Hmonitor Version released

Discussion in 'Shuttle' started by hmonitor, Dec 11, 2005.

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    New release of hardware monitoring utility with thermocontrol features
    is available at!
    Now, with x64/EM64T support and nVidia GPU monitoring.

    December 05, 2005 - Hmonitor Version released;

    Changes are:

    - NS ADT7476 sensor chip support added;
    - Intel ICH6M southbridge support added;
    - Intel D945GNT mainboard support verified;
    - Intel D945PVS mainboard support verified;
    - Tyan Tiger MPX s2466 mainboard support verified;
    - Tyan Thunder i7525 s2676 mainboard support added;
    - Gigabyte 8I955X Royal mainboard support verified;
    - Samsung X20 notebook support verified;
    - Acer TravelMate 4061 notebook support added;
    - Toshiba Satellite Pro 4600 notebook support verified;
    - Asus EN7800 GTX graphics adapter support verified;
    - Asus V9999 GT/TD graphics adapter support verified;
    - "weird temperatures" filter is enabled again.

    To download, please, visit support site:
    hmonitor, Dec 11, 2005
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