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    Potential Bug in v5.03-2595 Beta

    Hi Martin, I tried the new Beta version of HWiNFO64, v5.03-2595, which includes Enhanced sensor monitoring on ASRock X99 and Z170 series. I ran it with my ASRock X99 Extreme6/3.1 board, and I noticed the VCore reading that was fine on the previous Beta version was now an impossible value...
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    Can HWiNFO Detect an Intel ES Processor?

    Hi Martin, hope you are well. I'm wondering if HWiNFO is able to detect if a processor (Intel i7-5820K) is an Engineering Sample model? I'm testing one for... someone that claims it is an ES model, but I'm not sure about that. The Summary and Main HWiNFO information pages show the CPU Type...
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    Performance Limit Reasons Feedback

    Hi Martin, Some feedback on the new Performance Limit Reasons in the Beta v4.65-2545 version of HWiNFO64. This is from an ASRock Z87 Extreme6 board (Nuvoton NCT6776F), Pentium G3258, Windows 10 Build 10130. When I first saw all these "reasons" all I could say is Wow! I never knew...
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    Report From The Wild

    Hi Martin, hope you are well! One of my occasional feedback posts, which I know you appreciate. Basically all good news, with possibly one thing to think about. I love the Backup User Settings feature, which is very useful for the way I use my PCs and HWiNFO. I do a lot of Layout and...
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    Beta v4.61-2480 Font and Color Features

    Hi Martin, Just started using the v4.61-2480 version with the new color and font features. Good idea putting the sensor headings in italics to get our attention. Seems to be working well on the system in my sig. The color option is nice, probably most useful with the Alerts option, great idea...
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    Possible Bug in HWiNFO64 Main Window Information

    I've seen this displayed in the HWiNFO64 main window for quite a while now, with every Intel board I have, and was never sure if it is a bug or something I don't understand. In the PCH Features section, compare the RAID Capability entry, with the Drives information in the information tree...
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    Catching Up With HWiNFO Updates

    Hi Martin, I haven't posted in your forum lately although I've been meaning to for a while to comment about some of the updates. This is all related to my ASRock Z97 Extreme6 board, a Haswell system in which I recently added a Xeon E3-1276 v3 processor. The sensor chip is the Nuvoton...
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    Problem With Sensor Entries Drag and Drop

    Hi Martin, Noticed the new feature of dragging and dropping entries in the Sensor Status window, but I'm having difficulty with it. Some information and questions: I do not have all the available sensor entries displayed, many are removed using the Layout feature. I have not moved any...
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    General Comments and Z97 Board Specific

    Hi Martin, I haven't posted in the forum for a while, I hope you are well. If you remember me, we worked out a few details for reporting a couple things in HWiNFO64 when used with my ASRock Z87 Extreme 6 board. I have an ASRock Z97 Extreme 6 board now, and a few things have changed relative to...
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    Question About VIDs and Vcore

    Hi Martin, hopefully some simple questions for you. The system is an i5-3570K Ivy Bridge processor in an ASRock Z77 Extreme 4 board. I'm using the current Beta, hw_431_2075. As you know, HWiNFO64 displays each of the processor core's VIDs (four for this CPU) and a single Vcore value. I...
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    Network Activity Display With Teaming

    Hi Martin, I noticed the new network activity attributes in HWiNFO64, very nice as usual. Just FYI, one board I use has dual NICs which I have teamed in an adaptive load balancing configuration. The HWiNFO64 display of the teamed NICs works fine, an example: [attachment=871] One thing I...
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    Vcore Value on ASRock Z87 Mother Boards

    Hi Martin, I'm back to create more work for you ;) You may recall my thread about the Vcore and VID readings on my ASRock Z87 Extreme 6 board, with an i5-4670K. I also understand that you are at the mercy of the sensor chip used on a board, the (lack of) information provided by the...
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    HWiNFO64 and Haswell Systems

    Hi Martin, I'm using HWiNFO64 v4.18-1930 on my Haswell based PC (ASRock Z87 EX 6 board with Nuvoton NCT6776 chip, i5-4670K CPU, Windows 8 Pro 64bit), and it is working fine. I don't see any posts about HWiNFO64 and Haswell PCs in the forum, so just some comments, FYI information, and questions...
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    Thanks For The New Features and Options

    Every time I install the latest version of HWiNFO, I find new data items and options that are really useful! I get different options depending on the PC platform of course, I doubt I can remember all of the new ones I like, such as: CPU Thermal Throttling, and now per-core, does that actually...
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    Thanks for the Intel PCH Temperature!

    Martin, I noticed that you recently added the display of the Intel PCH temperature to HWiNFO64. Thanks so much for this, as no other hardware monitoring program I am aware of displays this information (besides AI Suite II on some ASUS boards.) My ASRock Z77 Extreme 4 board cooperates with...
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    IRST 11.5.0.1207 Removed by Intel, Memory Leak and Other Issues

    (See below regarding why I posted this information) Intel has removed the latest version of IRST, 11.5.0.1207, from their download pages. It has multiple issues including: Memory leaks. Memory usage climbs slowly higher and higher for no good reason. Some applications will BSOD when...
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    HWiNFO v3.84 Fixes Nuvoton Detection Bug

    Hi Martin, Just an FYI that v3.84 detects the Nuvoton NCT6776F sensor chip on the ASUS SaberTooth P67 board just fine again. I was meaning to post the debug file for you when I noticed the problem in v3.83, but you were aware of it by then. Thanks for your hard work, I really appreciate your...
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    HHWiNFO64 is Excellent!

    Hi Martin, I'd like to tell you that I've been using HWiNFO64 for a while now, and it is just fantastic! First, I use it on my ASUS SaberTooth P67 board with i7-2600k CPU. IMO, all the Sensor readings are perfectly accurate, and thanks for including all the "Thermal Radar" sensor readings...
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