4922 MEM:49.2852 BRD:31.7266

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11/22/2005 12:15:40 CPU:42.1641 GPU:45.4570 MEM:49.2930 BRD:31.7891

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11/22/2005 12:17:40 CPU:42.2148 GPU:45.2422 MEM:49.0430 BRD:31.8281

11/22/2005 12:18:04 TitleLoaded:\Device\Flash\lhelper.xex

11/22/2005 12:18:04 CPU:41.9922 GPU:44.7266 MEM:48.4688 BRD:31.7617

11/22/2005 12:18:07 TitleLoaded:\Device\Harddisk0\Partition1\FSD2 Alpha\default.xex

11/22/2005 12:18:07 CPU:42.4414 GPU:44.4766 MEM:48.1445 BRD:31.7734

11/22/2005 12:18:10 CPU:42.3477 GPU:44.1914 MEM:48.4297 BRD:31.7539

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11/22/2005 12:20:40 CPU:42.1406 GPU:42.6719 MEM:46.5039 BRD:31.5898

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11/22/2005 12:21:40 CPU:42.2383 GPU:42.9766 MEM:46.8164 BRD:31.5977

11/22/2005 12:22:03 TitleLoaded:\Device\Mass0\Gears of War 3\default.xex

11/22/2005 12:22:03 CPU:41.6680 GPU:42.6250 MEM:46.7539 BRD:31.5977

11/22/2005 12:22:10 CPU:42.5820 GPU:42.5430 MEM:46.3711 BRD:31.5781

11/22/2005 12:22:40 CPU:42.1406 GPU:43.1680 MEM:47.2148 BRD:31.5898

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11/22/2005 12:23:40 CPU:42.5938 GPU:44.0273 MEM:47.6328 BRD:31.5977

11/22/2005 12:24:10 CPU:42.8516 GPU:44.8281 MEM:48.4688 BRD:31.6797

11/22/2005 12:24:40 CPU:42.7891 GPU:45.6484 MEM:49.3203 BRD:31.6328

11/22/2005 12:25:10 CPU:42.8516 GPU:45.7422 MEM:49.5430 BRD:31.7266

11/22/2005 12:25:40 CPU:43.1523 GPU:46.0469 MEM:49.8594 BRD:31.7617

11/22/2005 12:26:10 CPU:43.0234 GPU:46.1016 MEM:49.9688 BRD:31.8555

11/22/2005 12:26:40 CPU:42.7109 GPU:46.2031 MEM:50.2578 BRD:31.8359

11/22/2005 12:27:10 CPU:43.0039 GPU:46.2656 MEM:50.0352 BRD:31.9102

11/22/2005 12:27:40 CPU:43.0234 GPU:46.0820 MEM:50.0820 BRD:31.9375

11/22/2005 12:28:03 TitleLoaded:\Device\Flash\lhelper.xex

11/22/2005 12:28:03 CPU:42.5508 GPU:46.2773 MEM:49.5078 BRD:31.8164

11/22/2005 12:28:06 TitleLoaded:\Device\Harddisk0\Partition1\FSD2 Alpha\default.xex

11/22/2005 12:28:06 CPU:42.9492 GPU:45.5117 MEM:49.0898 BRD:31.8438

11/22/2005 12:28:10 CPU:42.3789 GPU:45.0117 MEM:49.2188 BRD:31.8633

11/22/2005 12:28:40 CPU:42.7344 GPU:44.0547 MEM:47.9102 BRD:31.8359

here are some temps from my falcon running 13599 with fans @ 80% no dvd drive and a fan shroud extension . didnt get alot of time to log temps cause my wife got onto me for playing games @ midnight lmao. i am half temped to cut holes in the bottom of my case where the ram is and attach some pc ram heatsinks just to try and get that mem temp down

#27 hack.rid

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Posted 28 July 2011 - 09:46 PM

are you planning to release the source code?
for both tools ?



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Posted 29 July 2011 - 12:20 AM

QUOTE(Xbox-Scene @ Jul 27 2011, 05:00 PM) View Post

From the readme/nfo:
Official Site: n/a, by Australian Game Mods
Download: n/a (<a href="http://www.xbox-scene.com/xdk.php">built with XDK</a>)
News-Source: xbins.org<br/ >


hello
someone tested XDK? If I run the file reboot the console, the software does not work

Edited by bugess, 29 July 2011 - 12:22 AM.


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Posted 30 July 2011 - 03:41 AM

QUOTE(bugess @ Jul 29 2011, 01:20 AM) View Post

hello
someone tested XDK? If I run the file reboot the console, the software does not work


When I wrote the plugin that's what i was testing on was a Devkit. So yes it does work on a Devkit. Just run the launcher and play like normal once it returns to the dashboard =)

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Posted 30 July 2011 - 05:14 AM

Antman, can you add fan speed as well? Temps don't make sense on target temp boxes.

Can you trace down the GPU flicker filter flag for PAL/NTSC output? If you're interested...
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