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Posted on Tuesday, January 22 2008 @ 13:13:04 CET by

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.

  • Long awaited AMD/ATi Graphics cards h/w monitoring support added;
  • Dell notebooks: Fans speed monitoring added for most models;
  • ITE IT8726F sensor chip support added;
  • Fintek F75363F sensor chip support added;
  • AOpen EZ661 mainboard support added;
  • Gigabyte M61SME-S2 mainboard support verified;
  • Gigabyte M57SLI-S4 mainboard support verified;
  • Gigabyte X38-DQ6 mainboard support verified;
  • Gigabyte M68SM-S2 mainboard support verified;
  • Gigabyte MA69G-S3H mainboard support verified;
  • Biostar TA770 A2+ mainboard support verified;
  • Asus M2R32 MVP mainboard support verified;
  • TOSHIBA Satellite A35 notebook support verified;
  • few minor bugs are fixed;

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