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ATOJAR 03-13-08 02:52 PM

Core Temp v0.97.1 - Now Vista ready! (x86 and x64
 
Sorry if this is a repost but just thought i would let you know there has been a new version of Core Temp released Version 0.97.1 - 7th March, 2008!

Version 0.97.1 - 7th March, 2008

- Fix: Phenom did not display proper temperature in version 0.97.
- Fix: Phenom randomly reports 255C (value ignored).
- Fix: Phenom displays more than a single system tray icon per CPU.
- Fix: Phenom 1/4 multipliers rounded improperly.

- Change: C and F now will display C and F accordingly.

Version 0.97 - 5th March, 2008

- Add: Vista x64 support - All drivers are now digitally signed!
- Add: Logitech G15 keyboard support - see ReadMe!.txt for details.
- Add: Support 45nm LGA775 Xeon series.

- Fix: Opaque background in system tray wasn't 16x16 pixels.
- Fix: Yonah based CPUs incorrectly detected.
- Fix: 1333FSB Dual Core Conroe based Xeon incorrectly detected.
- Fix: Dreaded cycle of "Driver can't load" messages if driver failed to load.
- Fix: Socket AM2 Athlon-FX was not recognized.

- Change: Core Temp layout on a Phenom.

http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/


It now reads my Q6600 temps correctly under Vista x64 :)

Vik1dk 03-15-08 10:32 AM

Re: Core Temp v0.97.1 - Now Vista ready! (x86 and x64
 
6750 cpu, temps is 15c higher than last version/everest :confused:

Revs 03-15-08 10:42 AM

Re: Core Temp v0.97.1 - Now Vista ready! (x86 and x64
 
Cheers Ato. He must have decided to take the plunge and pay the fee. Good lad :)

Revs 03-15-08 10:44 AM

Re: Core Temp v0.97.1 - Now Vista ready! (x86 and x64
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Vik1dk
6750 cpu, temps is 15c higher than last version/everest :confused:

It's OK for me. Everest and Core Temp read the same, as always.

ATOJAR 03-15-08 10:46 AM

Re: Core Temp v0.97.1 - Now Vista ready! (x86 and x64
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Vik1dk
temps is 15c higher than last version

The last version wasent digitally signed, that why the temps where wrong with the last version of core temp, this version should be giving out the right temps, well it is for me now!

SLippe 03-15-08 11:14 AM

Re: Core Temp v0.97.1 - Now Vista ready! (x86 and x64
 
Thanks for the link/info, ATOJAR.

Vik1dk 03-15-08 11:29 AM

Re: Core Temp v0.97.1 - Now Vista ready! (x86 and x64
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by ATOJAR
The last version wasent digitally signed, that why the temps where wrong with the last version of core temp, this version should be giving out the right temps, well it is for me now!

Well the only difference i see between the new and old version is that my Tj.max
is 100c now not 85c like the old one.

Revs 03-15-08 02:45 PM

Re: Core Temp v0.97.1 - Now Vista ready! (x86 and x64
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by zer0
so now, how do i know the safe temps of my processor???

http://processorfinder.intel.com/Det...px?sSpec=SLA4T

SLippe 03-16-08 12:23 AM

Re: Core Temp v0.97.1 - Now Vista ready! (x86 and x64
 
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My results...

http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/atta...1&d=1205641373

methimpikehoses 03-16-08 01:45 AM

Re: Core Temp v0.97.1 - Now Vista ready! (x86 and x64
 
Great, finally for x64. ;)

Amuro 03-16-08 03:22 AM

Re: Core Temp v0.97.1 - Now Vista ready! (x86 and x64
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by zer0
so 60.1c is the critical temp of my processor?

so what is the relation of the thermal specification to TJmax?

The 60.1C in the thermal specification is the maximum Tcase temp, not the actual core temps. Tcase is measured at the geometric center on the topside of the CPU integrated heat spreader. Temps you see in software utilities such as CoreTemp are Tjunction temps that are derived from digital thermal sensors located on the CPU cores. Obviously Tjunction will always be higher than Tcase, up to 18C for C2D's, and 12C for quads. Tjmax is the maximum Tjunction temp, the temp at which thermal protection controlled throttling/shotdown will occur.

Here's a temperature guide for C2D's CDQ's:
http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/22...perature-guide

Wolfhound 03-16-08 05:48 AM

Re: Core Temp v0.97.1 - Now Vista ready! (x86 and x64
 
My Results

http://img404.imageshack.us/img404/6338/coretempqz9.jpg


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