820-00165 - Missing PM_SLP_S5_L

baker_jeff

Member
I'm following the the map: https://logi.wiki/index.php/G3_to_S3_State_for_Ivy_Bridge_Haswell_and_Broadwell

Everything measures good up until PM_SLP_S5_L. Below is what I have recorded. According to the schem this PM_SLP_S5 comes from the PCH? Or am I reading that wrong... thanks in advance :)


Items
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PP3V42_G3H Side:Bottom
MEASURE 3.429v

PPVRTC_G3H Side:Bottom
MEASURE 3.333v

SMC_ONOFF_L Side:Bottom
MEASURE 3.4v

SMC_BC_ACOK Side:Bottom
MEASURE 3.398v

PPBUS_G3H Side:Bottom
MEASURE 8.6v

SMC_PM_G2_EN Side:Bottom
MEASURE 3.426v

PP3V3_S5 Side:Bottom
MEASURE 3.334v

IS5_PWRGD Side:Bottom
MEASURE 3.398v

SMC_CLK32K Side:Bottom
MEASURE 1.77v

PM_PWRBTN_L Side:Bottom
MEASURE 3.42v

SMC_PM_G2_EN Side:Bottom
MEASURE 3.4v

PM_RSMRST_L Side:Bottom
MEASURE 3.3v

PCH_DSWVRMEN Side:Bottom
MEASURE 3.238v

PCH_CLK32K_RTCX1 Side:Bottom
MEASURE 0.403v

PCH_SRTCRST_L Side:Bottom
MEASURE 3.3v
 

2informaticos

Administrator
Staff member
Why did you block on PM_SLP_S5_L?
Did you look at Power State Table from page 59?

Trigger SMC_ONOFF_L and check for drop pulse at PM_PWRBTN_L.
 

baker_jeff

Member
Trigger SMC_ONOFF_L and check for drop pulse at PM_PWRBTN_L: It does drop

Looking at the power state table now... first time I've done it! :O
Here comes the noob question... what am I looking for? I assume the "1" means that PM_SLP_S5_L will only be on in the S0 and sleep states. Should I be skipping this then and moving further on?
 
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