Here is the HWMonitor and HWMonitor Pro official forum.
Version 1.01 - 08/06/2008
- 1st release
32-bit : http://www.cpuid.com/download/HWMonitorPro_101.zip
MD5 (hwmonitorpro.exe) : 4681E908722C59E474B79A6FE3957983
64-bit : http://www.cpuid.com/download/HWMonitorPro64_101.zip
MD5 (hwmonitorpro.exe) : 0ECAF62E19B32F75A316C335455E184C
Version 1.11 - 09/08/2008
- Improved support of NVIDIA ESA.
- Support of new sensor ICs.
- New ini file for parameters customization.
The already existing posts can be found here :
Q1: Does the Pro version of Hardware Monitor report more monitoring information than the classic and free version ?
A: No, the two programs have the exact same monitoring capabilities.
Q2: Hardware Monitor Pro reports inconsistent monitoring values. What can I do ?
A: Please save a dump as a txt file (menu File, then Save), then send it to that e-mail address : hwmonitorcpuid.com.
Q3: I've downloaded the latest version of Hardware Monitor Pro, but the programs tells me that the update...
Hi! Hwmonitor doesn't show ANY voltage or fan speed readings on my system. Is there any way I can fix this? Here is a screenshot of how it looks:
I'm also attaching hwmonitor save file and CPU-Z system info dump.
Edit: forgot to mention - I'm using version 1.15
I am new to CPUID Hardware Monitor Pro so forgive me if this is a stupid question.
I am trying to monitor several computers (which are placed outside my own network) by using CPUID Hardware Monitor Pro. Somehow I get "Connection failed" when connecting to any of these computers.
On the computers I installed CPUID Hardware Monitor Pro and set it to listening mode. I allowed it to pass through the windows firewall.
On my computer I installed CPUID Hardware Monitor Pro...
When I start HWMonitor my CPUTIN is 33C higher than the actual temperature. How can I get this to show the correct value. I have tried reinstalling, but I get the same results.
MB ASRock M3a770DE
CPU: Phenom II X4 B55 (unlocked athlon II X3 455)
GPU Radeon 6770
Mem 4GB Kingston HyperX DDR3 1600Mhz
What is TMPIN2? My Hardware monitor shows 80 degrees at this?! Don't like this high value.
As you can see, the CPU is not showing at all. I have an Intel Pentium 4 @2.66GHz. Do you have any idea why?
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When I first run HW monitor I can see the 4 cores. But it seems disappeared now even after I get the latest 1.14 pro version. Help.
The core temp works as before.
I have a home network with two PCs and a server. I am concerned about the server's temps and wish to monitor it from both PCs. Is one license enough for this setup? Thanks
Hi, I sent you an email last week but thought I'd post here just in case.
I have a Dell XPS M1730 gaming laptop with 2 NVidia 8800M GTXs in SLi and am wondering if HW Monitor Pro would be able to alter the fan speeds on the GPUs.
I've included a dump if that helps...
CPUID Hardware Monitor 188.8.131.52
I've spent hours tonight sifting through Google to find some information about this program that I paid money for.
I cannot find a manual online which explains the switches in the HWMonitorPro.ini file, nor can i find how to Auto-minimise this software via a switch, and also how to auto log.
I tried obvious things like:
Is it possible to make HWMmonitorPro run and log automatically at system boot?
I don't see a line in the ini file they will start logging upon monitor startup, nor have I been so far able to schedule the monitor to run at system start though I'm competent at task schedule manipulation.
Can you let me know what is and is not possible? Thanks for your help - ed
I think about buying HWMonitor Pro.
But I wonder, if there is a way to start the programm having all former connections reconnected automaticly.
Also, if a listening computer is comming up, the connection should be established automaticly, so all the running systems are shown on the viewing-computer without an user input and could be recorded...
Excuse me, Help my HWMonitor Doesn't show any Fan Speed or Temp from my Laptop, and i want ask if i gaming the core temp is 70 , is that normal? or weird?
When I connect to my server computer via remote desktop HWMonitor stops displaying my GPU temperature (it doesn't even show my graphics card anymore). When I access the computer locally it displays it fine. How can I get around this?
I am using Windows 7 professional on both computers.
I have a machine that I'm monitoring that has an ASUS M2N32-SLI Deluxe MB. The Mainboard has three temps: TMPIN0, TMPIN1, TMPIN2.
What do these temps correspond to?
How can you tell what is TZ5_ ?
