Speedfan 4.3.5 Beta 17

lorenkjr1

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#1
Now available. It is a Beta so please be careful.
 


kemical

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#2
Thanks for the info' ... It looks ok and the exotics is a cool addition, lets hope the release candidate is available soon..
 


lorenkjr1

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#3
Judging by the time period between Beta 15 and Beta 17, it will likely be two or three more months before a release candidate.
 


kemical

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#4
Mind you I'm still happy to use version 4.33 and as I have said before the 4.34 version seemed a little buggy. I did mail the dev about it but no reply as of yet..
 


lorenkjr1

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#5
Well he is really busy these days. I was able to wangle out a special Speedfan Beta which covers mostly only my machine so, that I now have support for my smbus chip MCP73. It's now getting to the point that it's really operational. All I need is the motherboard config and I will be ready to go.
 


lorenkjr1

Extraordinary Member
#6
Re: Speedfan 4.3.5 Beta 21

This puppy jumped 4 more cycles since I last posted earlier today. Whats well mostly goodies for the MCP73 SMBus among other things. I may know something thats on tap for tommorow. Thats more motherboard configs including my Foxconn. Well then until Tuesday morning for the next set of reports.
 


#7
I can get it to install but I get some kinda driver error :confused:
what ever...I'm happy with mine....for now :D
 


lorenkjr1

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#8
Sorry to hear that, what kind of error do you get? The only thing left for me, is getting a motherboard config under clock and the possible correct clock there also. I guess I am not good enough to work on that one, and will have to leave that for Alfredo.
 


#9
I can't remember now but I think it was looking for a 64bit driver.
 


lorenkjr1

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#10
that sounds about right and should be fixed soon. I will let you know when.
 


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