Re: Chip Addition: ITE IT8783F

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On Fri, 2012-03-02 at 03:06 -0500, Jean Delvare wrote:
> Guenter Roeck wrote:
> > I added your request to the "supported devices" list on
> And I added detection of this chip (and other IT878xF chips) to
> sensors-detect. I had the patch pending for weeks, it was about time
> that I committed it.
> On Wed, 29 Feb 2012 13:42:55 -0500, Kevin Folz wrote:
> > Thanks for the suggestion of "force-id" module parameter, I picked 8726 as it’s the highest model number reported by "modinfo it87" on my kernel.
> Note that the IT8726F is an old chip, despite the high number. It's a
> modified IT8716F chip with just one extra feature (AMD power
> sequencing.) The IT8720F is the latest 5V chip with 4V ADC (16 mV/bit.)
> Starting with the IT8721F, chips are powered with 3.3V and have a 3V
> ADC (12 mV/bit.)
> Unfortunately the IT8783F can be powered with either 3.3V or 5V
> according to the scarce documentation I have, so it's difficult to tell
> whether it is more like the IT8720F or more like the IT8721F. Or maybe
> it's like neither and will need dedicated code, it's impossible to say
> without a datasheet.

please try

and let me know what you get.


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