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  • Re: "Core Temp" - A program for accurate Core, Core 2 and K8 CPU temperature monitoring

    @primesuspect
    I'm waiting for AMD to send over technical documents so that support for the new chips can be added.

    primesuspect
  • Re: "Core Temp" - A program for accurate Core, Core 2 and K8 CPU temperature monitoring

    Version 1.6 - 18th February, 2017

    • Fix: Runaway memory leak on some machines.
    • Fix: Bus clock detection on Apollo Lake processors.
    • Fix: Occasional 'to TjMax' appearing on some cores on Intel processors. Improved, hopefully fixed.

    • Change: Subversion will now be shown in the title and About dialog if it's not 0.

    Thraxprimesuspect
  • Re: "Core Temp" - A program for accurate Core, Core 2 and K8 CPU temperature monitoring

    There was a bug affecting everyone with non-Hyperthreaded CPUs from SB and newer.
    Version 1.4.1 addresses this bug + adds the power feature to 22nm and newer Atom processors in addition to fixing the TjMax detection on Atom CPUs.

    Version 1.4.1 - 12th October, 2016

    • New: Power measurements for IA Cores, GT (Graphics core), Uncore and DRAM for Intel Sandy Bridge, Silvermont and newer processors.

    • Fix: Version 1.4 crashing on Intel processors without Hyperthreading.

    • Fix: Correct TjMax for Silvermont (22nm Atom based) and newer processors.
    • Fix: Dual and quad core VIA CPU support. Corrected VID detection for newer Nano processors and added support for 28nm CPUs.
    • Fix: Crash when logging is enabled on machines with 20+ cores.
    • Fix: AMD Carrizo temperature detection.
    • Fix: Corrected Xeon D codename to Broadwell-DE.

    • Known issues: Some systems running Windows 10 Anniversary may still have driver load failure.

    Sonorous
  • Re: "Core Temp" - A program for accurate Core, Core 2 and K8 CPU temperature monitoring

    Version 1.5 - 19th November, 2016

    • New: Support for Intel Kaby Lake, Apollo Lake and Avoton processors.

    • Fix: Incorrect multiplier on 45nm and early 32nm Core series processors.

    • Fix: Sometimes power consumption doesn't work on supported processors.
    • Fix: In cases where both IA and GT power figures are N/A, Uncore displays the same value as Package.
    • Fix: Incorrect VID on Intel processors.
    • Fix: Inaccurate TjMax on Silvermont based (22nm Atom) processors.
    • Fix: Incorrect VID on AMD Trinity and newer processors.
    • Fix: Corrected Lynnfield recognition of i5 760, i7 870S.
    • Fix: Crystal Well and Haswell-ULT code names added for the Haswell generation.
    • Fix: VIA Eden X4 was incorrectly named VIA QuadCore.

    • Update: G15 applet will be named 'Core Temp' from now on, without the version number.

    • Known issues: Some systems running Windows 10 Anniversary may still have driver load failure.

    Sonorousprimesuspect
  • Re: "Core Temp" - A program for accurate Core, Core 2 and K8 CPU temperature monitoring

    Version 1.3 - 10th September, 2016

    • New: Support for Xeon D processors.

    • Fix: K8 generation of AMD CPUs displayed "Distance to TjMax" text when it was not actually doing that.

    • Fix: Recognition for Xeon W3670, W3680 processors.

    • Known issues: Some systems running Windows 10 Anniversary may still have driver load failure.

    Note:
    Regarding Core Temp and Windows 10 Anniversary Update. This Windows release requires drivers to be submitted to Microsoft for them to digitally sign them, and this in turn requires the developer to have an EV (extended validation) code signing certificate. At the time of writing, I still don't have an EV certificate and I'm waiting for my certificate provider to start supplying them. As soon as I am able to acquire an EV certificate and get the drivers properly signed, Core Temp will be updated again.
    Until this issue is resolved, Core Temp 1.0 RC9 should still work with Windows 10 Anniversary Update. You can download it here.
    One more workaround, which I don't recommend, is to turn off Secure Boot in the BIOS.

    primesuspectBuddyJ