Version 1.13 - 8th January, 2019 - New: Add support for 2nd generation Threadripper processors, Socket FP5. - Fix: Crash when 5 or more cores exceed overheat protection temperature setting. - Fix: "No supported CPU detected" on Ryzen processors. - Fix: Constant frequency readings on Ryzen processors. - Fix: Incorrect readings on Ryzen processors.
Version 1.11 - 4th November, 2017 - New: Support for AMD EPYC (Naples) processors, Stoney Ridge APUs. - New: Multiple processor group support. Fixes detection of CPUs on multi-socket systems with more than a total of 64 threads. - New: Support for Intel Coffee Lake, Denverton, Gemini Lake. - New: Support for Intel Xeon Phi (untested). - Fix: AMD processor or core recognition issues on multiple generations. - Fix: Some AMD processors reported incorrect Max temperatures when other hardware monitoring utilities are used. - Fix: Power detection on multiprocessor Intel machines. - Fix: Correct topology information on high-end, high-core systems. - Fix: Check for updates on older operating systems. - Fix: Settings window Tab control background when themes are disabled in Windows. - Fix: L1 Instruction cache was reported as L1 Unified cache on most processors. - Fix: L2 cache was incorrectly reported on newer VIA processors. - Fix: Multiple other VIA related improvements and fixes.
Version 1.10.2 - 7th August, 2017 - New: Support for AMD Bristol Ridge APUs. - Fix: 1.10 version crash on AMD processors or only populating temperature of first 1-2 cores. - Fix: Add correct temperature offsets for AMD Ryzen Threadripper X1920 and X1950. - Fix: In multi-socket AMD systems, switching into MiniMode would bring up all hidden windows of all running applications and services. - Fix: Support for MCM AMD CPUs. Only the highest temperature per CPU is displayed. - Fix: Socket C32 and G34 Opteron code names. - Fix: On some AMD Opteron systems the CPU model number is not displayed. - Fix: Detection of the C32 and G34 socket types for some Opteron CPUs. - Fix: Corrected TjMax on some older desktop Atom chips.
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.
Version 1.1 - 2nd July, 2016 - New: Digital Signature is now ALCPU. - New: Support for Intel Broadwell-EP. - New: Overheat protection can now execute files with arguments. Use : (colon) to separate executable path from its arguments. - Fix: Corrected frequency detection on some AMD APUs. - Update: Notification Area icon tooltips will display all of the available core temperatures in "Highest temperature" modes.
Version 0.99.7.10 - 1st September, 2010 - New: Enable overheat protection to execute a command every time an overheating occurs or just once. - New: TjMax for AMD 10H and 11H family processors (K10/K10.5/Puma - older Turions) - Fix: Several mobile Intel processor recognition issues. - Fix: Mobile AMD processor recognition issues. - Fix: Problem with Settings window throwing errors about Scheduled tasks if "Start with Windows" was not checked. - Fix: Core Temp may crash on systems when switching between power supplies (wall/battery) or exiting sleep/hibernation mode. - Fix: TCaseMax calculation for socket 939 AMD processors. - Update: Shared memory applications and AMD Phenom derivatives will now show temperature for all of the cores. - Update: Core Temp will remember proper screen position on multiple displays, when the 1st display is on the right.
Version 0.99.7.3 - 5th July, 2010 - New: "Start Core Temp with Windows" feature on Windows Vista and 7. - Fix: Taking a screenshot would not capture the whole window in Vista/7 with aero mode. - Fix: Windows 7 taskbar Cycle mode only shows up after the first interval has elapsed. - Fix: Overheating protection UI bug. - Fix: The Mini-mode menu was not checked when Mini-mode was activated. - Fix: Corrected the placement and size of the load label on Phenom based processors. - Fix: Order of appearance of the system tray icons in Windows 7. - Update: The appropriate G15 menu is now checked depending on the status of the G15 plug-in. - Update: Added support for 12 core processors to temperature offset adjustment window.
Version 0.99.6.0 - 26th April, 2010 - New: Support for new and upcoming Intel and AMD processors. - New: Better recognition of AMD dual/tri core unlocked CPUs. - New: Optional 24 hour display on G15 LCD. - Fix: Platform field blank for newer AMD CPUs. - Fix: Some K8 CPUs were unknown or recognized incorrectly. - Fix: Overheat protection "Activate at specified temperature" problems were fixed. - Fix: Overheat detection does not show a Balloon Tip when user specified temperature value is set. - Fix: Temperature displays a negative value when core temperature reaches over TjMax (Intel). - Fix: Intel W3500 series Xeons recognized with Core i7 model numbers (ie W3520 shown as Xeon 920) - Fix: In certain cases Core 2 Duo T5500 was recognized as a T5450. - Fix: G15 LCD display is no longer always-on-top after coming out of sleep or hibernation. - Fix: G15 won't display 0.0000v in case VID readings are not supported by the CPU. - Fix: In some cases, at Windows startup systemtray icons would not appear. - Update: Windows XP SP2 or higher is now required. - Update: Completely new processor frequency detection algorithm. (for Core 2 generation and newer only) - Update: Remove "APICID" from main window as it has very little use.
