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ACPI_AIBOOST(4)		 BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual	       ACPI_AIBOOST(4)

     acpi_aiboost — ASUS AI Booster hardware monitor

     To compile this driver into the kernel, place the following line in your
     kernel configuration file:

	   device acpi_aiboost

     Alternatively, to load the driver as a module at boot time, place the
     following line in loader.conf(5):


     The acpi_aiboost driver provides support for monitoring the hardware sen‐
     sors in recent ASUS motherboards.	The driver uses ACPI as the backend to
     fetch sensor values and descriptions and provides its data via the
     sysctl(8) interface, under dev.acpi_aiboost.0 namespace.  Descriptions
     for these values are available with sysctl -d.

     The acpi_aiboost driver typically has 7 sensors, depending on the mother‐
     board and chipset:

	   Sensor    Units    Typical Use
	   CPU	     uK	      CPU Temperature
	   MB	     uK	      MB Temperature
	   VCC	     uV DC    Core Voltage
	   +3.3V     uV DC    +3.3 Voltage
	   +5V	     uV DC    +5 Voltage
	   +12V	     uV DC    +12 Voltage
	   CPU	     RPM      CPU Fan

     acpi(4), sysctl.conf(5) sysctl(8)

     The acpi_aiboost driver first appeared in FreeBSD 7.0.

     The acpi_aiboost driver was written by Takanori Watanabe.	This manual
     page was written by Juan Romero Pardines, who adapted the code for
     NetBSD, and adopted back to FreeBSD by Takanori Watanabe.

     It's possible to modify voltages via the ACPI methods in the DSDT, but
     for now the driver only reports the sensors' values.  CPU Q-Fan is
     another thing that is typically specified in the ACPI namespace, and in
     the future we should handle this feature (to enable or disable auto‐
     matic/manual fan mode).

BSD				March 14, 2007				   BSD

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