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"Core Temp" - A program for accurate Conroe, Merom and Yonah temperature monitoring

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Evilsizer

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If anyone is having problems with Core Temp crashing on them, please look at the appropriate thread and post there your problem and system spec. I think this way it will be very effective at getting to the bugs faster.

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The Coolest said:
If anyone is having problems with Core Temp crashing on them, please look at the appropriate thread and post there your problem and system spec. I think this way it will be very effective at getting to the bugs faster.

Intel Thread
AMD Thread

why don't you add that to the original post?
 

piotrr

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I'm not digging it until it's stable.

It's a nice program, but as an overclocker's tool it's worth than worthless as long as it causes those crashes.
 

rainless

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piotrr said:
I'm not digging it until it's stable.

It's a nice program, but as an overclocker's tool it's worth than worthless as long as it causes those crashes.

What crashes? I've been running it all day almost everyday for almost a year now with ZERO crashes.
 

muddocktor

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Just downloaded the latest version for my newest acquisition, an E1705 laptop. .94 wasn't reading the temp correctly and was significantly different from tat. Now both read in the same range, so .95 must have fixed whatever problem .94 had with this system. Thanks for the proggie, T_C. :thup:
 
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dook43, fordsierra4x4, Retrolock YGPM regarding your L2 revision chips
 
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I may have found a solution(!) to the BSOD problem in 0.95.
My test system stopped crashing. I need more computers with this problem to confirm the fix is working.
If you want to test the fix, please contact me via one of my IMs.

Thanks,
Arthur
 
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Version 0.95.4 - 22nd August, 2007
- Fix: Core Temp causes restarts/BSODs on start.
- Fix: Core Temp causes hard shutdowns on some AMD systems.

- Fix: System tray icons are black squares on less than 32bit desktops.
- Fix: Some other minor bugs fixed.

- Add: Support new Intel CPUs.
 

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Version 0.95.4 - 22nd August, 2007
- Fix: Core Temp causes restarts/BSODs on start.
- Fix: Core Temp causes hard shutdowns on some AMD systems.

- Fix: System tray icons are black squares on less than 32bit desktops.
- Fix: Some other minor bugs fixed.

- Add: Support new Intel CPUs.

Thanks Art. This version shows a lot more realistic temp. Right at 15° higher, which is what everyone thought it was off by.:thup:
 
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Version 0.96 - 31st December, 2007

- Add: System tray icons configuration.
- Add: Support for Intel's latest CPUs.
- Add: ClearType font support.
- Add: Time\Date column to the log file.
- Add: Always on top option.

- Fix: Core Temp does not proprerly display temperature and CPU select fields.
- Fix: Log file layout.
- Fix: Hide\Show does not properly Minimize\Restore window.
- Fix: Core code names aren't properly detected. (Intel)
- Fix: Incorrect\Missing CPU rating when not using stock\maximum multiplier. (Intel)
- Fix: Wrong CPU clock is reported when using EIST\non-maximum multiplier. (Intel)
- Fix: Wrong detection of Merom based CPUs.
- Fix: Single core Athlon 64s and Semprons reading -49C constantly. (Rare)
- Fix: C2D M0 rev. report very low temperatures. (Tjmax to 100C)
- Fix: Layout and display of tool tip text in the system tray. (Now shows a core per line)

- Change: Log the start and end of a session even if logging is disabled.
- Change: Settings and Systray settings windows appear in center of main window.
- Change: Rename "Tjunction" field to "Tj. Max" to make things clearer.

Happy new year to everyone :)
 

Shiggity

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Version 0.96 - 31st December, 2007

- Add: System tray icons configuration.
- Add: Support for Intel's latest CPUs.
- Add: ClearType font support.
- Add: Time\Date column to the log file.
- Add: Always on top option.

- Fix: Core Temp does not proprerly display temperature and CPU select fields.
- Fix: Log file layout.
- Fix: Hide\Show does not properly Minimize\Restore window.
- Fix: Core code names aren't properly detected. (Intel)
- Fix: Incorrect\Missing CPU rating when not using stock\maximum multiplier. (Intel)
- Fix: Wrong CPU clock is reported when using EIST\non-maximum multiplier. (Intel)
- Fix: Wrong detection of Merom based CPUs.
- Fix: Single core Athlon 64s and Semprons reading -49C constantly. (Rare)
- Fix: C2D M0 rev. report very low temperatures. (Tjmax to 100C)
- Fix: Layout and display of tool tip text in the system tray. (Now shows a core per line)

- Change: Log the start and end of a session even if logging is disabled.
- Change: Settings and Systray settings windows appear in center of main window.
- Change: Rename "Tjunction" field to "Tj. Max" to make things clearer.

Happy new year to everyone :)

Cool :cool:

Edit - Bah @ auto logging
 

Elluzion

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so if you have a quad, you look at core # 1,2,3,4 and you want all of those temps under 70 degrees or so? or do you look at the Tjunction temp??