HWiNFO v6.12 released

Martin

HWiNFO Author
Staff member
HWiNFO v6.12 available.

Changes:
  • Fixed reporting of ES/Production stage for some Zen2 CPUs.
  • Fixed measuring of BCLK for some Intel CPUs under Windows 7.
  • Added reporting of CPU High Temperature Clock Limit for AMD Zen2 family.
  • Added reporting of CPU Automatic Overclocking Offset for AMD Matisse family.
  • Added a new (more reliable) method for measuring BCLK on AMD Matisse systems.
  • Added monitoring of Memory Controller Clock (UCLK) for AMD Zen family.
  • Added preliminary support of Intel Elkhart Lake.
  • Fixed reporting of NVMe capacity when LBA data size > 512B.
  • Added reporting of CPU Thermal Trip Limit and HTC Temperature Limit for AMD Zen.
  • Updated reporting of CPU VDD and SoC SVI2 current/power on some MSI mainboards.
  • Added monitoring of per-CCD Tdie temperatures for AMD Zen2.
  • Improved support of several legacy (ISA, VLB) (S)VGA adapters.
  • Fixed reporting of GPU fan RPM on AMD Navi.
  • Added monitoring of voltage, current and power of EVGA RTX 20-series ICX GPUs.
 

Ed Castillo

New Member
I'm new here and have a quick question. Is there a way to install HWINFO with USB to troubleshoot a Win10 laptop that is not booting up ? Thanks in advance

Ed
 

Martin

HWiNFO Author
Staff member
I'm new here and have a quick question. Is there a way to install HWINFO with USB to troubleshoot a Win10 laptop that is not booting up ? Thanks in advance

Ed
If the OS (Windows) doesn't boot, you can to create a bootable WinPE USB key and put HWiNFO on it. When the WinPE boots, you just start HWiNFO manually from its command prompt.
 
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