HWiNFO v6.00 released

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  1. Mumak

    Mumak Member Guru

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    HWiNFO v6.00 available.

    Changes:
    • Enhanced sensor monitoring on GIGABYTE H370 series mainboards.
    • Fixed sensor monitoring on GIGABYTE Z390 M GAMING.
    • Added monitoring of VRM temperature on some ASUS MAXIMUS XI HERO/CODE/FORMULA mainboards.
    • Added monitoring of external fans on ASUS ROG STRIX GTX 1080.
    • Enhanced sensor monitoring on ASRock X399 Phantom Gaming 6.
    • Added monitoring of overclocking voltage offsets on later Intel CPUs.
    • Improved identification of drives connected to some Silicon Image SATA/RAID controllers.
    • Enhanced sensor monitoring on GIGABYTE B360 and H310 series mainboards.
    • Added reporting of AVX2 turbo limit ratios for Kaby Lake and Coffee Lake.
    • Fixed reporting of GPU Power and some other information on NVIDIA GPUs using later drivers.
    • Added detection of DCH-compliant GPU drivers.
    • Added reporting of AC/DC Loadline value for Skylake, Kaby Lake and Coffee Lake.
    • Added option for bold font in tray icon.
    • Added reporting of basic SVID voltage regulator information and universal VR temperature monitoring for Haswell and later CPUs.
    • Added monitoring of Memory Controller 0/1 voltage (VCCP) on Skylake-X, Skylake-SP and Cascade Lake.
    • Added reporting of Maximum Memory Capacity limit by CPU on Skylake-SP and Cascade Lake.
    • Enhanced sensor monitoring on ASUS WS C246M PRO.
     
  2. BlackZero

    BlackZero Ancient Guru

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    Excellent.

    Thanks, Mumak.
     
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  4. Soni091090

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    Please help! My MSI gtx 1660 ti led always turn of when hwinfo is running!
     

  5. SerjRozov

    SerjRozov New Member

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    I just tried touching vrm heatsinks and it's literally nowhere near warm even, so is it showing false readings based on that?
     
  6. Mumak

    Mumak Member Guru

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    Sorry guys for the late reply.
    GPU Memory Clocks are shown in real MHz values, not effective DDR clock which is 2 or 4x the real clock.
    MSI GTX 1660 (Ti) RGB issues should be resolved in the new version 6.04: https://forums.guru3d.com/threads/hwinfo-v6-04-released.426045/
    VR VCC temperature is reported straight from the VRM sensor. I've seen a few cases where the numbers were quite high, most probably due to a fault in the sensor. Anyway, this should be watched (even though the value might not be valid) as values too high might result in VR THERMTRIP alert.
     

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