HWiNFO v7.37-4985 Beta released


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HWiNFO v7.37-4985 Beta available.

  • Added fan speed monitoring on MSI Raider GE67HX, Titan GT77 and some others.
  • Added Monitoring of GPU SOC clock on AMD Navi3x.
  • Improved sensor monitoring on some ASUS and ASRock mainboards.
  • Added fan speed monitoring on SANTECH G69/Clevo X170KM.
  • Added VRM monitoring on GIGABYTE Z690, Z790 and X670, B650 series.
  • Added NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 Laptop.
  • Added NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4060 Laptop.
  • Added NVIDIA RTX 3500, 3000, 2000 Ada Laptop.
  • Enhanced sensor monitoring on ASUS H770 and B760 series.
  • Added AMD Radeon RX 7600M, 7600M XT, 7600S, 7700S.
Old small issues (AIDA64 also have it:)):

all version HWiNFO not try check difference's after desktop X79 Express ChipSet (Intel BD82X79 chip) and server/workstation C600 Series ChipSet (BD82C602J, BD82C602, BD82C604, BD82C606 and BD82C608 chips, but software can check difference's if try exist Intel VT-D chipset support - X79 not have VT-D (see X79-C600.png, source - Intel C600 Series Chipset and Intel X79 Express Chipset Datasheet, April 2013, and c602-c604-c606-c608-chipset-block-diagram.png).

Your can see this issues in to Summary.jpg.

Also, for information Xeon E5 1600/2400/2600/4600 V2 power specifications source -
Second Generation Intel Xeon Scalable Processors Datasheet, Volume One: Electrical, April 2019:

4.2.7 Processor Package Power Specifications

Processor package power, Pmax, is defined by the maximum instantaneous power
at the socket and is reported by the PACKAGE_POWER_SKU MSR/CSR Registers. For
details on processor SKU information, see Table 1-1, “HCC, MCC, and LCC SKU
Table Summary.”.

Table 4-11.

Processor Package Power Pmax

TDP SKUs Pmax (W)
150W WS (8cores) 230
130W 1U (12/10/8-cores) 200
130W 2U (8-cores) 200
130W 2U (6/4-cores) 175
130W 1S WS (8-cores) 200
130W 1S WS (6-cores) 190
130W 1S WS (4-cores) 175
115W (12/10-cores) 180
95W (10/8-cores) 150
95W (6/4-cores) 130
80W (6/4-cores) 110
70W (10-cores) 120
60W (6-cores) 100
LV95W (10-cores) 150
LV70W (10/8-cores) 120
LV50W (6-cores) 75


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Thanks for the interesting idea. It sounded good, unfortunately when I looked up several dumps I have, I found many X79 systems reporting VT-d as Supported...
X79 often uses a VT-D software imitation at the BIOS level, but when checking the availability of technology, this is visible because VT-D is implemented through hardware support. And by the number of Smbus tires, chipsetes are distinguishable by the overcoming of Smbus tire numbers.

DBG log with a car with a configuration:

CPU: Intel Xeon E5-2697 v2 (Ivy Bridge-EP Opt., C1)
2700 MHz (27.00x100.0) @ 1200 MHz (12.00x100.0)
BIOS: AMI 4.6.5 ver 008, 10/29/2019, UEFI
Motherboard: QUIDA X79-P3 Green X79
Chipset: Intel C602J (Patsburg)
Memory: 65536 MBytes @ 933 MHz, 13-13-13-32
- 16384 MB PC14900 DDR3 SDRAM - Samsung M393B2G70QH0-CMA
- 16384 MB PC14900 DDR3 SDRAM - Samsung M393B2G70QH0-CMA
- 16384 MB PC14900 DDR3 SDRAM - Samsung M393B2G70QH0-CMA
- 16384 MB PC14900 DDR3 SDRAM - Samsung M393B2G70QH0-CMA
Graphics: ASUS PHOENIX GTX 1060
Drive: WDC WD1002FBYS-02A6B0, 1 TB, 3 GB
Drive: Seagate ST32000645NS, 2 TB, 6 GB
Drive: SAMSUNG HD321KJ, 320 GB, 3 GB
Sound: Intel Patsburg PCH - High Definition Audio Controller [C1]
Sound: NVIDIA GP106 - High Definition Audio Controller
Sound: RealTek Semiconductor ALC892 - HD Audio
Network: RealTek Semiconductor RTL8111F PCIe Gigabit Ethernet NIC
USB 3.0: Etron EJ-168A (Etron USB 3.0 PCIe Gen 2 x1 Host Controller)
PSU: AeroCool AERO BRONZE 850M (850 VA)


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