Saturday, March 3rd 2007

SpeedFan 4.32 Released


The latest version of SpeedFan, one of the best pieces of software for temperature monitoring and fan control, has been released taking it to version 4.32. It’s only a minor update, adding improved motherboard support and other small fixes. One of the biggest improvements is full 64-bit support, including Vista, and full Core 2 Duo support. Here is the complete list of changes:
  • added a digitally signed 64 bit driver (fully tested under Vista 64 bit)
  • added full support for INTEL CORE DUO internal temperature readings
  • added full support for Andigilog aSC7621
  • added full support for Fintek F71882F
  • added xAP support to publish temperatures and fan speeds
  • improved support for Fintek F71782F
  • improved support for IT8716F
  • renamed temperatures readings for MAX6640
  • improved compatibility with Intel D975XBX2
  • reduced AD7416 and AD7417 false detections
  • reduced MAX6650/6651 false detections
  • improved Intel SMBus routines
You can download it here.
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19 Comments on SpeedFan 4.32 Released

#1
Fusion
Excellent as always, shame it sets the fans to 100% when I exit the program though :(
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#2
infrared
I've been using 4.32 for the last few days now, it's awesome! The Core 2 Duo support is great!

And it no longer sets fan temperatures to 100% since v4.30 Fusion.
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#3
Scavar
Oh boy ill have to try it now. Been awhile since ive ever tried it.
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#4
DOM
whats AUX: temp for? mines at 119c
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#5
Fusion
thanks for that infrared, I have been using a version that a mate gave me ages ago.
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#6
infrared
by: DOM_ATI_X800XL_PCI-E
whats AUX: temp for? mines at 119c
Just an unused sensor on your motherboard. You can get rid of it from Speedfan in the configure section, under the temperatures tab ;)
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#7
hotrippr
Great program, but I cant use it since the temp are not displayed correctly for my C2D, it is about 10-15c lower than the Intel Thermal Analysis tool. I was so happy to have 25-32c temps...then I knew it was too good to be true and TAT agreed.
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#8
infrared
you can offset the temperatures ;)

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#9
DOM
mine seem to be right even the volts and fan speeds
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#10
infrared
woah, your 12v rail's a tad high 0.o
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#11
DOM
:laugh: thats the way its been, is that bad it goes down on load I can check it with those volt meters but how dont wanna funk something up
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#12
hotrippr
by: infrared
you can offset the temperatures ;)
Thanks for the tip, I offset them by 15.
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#13
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Ooer. nice improvements.
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#14
acousticlemur
i have a question about 2 temps on here. it says that they are at 259 degrees F what is it monitoring? or is it just something i can disable?

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#15
ramik
Already downloaded since 2 days, but has problems with mu motherboard (DFI nForce4-Ultra): I get no readings of fan speeds, it has also been reported on the bug tracker, waiting for next version...
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#17
infrared
i surely didn't have to.

a 12v rail should be as close to 12v (hence the name) as possible. That guide just tells you that it's safe up to 12.6v.
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#18
Jimmy 2004
by: infrared
i surely didn't have to.

a 12v rail should be as close to 12v (hence the name) as possible. That guide just tells you that it's safe up to 12.6v.
Lol, and there was me thinking the 12 volt was supposed to be at 4V! That would explain a lot :roll:
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