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    Yes indeed when will that be ready ?

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    Quite soon

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    Change log since the previous beta:

    Version 0.99.5 (Build 6) - 7th February, 2009

    - Add: Thermal protection mechanism. (Look at Options menu)
    - Add: Mini mode for GUI. (Double click anywhere to switch between modes)
    - Add: Per core temperature offset adjustment. (Look at Options menu)
    - Add: Screenshots are now taken in the lossless but very compact PNG format.
    - Add: User defined text colors for main Window. (Options --> Settings)

    - Fix: PROCHOT signal from Intel CPUs was not picked up correctly.
    - Fix: Core Temp would start out of the desktop area, and the main Window couldn't be seen/accessed.
    - Fix: AMD K8 series incorrectly reports temperature at over 200C (CPU bug, workaround applied).
    - Fix: High/low temperatures would be reversed when "Show distance to TjMax" was enabled.
    - Fix: Clicking "Defaults" button in settings would enable logging when it should be disabled by default.
    - Fix: "Show highest temp of each CPU" systemtray icon configuration sometimes reports duplicate readings.

    - Change: Completely dropped support for older Windows NT OS, Windows XP or up is required.
    (For Windows 2000: download GDIPlus.dll here http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dl....shtml?gdiplus)

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    Official support thread on Core Temp forums.
    Last edited by The Coolest; 08-02-2009 at 07:12.

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    Core Temp 0.99.4 does not work on G15 LCD
    Had to revert back to 0.99.3

    Any idea???

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    I just tested the latest build on the virtual LCD (with 1.03 software) and it works fine.
    Will try to test it on some real system with a real G15 and see if it works.

    But there shouldn't really be a problem since I didn't really touch the G15 code.
    Last edited by The Coolest; 12-02-2009 at 15:22.

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    Just confirmed that it works on other systems as well.

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    Thanks Mr Cooler!
    Yup it worked...realized it was becos of my G15 driver

    Any idea if coming release
    Vcore will be showing correct information instead of 0.0000v ?

    Thanks again

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    Problem with Nehalem is that it doesn't report the VID anymore at all. Core Temp has always reported the VID and not vcore.
    Since I don't have access to the motherboard sensors I'm not quite sure when I'll be able to make it report actual voltage.

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    Fixed frequency detection problem.
    Fixed beta is here:
    http://www.alcpu.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=2401#2401
    Please read the description before using it.

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    Default 0.99.5 Beta

    List of changes since the last official release:

    Version 0.99.5 (Build 20) - 12th March, 2009

    - Fix: Incorrect clock speeds reported on some systems.
    - Fix: At startup Core Temp shows 0 (?) or 21 (?) on AMD K8 series.
    - Fix: Turion MK series recognition was wrong.
    - Fix: Properly detect Atom and Core i7 engineering samples.
    - Fix: Tri-Core AMD CPUs incorrectly shown as having only 2 cores and 2 threads in 64bit Core Temp binary.
    - Fix: System tray text was off center.
    - Fix: Penryn (mobile Core 2) processors reported as having 85C TjMax instead of 90C.
    - 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.
    - Fix: PROCHOT signal from Intel CPUs was not picked up correctly.
    - Fix: Core Temp would start out of the desktop area, and the main Window couldn't be seen/accessed.
    - Fix: AMD K8 series incorrectly reports temperature at over 200C (CPU bug, workaround applied).
    - Fix: High/low temperatures would be reversed when "Show distance to TjMax" was enabled.
    - Fix: Clicking "Defaults" button in settings would enable logging when it should be disabled by default.
    - Fix: "Show highest temp of each CPU" systemtray icon configuration sometimes reports duplicate readings.

    - Add: Completely new code for processor speed detection.
    - Add: A comprehensive processor information windows (F3 or Tools --> System information).
    - Add: Thermal protection mechanism. (Look at Options menu)
    - Add: Mini mode for GUI. (Double click anywhere to switch between modes)

    - Add: Per core temperature offset adjustment. (Look at Options menu)
    - Add: Screenshots are now taken in the lossless but very compact PNG format.
    - Add: User defined text colors for main Window. (Options --> Settings)
    - Add: Show high/low temperatures. (Press F6 or the Tools menu to reset values)
    - Add: On/Off switch for G15 applet in Tools menu.
    - Add: Running several instances of Core Temp is now possible (enable in Settings).

    - Change: Temp turns Orange when temperature is over TControl, and Red when CPU is thottling/critical.
    - Change: Reorganized menu.
    - Change: TjMax for mobile Atom processors changed to 90C.
    - Change: "Lion" codename for AMD Turion was changed to "Griffin".
    - Change: Completely dropped support for older Windows NT OS, Windows XP or up is required.
    (For Windows 2000: download GDIPlus.dll here http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dl....shtml?gdiplus)

    Official support thread on Core Temp forums.
    Last edited by The Coolest; 15-03-2009 at 10:18.

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    You've added the real time TDP monitoring sensor and on your website stated, it's still need to work on.

    The question is; How accurate is it now?
    Because I notice my overclocked i7 jumped up to 147.3w, of course this is depend on which software to use for stress load. It's more likely with CoreDamage, P95 or OCCT are very consitent at 130w though.

    If this sensor reading correctly then I thumbs up for this feature.

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    It's very inaccurate. I'm planning to get rid of it in the next version.

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    Too bad, that would have been awesome.

    Is the problem with the sensor itself, can't convey the necessary information accurately?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Coolest View Post
    It's very inaccurate. I'm planning to get rid of it in the next version.
    have you take a look at HWmonitor?
    It has CPU power sensor as well it does the same reading as your CoreTemp sensor. Both programs report the same reading though:confused:

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    Yep, we use the same method to retrieve this information.
    I'll see if I can maybe change it to something else other than actual TDP which may still be useful.

    The problem is that the CPU doesn't actually give us the TDP, it has to be calculated, and this calculation is currently inaccurate.

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    Yeah, too bad it's not accurate but I think it's good idea to be able to read the CPU heat load though.

    I notice when CoreTemp read 147.3w TDP (max) and in the Everest CPU Power Values reported 110w. I don't know if it's the same method of reading or not? or it's reading the power consumsion, any idea?

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