HWiNFO32 and HWiNFO64 v4.07-1775 Beta released

Martin

HWiNFO Author
Staff member
HWiNFO32 v4.07-1775 Beta and HWiNFO64 v4.07-1775 Beta available.
Changes:
  • Fixed HWiNFO64 autorun.
  • Improved sensor graphs, added resizing capability.
  • Enhanced sensor monitoring on ECS P67 and Z77 series.
  • Enhanced support of VT11xx sensor on GPU.
  • Improved handling of user-disabled sensors.
  • Improved CPU power measurement on AMD Bulldozer.
 

PhotM

Well-Known Member
Thank You Martin,

I have it actively running. I am now getting SysTin3 with a reasonable range of 69 C to 75 C but I am not sure what it is reporting? Before I was getting garbage so I turned it of since I didn't believe it was connected to anything on my system.

Regards,

Crysta
 

Martin

HWiNFO Author
Staff member
Hi Crysta,
this depends on the mainboard model you have. Unless I know the exact model, I cannot say more.
But in most cases such values might belong to sensor inputs which are not connected to a real source, so they report bogus values.
 

PhotM

Well-Known Member
Martin said:
Hi Crysta,
this depends on the mainboard model you have. Unless I know the exact model, I cannot say more.
But in most cases such values might belong to sensor inputs which are not connected to a real source, so they report bogus values.
Martin, I believe you have that info from another recent interaction but in case you don't I will give you the link and try the attachment resource again. You said you were going to fix it the last time. :)

https://docs.google.com/open?id=0BxiUW_krt1_zSUlIUl9rbkI3dW8

Regards,

Crysta

PS. Nope, Attachment still doesn't work for me :huh:
 

Martin

HWiNFO Author
Staff member
I just wanted to be sure which mainboard you mean (you might have more machines)...
For this mainboard (Intel DH67BL) I believe the SYSTIN3 is probably a bogus value, since it doesn't seem to be connected to a real diode.
Regarding the attachment problem - it seems to be specific to certain files only. I posted a question about this on the forum's support site, but haven't got a response yet.
 

PhotM

Well-Known Member
OKAY Martin,

I never thought about more than one machine :p I do but they are both Android ... :D lol

I thought that's what you told me previously. I turned off Monitoring on it since it again went off the deep end. :p

Thanks

Crysta
 

Sergey

Active Member
Martin,

The fan worked normal after resuming from suspend in the release 1770.
But the release 1775 work with zero fan after resuming from suspend again.
 
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