I don't know what is the point to release new version of HWMonitor and CPU-Z with incorrect values for Gigabyte Z68X.....:huh:
As you are respected developer of this very useful applications,please do some adjustment!
Could anyone please explain me how is calculated the ACPI temperature (THRM) in HWMonitir Pro? I tried to google that, but still no luck, I didnt find a simple and straight answer. And I found literally anything from that it is only reading a sensor near northbridge?! - to methaphysical explanations that ACPI is only a fictional term so the temperature is a product of some strange formulas... Often, the answer was overdetailed tehnical theory that is hardly understandable even for IT...
Motherboard : MSI P67A-GD55 (chipset P67)
Error : +12V showing +8.46V
UEFI and MSI control center both report correct +12V.
CPUID SMBus Report
HWmonitor is reading the +3.3v at 0.22v on my ASUS M4A89GTD PRO/USB3, this is obviously not right. Everest and AMD Overdrive both read it accuratly @ 3.360v
Is this a know bug? Anyone get the same behavior?
I was wondering if it was possible to include the temperature monitoring of drives connected to a raid controller (ie LSI, Adaptec,...) in future versions of HWmonitor? A must should be to also add the temperature of the controller (I thing some of them have a temperature sensor)
I currently have the trial version of Hardware Monitor Pro installed on SBS 2008. It is possible to setup or add Hardware Monitor Pro as a system server so I can remote monitor the system without logging into the server? I tried setting up a task to tell Hardware Monitor Pro to run at system startup, but that did not seem to work.
This program would be perfect if it had the feature of making it start with Windows minimized to tray.
I realize that you can add this to the "Startup" folder, but there is no way to make it start minimized to tray; only minimized. I don't really like going through the effort of clicking "View" -> "Minimize to tray" every time I reboot. It's a little silly.
I love this program and have considered purchasing it, but this is the only reason that I haven't. Please put this simple fix in...
I use HW Monitor to monitor the temperature status of my WHS.
Please can you
1. have an option to start minimised to tray rather than screen
2. is it possibleto re connecet named connections at startup. When I start my PC I would like HW Monitor to automatically connect to the server, extract the system temperature and minimise to tray. I don't use HW Monitor to display my PC temperature (Speed Fan does this in a gadget)
But the free version does. ACPI temp. is also missing in the pro version for me. Why is this happening? Are these bugs in the pro version? I am running windows 7 64 bit. I am also using the HW Monitor Pro 64 bit stand alone. I also would like to note I made sure to use run as a admin. Here are some screen shots of the issue. Also using the latest official versions from the cpuid website.
Hi all, here a srcreen to see the difference between
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So, as you can see, Hwinfo32 is really better with my configuration...
+12V, and also +5 => very important for me
many more usefull information for GPU on Hwinfo32
I have HWM Pro 1.08.0
I go into HWM and change the descriptions, as an example I press "F2" change "CPUFANIN0" to "CPU Push" and press "Enter" and the description has changed. I do this to over half the descritions, I change them to something that means something to me. I close HWM, reopen HWM and the changes are there, but after a day or a few days the descriptions revert back to the original HWM description, so what was "CPU Push" now all of a sudden is back to "CPUFANIN0".
I've got a Gigabyte 8I848PM motherboard and the BIOS reports:
+12v - 11.686v
whereas HWMonitor reports:
+12v - 4.86v
all the other voltages are about the same. HWMonitor identifies my chip as a Winbond W83627THF.
I'm running Windows 7 x86 benchmark tests on 4 Q57 based systems with i5 670 CPU and have HWMONITOR opened to monitor temperatures. Motherboards are Intel DQ57TM and ASUS P7Q57-M DO.
During PCMARK VANTAGE tests running for 4 1/2 hours with HWMONITOR started all 4 systems will everntually cause a blue screen error.
If I run the same tests without HWMONITOR started, there is no blue screen error. I've tried this multiple times with the same results.
I never had such problems on Q35...
I just installed Windows 7 Ultimate on my new computer and, I can not get either HWMonitor, or Core Temp to give me any Temp readings on my CPU!
They both load up fine, HWMonitor accurately reads all my other Hard Ware...
But it just says.. Zero, for my CPU.
Any idea's why?
Use this control to limit the display of threads to those newer than the specified time frame.
Allows you to choose the data by which the thread list will be sorted.
Order threads in...
Note: when sorting by date, 'descending order' will show the newest results first.