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SpeedFan 4.38 Released

Airbot

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#1
This is a very interesting release. It adds full support for a lot of new hardware. AMCC/3WARE users will be happy to see SMART data for all of their EIDE/SATA hard disks. Full Intel QST support has been added too (you need to RUN AS ADMIN on some OS). Support for new SMBuses (like nVidia MCP79 and SiS968) is there. New chips (like the ADT7470 and the ADT7462) have been added and support has been improved for some others. ITE IT8720 identification has been greatly improved. DELL support is now tested on more chipsets. Windows 7 32 and 64 bit has been added and verified. Both the installer and the executable are now digitally signed. A lot of refinements, improvements and bug fixes were applied.
4.38
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added full support for AMCC/3ware SMART readings

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added full support for Intel QST

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added full support for ADT7470

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added full support for ADT7462

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added full support for nVidia MCP79 SMBus

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added full support for SiS968 SMBus

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added full support for Intel i7 internal core temperature reading

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improved ITE IT8720F identification

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added Fintek F71858 temperature readings

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PC87360, PC87362, PC87363, PC87364, PC87366 do hide unavailable readings now

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ProbeGL5xxSM now checks some more registers to try to avoid false detections

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improved CPU identification routines

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improved FB-DIMM support on some Intel chipsets

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the exotics tab now shows the fitness of the hard disks connected to ARECA RAID controllers too

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ARECA and AMCC/3WARE connected hard disks are now searched before the standard channels, trying to avoid aliased, merged or fake reported SMART data

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added identification of Fintek F75125R

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removed two debug messages related to UGURU3

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added some debug code to try to support VIA CX700/VX700 SMBus

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DELL SUPPORT is now checked on ATI SBx00, Intel 631xESB, ICH8, ICH9 and ICH10 too

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disabled DELL support on 64 bit systems

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added /NODELLSCAN command line parameter

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fixed daylight saving time handling in event emails

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added full support for Windows 7 32 and 64 bit

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fixed a minor bug that caused the main window to be minimized when clicked

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CONFIGURATION / SPEEDS SpinBoxes now allow manual edit

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added some scan exceptions for Asus M2N-E and for Dell 0G841G

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INSTALLER: improved OS identification

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INSTALLER: fixed the ADMIN identification issue
source: SpeedFan - Access temperature sensor in your computer
 

roy69

47,65,65,6B
Vista Guru
Gold Member
#5
It lost control of the temp on my CPU it was going from a very high to very low value. Now I know my cooling is not that good for the low and not that bad for the high.
Is there a way to change the font size without having to look at ini files?