NEW CORETEMP 0.96

LOUISSSSS

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just installed and working well for me

http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/

Version 0.96 - 31st December, 2007

- Add: System tray icons configuration.
- Add: Support for Intel's latest CPUs.
- Add: ClearType font support.
- Add: Time\Date column to the log file.
- Add: Always on top option.

- Fix: Core Temp does not proprerly display temperature and CPU select fields.
- Fix: Log file layout.
- Fix: Hide\Show does not properly Minimize\Restore window.
- Fix: Core code names aren't properly detected. (Intel)
- Fix: Incorrect\Missing CPU rating when not using stock\maximum multiplier. (Intel)
- Fix: Wrong CPU clock is reported when using EIST\non-maximum multiplier. (Intel)
- Fix: Wrong detection of Merom based CPUs.
- Fix: Single core Athlon 64s and Semprons reading -49C constantly. (Rare)
- Fix: C2D M0 rev. report very low temperatures. (Tjmax to 100C)
- Fix: Layout and display of tool tip text in the system tray. (Now shows a core per line)

- Change: Log the start and end of a session even if logging is disabled.
- Change: Settings and Systray settings windows appear in center of main window.
- Change: Rename "Tjunction" field to "Tj. Max" to make things clearer.
 

LOUISSSSS

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Originally posted by: j0j081
does it work in Vista 64 yet?

dont think so, but i heard theres a way to make it work with changing some file.. dunno vista sucks so yea..

glad i went back to XP no need to worry about program computability!
 

MadScientist

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This Core Temp 0.95.4 hack for Vista 64 works. Link. I haven't checked it with the new version yet.
With this hack you have to run a .bat file and then Core Temp.exe every time you start CoreTemp. I modified the .bat file so it it runs Core Temp.
First create a folder, i.e., CoreTemp, then unzip the 4 files in the hack to this folder. Right click on the coretemp-startup.bat file and edit.
Atsiv -u ALSysIO64.sys
Atsiv -f ALSysIO64.sys

Add a start command that will load Core Temp. Change the path to where Core Temp.exe is located. My file looks like this:

Atsiv -u ALSysIO64.sys
Atsiv -f ALSysIO64.sys
start "CoreTemp" "C:\CoreTemp\Core Temp.exe"

Save the file and create a shortcut to the .bat file on your desktop.

 

TraumaRN

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Originally posted by: LOUISSSSS
Originally posted by: j0j081
does it work in Vista 64 yet?

dont think so, but i heard theres a way to make it work with changing some file.. dunno vista sucks so yea..

glad i went back to XP no need to worry about program computability!

Righhhhhttttt..... Vista has been out a year.

Suckage on the programmers for failing to create a compatible program.

Notice how easy the 'hack' is? How hard would it be to implement that into the next CoreTemp release.

Not very.

Anyways using the hack to run the new .96 Coretemp on my Vista 64 system
 

Avalon

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Slightly OT, but what do the batch commands Atsiv -u ALSysIO64.sys
& Atsiv -f ALSysIO64.sys do specifically? I understand it's changing two properties of a system file, but that's about it...I'd like to give Coretemp another shot.
 

nyker96

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core temp always crashes in my xp sp2. not sure why, maybe firewall conflict? I used zonealarm.
 
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Originally posted by: nyker96
core temp always crashes in my xp sp2. not sure why, maybe firewall conflict? I used zonealarm.

Same here. Not always. And it's not immediate. Both the beta, and the new version. I still use it now and again to double check other temps readings in other programs I run.

Let me suggest HWMonitor instead. Virtually no overhead, very stable, and it monitors CPU temp, motherboard temp, CPU cores, hard drives.

Regards,
 

dlpdx

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nyker96:

I had the same problem of CoreTemp crashing on my XP sp2 system until I read about this "fix" at another website.

Go to options->Settings and uncheck "Enable logging"

This worked for me. The conjecture was that his antivirus program (Kaspersky in my case) was accessing the log file and causing the crash.

Give it a try.
 

Avalon

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So no one can answer what you're doing to your system file when you run the coretemp batch file?