HWiNFO32 is FREEWARE. You can use and distribute it freely. Any modifications to the packages are forbidden. HWiNFO32 is updated frequently (daily) with recognition of new hardware, technologies and features. Update cycle for full release is approximately one month, for the Beta pre-release approximately 1-2 per week. There might be interim builds available if required. It is highly recommended to use the latest available build. Beta pre-releases are fully functional, usually including new features that might require evaluation and updates which will be promoted to a full release.
* Enhanced support of AMD Family 12h and 14h (APU).
* Added new SSD SMART attributes.
* Enhanced sensor monitoring on ASUS P8Q67 series.
* Added reporting of Number of OC Bins and OC Extra Voltage for Sandy Bridge.
* Added possibility to hide sensor values.
* Reduced DPC latency during DELL EC sensor monitoring.
* Improved battery status reporting in sensors on some machines.
* Added AMD RADEON HD 6870M and RADEON HD 6970M branding.
* Changed sensor log CSV format for better post-processing.
* Enhanced sensor monitoring on Alienware M17x-R3.
* Enhanced COMPAL EC sensor monitoring on some machines.
* Added support of ITE IT8772F LPC/hardware monitor.
* Enhanced sensor monitoring on Foxconn H67S.
* Enhanced sensor monitoring on MSI GX720.
* Improved support of ATI Northern Islands I2C.
* Enhanced sensor monitoring on MSI MS-7672, MS-7673, MS-7678, MS-7681.
* Added "Sensor-only" option to run in sensor monitoring mode only.
* Enhanced sensor monitoring on Biostar TP67 and TH67 series.
* Fixed GPU memory size reporting on GF108.
* Added reporting of Intel 6-series PCH revision (B2, B3).
* Improved HDA codec detection, fixed potential audio issues during scan.
* Improved startup speed.
* Enhanced sensor monitoring on GIGABYTE P65A series.
* Enhanced sensor monitoring on Intel DP67, DH67, DH61, DQ67, DB65 series.
* Updated reporting of memory module max speed in case XMP or EPP is supported.
Tools and Utilities
3.70 build 1153
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