Core Temp 1.0 RC1 Released

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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.

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RC1 Screenshot (Courtesy CoreTemp)

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.

Head over to the Core Temp home page to download the program and check out the complete changelog. You can also join the existing discussion threads in the AMD and Intel forums here on Overclockers.


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