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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: Corrected Xeon D codename to Broadwell-DE.
Known issues: Some systems running Windows 10 Anniversary may still have driver load failure.
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: VIA Eden X4 was incorrectly named VIA QuadCore.
Update: G15 applet will be named 'Core Temp' from now on, without the version number.
Version 1.5.1 - 21st November, 2016
Version 1.6 - 18th February, 2017
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.
Version 1.7 - 18th March, 2017
Hey @The-coolest will a new version support AMD Ryzen?
I'm waiting for AMD to send over technical documents so that support for the new chips can be added.
@The-Coolest As a start, you can read the tCTL sensor and subtract 20C from readings on the 1700X, 1800X, 1600X to obtain the real Tjunction temp. Treat tCTL = Tjunction on the 1700, 1600, 1500X, 1400.
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