Thursday, January 14th 2021

ZenTimings is a Nifty Little Memory Info Tool for AMD Ryzen

ZenTimings by Ivan Rusanov is a tiny (< 500 KB download) app that lets you monitor your machine's memory timings in a really neat user-interface. The app works with all generations of AMD Ryzen processors, as well as Athlon processors based on the "Zen" microarchitectures. Besides timings, you also get basic info about the main clock domains that affect memory, such as memory clock (DDR), MCLK, UCLK, FCLK; relevant voltage readouts. This simple app is completely free, and open-source, if you'd like to inspect the code. The latest version v1.2.2 adds PHYWRD, PHYWRL, PHYRDL and PowerDown reading, DRAM and VTT readings, and the latest AMD "Dali" APUs. If you like the app, consider contributing to Rusanov on his website, in the source link below.

DOWNLOAD: ZenTimings by Ivan Rusanov v1.2.2
The change-log follows.

  • Add PHYWRD, PHYWRL, PHYRDL and PowerDown readings.
  • Add DRAM and VTT readings (static) from BIOS on some motherboards (MSI and Gigabyte).
  • Add support for both SMU version number variants to fix Picasso voltage readings on some systems.
  • Add support for Dali APUs (https://en.wikichip.org/wiki/amd/cores/dali).
  • Optimized startup, progress is reported in the splash screen.
  • Save settings in the same directory of the app for better portability and upgrade.
  • Small UI adjustments and fixes.
  • Old legacy version is now EOL. Replaced by new version with stripped themes support.
  • Remove hover state of camera icon.
  • Attempt to filter incorrect VSOC values reported by SVI2 TFN plane.
  • Better error reporting.
  • Fix installed DRAM modules slot labels.
  • Fix power table reading on 32bit OS.
  • Fix occasional problem with reading power table on first load after boot.
Source: ZenTimings
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4 Comments on ZenTimings is a Nifty Little Memory Info Tool for AMD Ryzen

#1
NeuralNexus
Is it safe to be downloading software from a Russian software dev?
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sam_86314
NeuralNexus
Is it safe to be downloading software from a Russian software dev?
The great thing about open-source software is that you can look at the code and find out yourself.

github.com/irusanov/ZenTimings
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Caring1
NeuralNexus
Is it safe to be downloading software from a Russian software dev?
What are you implying?
Why don't you just blurt out that your a racist!
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lightninguk
Caring1
What are you implying?
Why don't you just blurt out that your a racist!
Why is it racist to ask if its safe to download from a Russian software developer exactly?

Its been reported that we have seen many hacks originating from Russia (allegedly) so its a very fair question to ask and the politically correct Police need to grow up and get a life. My firewall blocks traffic from many high risk countries, is my firewall racist or is it just reducing my risk?
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