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SpeedFan 4.34 Beta

Discussion in 'News' started by JacKz5o, Oct 20, 2007.

  1. JacKz5o New Member

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    This beta includes a huge amount of new code and of code rewritings. It fixes the crash on some DFI motherboards and properly identifies one revision of the IT8705F chip. There is a lot of code to improve nVidia support. Intel CORE temperatures should now properly work on all systems. Added support for the SMBus available on several new SouthBridges. Added support for new chips. Added preliminary CPU identification routines needed to better support new hardware. Added a new setting to see Intel Core temperatures in a relative or absolute way and DTS reading on all Intel CPUs that support it.

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    thx for the news, that sound like an big new betas.
    its available, can't find it can you post direct link ?
     
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    You'll have to register and login to be able to see the link and access the download :)
     
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    What more could they possibly add in?
     
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    Well I would tell you if it was good...but have the Delphi 217 runtime error. So.. blah.
     

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