System Information Viewer 5.28 freeware
System Information Viewer is a general Windows tool for dumping lots of useful Windows, Network and hardware info - CPU info, PCI info, USB info, Machine Info, Hardware Sensors, Networked computers, Operating System Information and more.
|OS||Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64, Windows 10, Windows 10 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||System information, Hardware information, CPU analysis, hardware, CPU, RAM|
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|5.28||Mar 14, 2018||New Release||Windows 10 RS4 Build 17115 + RS5 Build 17618 support. Enabled operation of [ACPI HAL], etc..
Added memory timing colour highlighting and on-the-fly updating for Intel SNB + IVB + HSW + BDW + SKL + KBL + CFL CPUs.
Added [MemTweak] (Menu->Edit->MemTweak) to set the defaults for highlighting and when possible change the current memory timings.
When available show Row Refresh Cycle Time (tRFC) rather than Row Cycle Time (tRC) on the initial screen.
Added reporting of AMD AGESA information. Moved Save to a sub-menu and added Save EFI.
Added -TSC-RATIO=<nn> qualifier to compensate for the TSC clock running at the incorrect speed on overclocked AMD Ryzen CPUs with some AGESA releases. If SIV reports the FSB speed as less that then 100MHz then use this qualifier to compensate for the AGESA bug. The value to use for <nn> is the reported CPU speed in MHz / 100 with typical values being 30 (Ryzen 7 1700) and 32 (Ryzen 5 1600). Once the AGESA has been fixed the reported FSB speed will be > 100 MHz
|5.25||Nov 14, 2017||New Release||Windows 10 RS4 Build 17035 support. Enabled operation of [ACPI HAL], [ACPI Buses], [ACPI Eval] and [ACPI Ports].
Use different colours for Lowest + Normal + Turbo CPU speeds + power levels and Cool + Warm + Hot for Disk Drive + DIMM + CPU/GPU Core temperatures. The default colours and trigger points can be changed using [Highlight Setup] (Menu->Tools->Configure->Highlight Setup). Added a few more colour blob colours and Red + Yellow + Green + Blue + White sub-menus for colour selection.
Improved Intel Xeon Phi (Knights Landing) + Coffee Lake GPU reporting.
Improved shell restart and autorun processing especially so on Windows 10 RS3 and later. Update the timezone when it changes.
|5.24||Oct 16, 2017||New Release||Windows 10 RS4 Build 17017 support. Enabled operation of [ACPI HAL], [ACPI Buses], [ACPI Eval] and [ACPI Ports].
Enhanced [Power Scheme] to report names rather than numbers. Added [System Timers] panel.
Added retry for failed SMART reads and updated [Disk Status] to report the Retry Count.
Added the -priority=<class> command qualifier with typical classes being normal, above and high. Allow for Windows Task Scheduler running tasks at Below Normal rather than Normal base priority by default.