Software Update: Core Temp 1.0 RC9

Jun

6

2016

A new release candidate of CoreTemp appeared. This small, free program can identify the processor of the computer and monitor. For example, Core Temp shows, inter alia, the temperature and pressure of the individual cores. On this page you will find a list of supported processors. The collected information is written in a log, so that it can later be put in a graph, for instance in Excel. It is also possible for the processor via an Android or Windows Phone app to keep an eye on . In this release the following changes and improvements have been made:

New:

Added support for AMD’s Kabini, Mullins, Carrizo, Kaveri and Godavari APUs.
Added support for Haswell-EP CPUs.

Fixed:

Update notification popup now Identifies it as being CoreTemp.
Core Temp crash on update check.
Core Temp window invisible due to being out of bounds desktop.
Haswell Crystal Well frequency and TDP were missing.
AMD Kaveri / Godavari CPUs were stuck at 16C / 61F.
Incorrect VID Reported for newer AMD FX processors.
AMD Trinity Reported temperature was too high.
When Display distance to TjMax ‘option is enabled, no indication string Appears on AMD CPUs. Enabling the option above will result in the same temperature readings axis AMD Overdrive.

CoreTemp 1.0 RC8 screenshot

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