Version 0.99.5.26 - 3rd August, 2009 - Fix: Incorrect clock speeds reported on some systems. - Fix: At startup Core Temp shows 0 (?) or 21 (?) on AMD K8 series. - Fix: Turion MK series recognition was wrong. - Fix: Properly detect Atom and Core i7 engineering samples. - Fix: Tri-Core AMD CPUs incorrectly shown as having only 2 cores and 2 threads in 64bit Core Temp binary. - Fix: System tray text was off center. - Fix: Penryn (mobile Core 2) processors reported as having 85C TjMax instead of 90C. - Fix: Settings window would open centered, and sometimes out of the desktop area. - Fix: System tray icon very small in Windows 2000/XP/2003. - Fix: AMD Athlon X2 4x50e series detected as 3x50e. - Fix: Using a negative offset on AMD systems results in "42949672xx°C" being displayed. - Fix: Add support for Mobile Athlon 64 X2 TK-xx series and Turion 64 MK-xx series. - Fix: Workaround added for when Core Temp fails to find supported CPUs on Phenom based systems. - Fix: PROCHOT signal from Intel CPUs was not picked up correctly. - Fix: Core Temp would start out of the desktop area, and the main Window couldn't be seen/accessed. - Fix: False overheating warning on AMD systems. - Fix: False readings of over 200C° on AMD systems. - Fix: High/low temperatures would be reversed when "Show distance to TjMax" was enabled. - Fix: Clicking "Defaults" button in settings would enable logging when it should be disabled by default. - Fix: 23xx and 83xx series AMD Opterons recognized as 83xx and 23xx respectively. - Fix: System tray icons appear incorrectly on AMD K10 and newer CPUs. - Fix: "Show highest temp of each CPU" systemtray icon configuration sometimes reports duplicate readings. - Fix: G15 applet did not work after resuming from Sleep/Suspend. - New: Completely new code for processor speed detection. - New: A comprehensive processor information window (F3 or Tools --> System information). - New: Thermal protection mechanism. (Look at Options menu, changed from 0.99.5.20 beta) - New: Support for the latest AMD and Intel CPUs. - New: Mini mode for GUI. (Double click anywhere to switch between modes) - New: Per core temperature offset adjustment. (Look at Options menu) - New: Screenshots are now taken in the lossless but very compact PNG format. - New: User defined text colors for main Window. (Options --> Settings) - New: Show high/low temperatures. (Press F6 or the Tools menu to reset values) - New: On/Off switch for G15 applet in Tools menu. - New: Running several instances of Core Temp is now possible (enable in Settings). - Update: Temp turns Orange when temperature is over TControl, and Red when CPU is thottling/critical. - Update: Reorganized menu. - Update: TjMax for mobile Atom processors changed to 90C. - Update: "Lion" codename for AMD Turion was changed to "Griffin". - Update: Completely dropped support for older Windows NT OS, Windows XP or up is required. (For Windows 2000: download GDIPlus.dll here -files.com/dllindex/dll-files.shtml?gdiplus)
Version 0.99.4 - 19th January, 2009 Major changes: Completely rewritten base code. Core Temp is now available in both 32 and 64 bit versions. - New: CPU detection improved, efficiency improved, speed improved, clock speed detection improved. - New: Initial support for Core i5 (Lynnfield). - New: Automatically detect Core i7/i5 series TjMax. - New: Show real-time TDP of Core i7 processors (still needs work). - New: Alternative clock speed detection for Core 2, i7 and i5 series and up. - New: Support for all currently available and some future processor families. (Intel & AMD) - New: Temperature changes color when temperatures hit high levels to alert the user. (Orange = hot, Red = critical) - New: Show (!) besides the temperature of a core which hit critical temp as a notification of past overheating. - New: Invalid temperature values are followed by (?) for both Intel and AMD. - New: AMD AM2 65nm K8 based processors get a 21c offset to fix incorrect temperature reporting (info from AMD). - New: AMD Black Edition processors identified by "BE" suffix after PR rating. - New: Display time and date on G15 LCD. - New: Complete DPI awareness - Core Temp GUI now scales perfectly with any DPI setting. - New: Rewritten algorithm for "Register dump" function, works much faster and more accurate (no ghost devices). - New: Redesigned log file system: 1) Settings window allows to start logging when Core Temp starts. Logging can be toggled on or off from the Options menu or simply by pressing F4. 2) Layout is completely changed. Now it's easy to create graphs and the output is more coherent and understandable. 3) CSV file format is preserved. 4) Each logging session creates a seperate log file named with time and date of session start. 5) Logging is now off by default. - New: Register dump provides much more information: 1) Supported instruction set. 2) Supported features. 3) Manufacturing node. 4) Default CPU speed, multiplier range and maximum VID. 5) Bus ratio multiplier. 6) Bus frequency. 7) Processor and OS thread counts. 8) Cache: Count and size. 9) Processor topology. 10) PCI register dump also lists device names when "PCIDEVS.TXT" file is added to Core Temp's directory, Link (scroll down a little). 11) Better output layout, easier to read. - Fix: Core Temp crashes on Intel multi-processor platforms with Socket #0 unpopulated. - Fix: Countless minor bug fixes due to rewritten code base. - Fix: System tray icons do not appear after explorer.exe crash/restart. - Update: Core Temp will now work with A0 and A1 revisions of 65nm Core 2 processors. - Update: Core Temp will not work on some/all virtual machine software. - Update: TjMax values for 65nm Core 2 series adjusted. 2b1af7f3a8