Our very own The_Coolest just announced the first release candidate for version 1.0 of his Core Temp program. This release has many new features and bug fixes. It also coincides with the release a nifty monitoring app for your Android smartphone.
Here is the changelog for this version:
*** Core Temp Monitor is now available, an Android app to monitor your machines from anywhere in the world! More information can be found here
- New: Multilingual interface. Core Temp now natively supports adding non-English languages.
- New: Plugin system – 3rd party developers can now create plugins and extensions for Core Temp, both native code and .Net is supported, please see this for more information.
- New: Added support for Intel Pentium and AMD K5 and newer processors. (detection only, Temperature by Acpi Thermalzones)
- New: Added support for VIA processors. (C3 – detection only, Temperature by Acpi Thermalzones)
- New: Intel Sandy Bridge and AMD Fusion (Brazos, Llano) support.
- New: Max TDP detection on supporting processors.
- New: Power consumption on Intel’s Nehalem and newer processors.
- Fix: All of the user reported bugs and many more unreported problems.
- Update: Optimized the startup code, Core Temp should now launch 2 to 4 times faster.
- Update: Optimized many other aspects of the code, Core Temp should now consume much less CPU time than before.
- Update: Restored support for older OS: Windows XP is now fully supported, Windows 2000 requires security updates KB935839, KB835732 and GDI+. In some cases hotfix KB816542 may be needed as well.