Hmonitor released

Discussion in 'Soyo' started by hmonitor, Jun 4, 2008.

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    New release of Shareware monitoring utility Hmonitor is

    Hardware sensors monitor utilizes sensor chips on smart motherboards
    to track system and CPU temperatures, voltages and cooling fans. By
    quickly catching an overheated computer, you can prevent disasters
    such as system instability or damage. The program is resource
    friendly, resides quietly in the system tray, and continually monitors
    the various parameters. By clicking its icon, you'll view real time
    values for each component. Hmonitor supports all Windows OS: Windows
    9X/ME/NT/2000/XP/2003, including X64/EM64T editions.

    Changes are follow:

    - Gigabyte X38-DS4 mainboard support verified;
    - AMD RS780 (aka 780G) chipset support added;
    - ATi SB700 southbridge support added;
    - AMD Phenom CPUs: core temperature support added;
    - AMD K8/K10 CPUs: memory bus speed information added;
    - MS XP/Vista: some GUI interface tweaks applied;
    - Gigabyte MA78GM-S2H mainboard support verified;
    - Intel D946GZIS mainboard support verified;
    - Gigabyte EP35-DS3 mainboard support verified;
    - MSI P35 Diamond (MS-7356) mainboard support verified;
    - Asus Striker Extreme II mainboard support verified;

    NOTE: Trial version is FULLY FUNCTIONAL for two weeks and intended to
    check the compatibility
    of the program with particular hardware configuration.

    To see more details and download Hmonitor, please, visit support site:

    The Author
    hmonitor, Jun 4, 2008
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    May 28, 2010
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    The new features are really quite good and very useful. Hope it will rock in the market. Some new rocking thing are you can find just by visiting the site ozrot(.)co(.)il
    ozrot, May 28, 2010
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