Visualize your CPU temperature with Core Temp
What makes Core Temp unique is how it works. It can display the temperature of each Core individually for each processor in your system. You can see temperature fluctuations in real time with different operating loads. Core Temp is also the motherboard's neutral. Core Temp makes it easy to monitor the temperature of any modern x86-based processor. This software supports processors of all three major manufacturers. Intel, AMD and VIA.

Intel processors ranging from the Core series to the latest Core i7 include all derivatives. AMD processors Starting with the first series of Athlon64 and Opteron processors, all new Phenom and AMD APUs are supported. VIA processors starting with the C7 generation of CPUs include all derivatives based on the C7 architecture. All nano-based processors are also supported.

Temperature readings are extremely accurate because data is collected directly from a digital thermal sensor (or DTS) at each separate processing center*, near the hottest part of the sensor. It is digital in the sense that it does not rely on the motherboard's external circuits to report temperature, and its value is stored in a processor-specific register so that software can access and read it. This eliminates any malfunctions that may be caused by the motherboard's external circuits and sensors. Dozer Basics) Fixes: Old Windows versions crashing New: AMD Zen 3 and Zen 2 APU support New: New Intel Rocket Lake support New: Alder Lake Basic Support New: Meteor Lake support fixed: “Unsupported CPU” message when HT was enabled for some Cores only Troubleshooting: 3rd Gen Epyc Rome/Threadripper Platform Selection: Gemini Lake platform detection fixed: Whiskey Lake code fix: Incorrect VID reporting on some Celeron/Pentium processors Fixed: Intel Banias CPU crashes ( Pentium / Celeron M) Fixes: Multiple turbo detection in Nehalem / Westmere Fixes: DPI response bug fixes Fix: VID report on some AMD Athlon64 processors Changes: Improved information accuracy on unsupported Intel CPUs

Notes from previous release: < /p> New: Intel 1 Generation 0 (Cannon / Ice / Comet Lake) CPU support New: Gradient reading package for new AMD Zen-based CPUs: Very basic support for Intel Tigerlake New: Initial support for New AMD Renoir: New AMD Picasso discovery: Intel Lakefield troubleshooting: System shuts down over time Remove ATI SMBus on AIDA64 Fix: display crashes when changing DPI Display fix: crashes when opening settings dialog Fix: Main window size when changing DPI Display not changed Fix: Excessive CPU usage on unsupported Intel CPUs Change: Expand existing information about unsupported Intel CPUs Change: Improved step detection on Intel supported CPUs: Frequency detection changed Changed for Nahelem / Westmere to be compatible with the latest Intel processors. MSI Center replaces Dragon Center and reduces puffiness

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