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    Heh, good to hear

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    Been working on the layout a little bit. Adding the very much requested Low/High temperature readings:


    Also split out the menu at the top; Settings, systray setup and always on top is in options and the rest is in tools.

    Any thoughts?

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    It looks great ! when do you think it will be ready to be released ?

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    Rather soon, this will simply be a bug-fix release.

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    Ooooooh looks great!

    Is there any way to "reset" the high/low temps? I would think that low would always be when you first turn on the system, which would kind of be slightly skewed and wouldn't give a "lowest" when benching/testing?

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    Good idea, I'll add that option.

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    Hi!

    Maybe you could add also current CPU voltage as well, would be good for taking screenshots and stuff

    " There are some things Man should not know, for rest is Google"
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    Is there any way to "reset" the high/low temps? I would think that low would always be when you first turn on the system, which would kind of be slightly skewed and wouldn't give a "lowest" when benching/testing?[/quote]

    Good idea Jake, I'm sure this would help a lot of people out. Arthur your doing an amazing job with core temp , Thank You !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geralt View Post
    Hi!

    Maybe you could add also current CPU voltage as well, would be good for taking screenshots and stuff
    Unfortunately that's impossible at this moment. Since that would require actual motherboard support and dependancy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    Is there any way to "reset" the high/low temps? I would think that low would always be when you first turn on the system, which would kind of be slightly skewed and wouldn't give a "lowest" when benching/testing?

    Good idea Jake, I'm sure this would help a lot of people out. Arthur your doing an amazing job with core temp , Thank You !
    I've got that working as well.
    Couldn't think of a good place to put a "Reset" button, so I just put it in the menu + hot key.
    Just hit F6 on the keyboard or go to Tools and click on Reset Low/High values.
    I think this is easy and leaves a clean GUI at the same time.
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    This is a Beta bug-fix release. Please report if you find any problems or have any suggestions please let me know so they can be fixed/implemented before the final release.

    Version 0.99.4 (Build 75) - 27rd January, 2009

    - Add: Show high/low temperatures. (Press F6 or the Tools menu to reset values)
    - Add: On/Off switch for G15 applet in Tools menu.

    - Fix: Settings window would open centered, and sometimes out of the desktop area.
    - Fix: System tray icon very small in Windows 2000/XP/2003.
    - Fix: AMD Athlon X2 4x50e series detected as 3x50e.
    - Fix: Add support for Mobile Athlon 64 X2 TK-xx series and Turion 64 MK-xx series.
    - Fix: Workaround added for when Core Temp fails to find supported CPUs on Phenom based systems.

    - Change: Reorganized menu.
    - Change: Only detect ES status for Core 2 series. Core i7 and Atom detection was incorrect.
    - Change: TjMax for mobile Atom processors changed to 90C.
    - Change: "Lion" codename for AMD Turion was changed to "Griffin".

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    Thoughts?

    Double click the window anywhere to switch between modes.
    Move the window around by simply dragging it.
    Core Temp will remember it's last setting. It'll start up in mini mode next time if you close it that way.
    In case of a multiprocessor system Core Temp will shuffle the temperature values between available processors. Only a single temperature box will appear to conserve size.

    I believe this will be very useful to people with multiprocessor systems.

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    Very nice Arthur! Just two questions:

    -there is an easy way to reset the high/low temps, correct?

    -many people use your program to help "verify" temps when doing overclocking runs by posting screenshots. So.....on the mini mode, should the main app bar still show the CoreTemp name and version? Just wondering. Maybe it's overkill, and if people need the screenshot to show then they could just use the Full Mode, thus keeping the Mini Mode more compact perhaps?

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    Yes, you either hit F6 on the keyboard or go to the Tools menu and click on Reset Low/High readings.

    I wanted to keep Core Temp as minimalistic as possible but still showing important information.
    If someone wants to show a comparison of two Core Temp versions by screenshots, they should simply do it in full mode.

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    Sounds good to me, looks great!

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    Here's another little something I'm working on:

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    Ah, very nice.

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