HWiNFO v7.10 released


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HWiNFO v7.10 available.

  • Added reporting of Secure Boot support capability.
  • Added monitoring of IOD (IO Die) hotspot and average temperature on AMD Zen2 and later CPUs.
  • Fixed monitoring of some MSI X570S series mainboards.
  • Added reporting of CPPC order for AMD Renoir and later APUs.
  • Improved Tj,max reporting on some AMD Zen CPUs.
  • Changed high temperature warning limit from Tj,max-10 to Tj,max-5 ºC.
  • Improved rounding of DDR4/DDR5 nCK parameters.
  • Added support of Aquacomputer Leakshield.
  • Enhanced sensor monitoring on NZXT N7 Z590.
  • Improved support of AMD Navi23.
  • Enhanced sensor monitoring on ASUS ProArt X570-CREATOR.
  • Fixed monitoring of some GIGABYTE X570S series mainboards.
  • Improved DDR5 SPD readout.
  • Added monitoring of Average Active Core Count for AMD Ryzen 2xxx and later series.
  • Updated EVGA ICX3 monitoring on GPUs with new firmware.
  • Improved support of some future AMD CPU generations.
  • Added preliminary support of some future AMD GPUs.
  • Added monitoring of static PL1/PL2 power limits.
  • Added option to write sensor log directly to disk.
thank you !
But when I downloaded the portable .zip, it says "Corrupt file" and I can't open it.
thank you !
But when I downloaded the portable .zip, it says "Corrupt file" and I can't open it.

I have checked both the local site and FossHub and all files are correct there.
But for example Firefox thinks the file is suspicious and requires the user to manually approve the download:
If the user doesn't notice this warning the file won't download and will appear as corrupt (0 bytes).
I think the "issue" is that HWiNFO is now using a new digital signature which wasn't "commonly seen" yet. This should go away once more users will download the files and online scanners will catch up.

UPDATE: This is not only related to Firefox, but many other browsers via Google's Safe Browsing: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/9044101#uncommon_downloads&zippy=,uncommon-downloads
UPDATE2: Google's Safe Browsing site status lists all content as safe: https://transparencyreport.google.com/safe-browsing/search?url=www.hwinfo.com
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