|24 Jul 2010||#1|
Speedfan 4.41 Released
July 24, 2010
Speedfan 4.41 is available. Changelog below.
-added full support for Intel 5 Series/3400 Series SMBus
-added full support for Intel QST 2.x
-added full support for fan control for Intel QST
-added full support for Fintek F71889F
-added full support for Fintek F71889ED
-added full support for SB8x0 SMBus
-added full support for Nuvoton W83677HG-I
-added full support for Nuvoton W83667HG-B
-added SB7xx/8xx PM2 fan speed readings and fan control
-added full support for MCP98242
-added full support for CAT34TS02
-added support for ITE IT8721F
-added support for USB hard disk enclosures with Cypress chipset
-added W83791D advanced settings for PWM MODEs
-improved ADT7490 PWM MODE advanced settings
-added ADVANCED options for Fintek F75387 PWM MODEs
-fixed Fintek F75387F PWM setting
-enabled SMBus on Intel ICH9-M, if needed
-added detection of LIS331DL
-added Intel QST 2.x advanced option to revert back to AUTO fan control
-upon resume from suspend only those fans that are automatically variated are initially set to 100%
-identified more CPUs
-Intel Atom Series 300 Tjmax set to 90C
-HECI support works only on Windows 2000 and later
-AMCC/3ware support works only on Windows 2000 and later
-added more names for SMART attributes
-added a new option to CONFIGURE / OPTIONS to disable SMART Summary Error Log on program start (this can dramatically improve SpeedFan startup time)
-the UI is now updated whenever new SMART data is read from the selected hard disk
-now, in CONFIGURE / EVENTS, when you press UPDATE to change some event, the editing fields are automatically cleared and the OK button is automatically enabled
-restored access to SMART attributes on AdvSmart, Areca and AMCC/3ware connected drives in Event configuration window
-events can now react to FITNESS and PERFORMANCE values of SMART hard disks
-added NOADVSMARTSCAN command line switch
-the first line of the email sent by an EVENT now has been changed to include the Machine Name
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