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HWiNFO32 and HWiNFO64 v4.32 released
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HWiNFO32/64 v4.32 has been released.
Changes:
  • Fixed reporting of drive warning on some SSDs.
  • Added NVIDIA Tesla K40m, K40st, K40s.
  • Enhanced sensor monitoring on MSI 8-series mainboards.
  • Fixed Intel CPU sensor on Haswell-U/Y.
  • Improved recognition of CHiL CHL8318/CHL8266 on GPU.
  • Enhanced sensor monitoring on MSI NF750-G55.
  • Fixed reporting of sensor values on AMD GPUs after ULPS/powerdown restart.
  • Fixed enumeration of later AMD DGPUs disabled by PowerXpress.
  • Fixed sensor monitoring on ASUS MAXIMUS VI.
  • Added monitoring of TSOD on SNB/IVB/HSW/BDW-E/EN/EP/EX.
  • Fixed font size selection for LG LCD.
  • Fixed reporting of GPU clock/VID on Haswell GT1.5 SKUs.
  • Added option to lock sensor order (enabled by default). If sensor order was changed in the past, this option needs to be disabled first.
  • Added support of ITE IT8620E HW monitor.
  • Enhanced sensor monitoring on GIGABYTE A88X series.
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Martin,

How do I "Lock" in MY order in the Sensor table. When ever I turn on the new "lock" switch, it reoders to your new order, that I have never seen before. I am not using "Default Order".

Thanks,

Crysta
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Hi Crysta,

It might be a bit confusing - the lock means only to lock to a fixed order without reordering (as before). So if you want to change order of sensors, you need to disable this lock.

I introduced this feature, because a lot of (mostly new) users were confused by the reordering feature, especially when new items appeared later in the sensors list (they have been added to the end of the list and appeared as belonging to the last sensor). That caused a lot of confusion. Unfortunately once someone changes the order of sensors, I don't know to which particular entry I should add a new appeared - so in that case it's added at the end.
So the lock (by default) reverts back to the old way of displaying sensor values. I also think that most users prefer the old way, so that's why it's locked by default.
This was the best solution I could find, in fact I should introduce it in the first version where sensor reordering feature has been introduced.

Martin
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(01-22-2014, 06:08 PM)Martin Wrote: Hi Crysta,

It might be a bit confusing - the lock means only to lock to a fixed order without reordering (as before). So if you want to change order of sensors, you need to disable this lock.

I introduced this feature, because a lot of (mostly new) users were confused by the reordering feature, especially when new items appeared later in the sensors list (they have been added to the end of the list and appeared as belonging to the last sensor). That caused a lot of confusion. Unfortunately once someone changes the order of sensors, I don't know to which particular entry I should add a new appeared - so in that case it's added at the end.
So the lock (by default) reverts back to the old way of displaying sensor values. I also think that most users prefer the old way, so that's why it's locked by default.
This was the best solution I could find, in fact I should introduce it in the first version where sensor reordering feature has been introduced.

Martin

Good to talk to you again, it has been awhile..... Smile

Perhaps it should be called "Fixed", "Original Fixed" or "Developer Fixed" then??? Now I am really confused Huh What the dickens is "Restore Original Order" then???? Confused

By the way I do like and would use a "Lock" feature, to protect "My Sensor Order", so it says the way I want it. It does take a bit of time to reorganize the entries Big Grin

Take care,

Crysta
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I agree, maybe "Fixed order" or something like that would be a better meaning.
"Restore Original Order" might be useful when reordering is enabled and something happens where you're no longer sure which item belongs to which sensor Wink Then pressing this button puts all items to the original order.
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