Release Version 0.4.0 Beta

  • Added an option to show the sensor-plot in a separate window or on the right of the tree-view.
  • Added support for saving and restoring the sensor history as shown in the plot for the last 24h.
  • Added a context menu to the plot which allows the user to configure the time window for plotting.
  • Added code to save and restore the plot sensor selection.
  • Added support for AMD family 12h (Llano) and 15h (Bulldozer) CPUs.
  • Added support for package level temp sensors on new Intel Sandy Bridge CPUs.
  • Added support for Intel CPU power sensors (package and cores).
  • Improved the CPU load sensors. The values displayed for the load per core and the total load should now be more accurate.
  • Rewritten the SMART HDD and SSD monitoring code based on a patch by Roland Reinl. The report now contains a list of all SMART attributes with the labels as identified by the Open Hardware Monitor.
  • Added support for SMART total host writes and total host reads sensors on SSDs.
  • Further restricted the identification for Indilinx SSDs to prevent Maxtor HDDs to be identified as Indilinx SSD.
  • Added the hard drive firmware version to the report.
  • Added support for the Fintek F71889AD super I/O chip.
  • Added support for the ITE IT8772E super I/O chip.
  • Added support for fan control on the NCT677X super I/O chips.
  • Added fan control for Nvidia GPUs based on a patch by Christian Vallières.
  • Extended the identification list of mainboard manufacturers.
  • Added mainboard specific configurations for the Gigabyte Z68X-UD7-B3, ASUS P8P67, ASUS P8P67 EVO, ASUS P8P67 PRO and Shuttle SH67Hx mainboards.
  • Added a third decimal place for voltages to the displays.
  • Optimized the memory allocation behavior of the GUI.

24 Responses to “Release Version 0.4.0 Beta”

  1. Rodney says:

    NEW UPDATE!! I love this program soooo much. Thank you for your hard work!

  2. gaszpaccso says:

    Thank you for your work, i’m glad to see this projects is alive, as i abandoned all the similar apps in favor of this 🙂

  3. Warrax says:

    Thank you for updating, your version of Hardware Monitor is the best!

  4. kairock says:

    thanks for the update. was beginning to think that this project was abandoned 🙂

  5. xbuster says:

    Many thanks for the update! It works great with my Msi Z68A-GD65 (G3). I tried many programs but Open Hardware Monitor is the best!
    The plot system is very good.

  6. Johnny says:

    The good app just gets better! Thanks for the developers for making the very best hardware monitoring app!

    For those that are interested to see what’s going down with the development of this mighty app (and those in fear it’s being abandoned), look at their google code page:

  7. Iliyan says:

    Thanks of the developers for this good software!

  8. suddenjob says:

    Thanks for your effort and time in this program!

  9. krajl says:

    Best monitoring program ever!
    Great Work!

  10. Nenad says:

    Great, project is alive.Thanx.
    Please add an option to choose a background color in a gadget windows from windows code ?!!!