HWiNFO tool adds support for upcoming AMD and Intel chips

Posted on Thursday, Feb 01 2018 @ 11:15 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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Version 5.72 of the HWiNFO tool hit the web yesterday. Usually we wouldn't report this but this time there are some interesting items in the changelog.

First up, this new release adds support for the upcoming AMD 400-series chipsets. Motherboards with this chipset are designed for the upcoming Zen+ based Ryzen 2000 series, but users of current AM4 motherboards should be able to upgrade if the motherboard maker provides a BIOS update. The Ryzen 2000 series is expected in April.

The tool also adds support for unnamed, future AMD Vega and Navi GPUs, and has preliminary support for the Intel Ice Lake-SP server chip. Somewhat further down the changelog, there's also a note about enhanced support for the AMD Radeon RX Vega M.
  • Added recognition of AMD 400-series chipset.
  • Improved recognition of Bay Trail steppings.
  • Enhanced reporting of turbo ratio limits with fused and resolved values (BDX, SKX).
  • Added option to disable access to Corsair and some Asetek-based coolers.
  • Added recognition of some future AMD Vega and Navi GPUs.
  • Added NVIDIA Quadro V100.
  • Added reporting of GPU VRAM module model for some AMD GPUs.
  • Fixed enumeration of RAID drives on AMD Promontory chipsets.
  • Fixed disk activity sensor names on some RAID systems.
  • Enhanced preliminary support of Ice Lake-SP (ICX).
  • Fixed reporting of Total Memory Encryption feature status in summary.
  • Added reporting of active memory channels on AMD Zen.
  • Enhanced monitoring of Intel GPU video decode usage.
  • Fixed flickering of RTSS OSD in some applications with high framerates.
  • Added monitoring of Corsair H80i Pro, H100i Pro, H115i Pro and H150i Pro.
  • Improved enumeration of network adapters.
  • Enhanced support of AMD Radeon RX Vega M.
  • Enhanced monitoring of new Intel Compute Card models.
  • Unified HWiNFO32 and HWiNFO64 packages (universal installer, combined portable).

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