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SpeedFan 4.32 Released

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  1. Jimmy 2004

    Jimmy 2004 New Member

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    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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    Excellent as always, shame it sets the fans to 100% when I exit the program though :(
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    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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    Oh boy ill have to try it now. Been awhile since ive ever tried it.
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    whats AUX: temp for? mines at 119c
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    thanks for that infrared, I have been using a version that a mate gave me ages ago.
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    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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    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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    you can offset the temperatures ;)

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    mine seem to be right even the volts and fan speeds

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    woah, your 12v rail's a tad high 0.o
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    :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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    Thanks for the tip, I offset them by 15.
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    Ooer. nice improvements.
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    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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    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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    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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    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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