2009 Mon 5th Oct UPDATE: System Monitor 3.1 - renamed and rescheduled

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The System Monitor update (formerly known as System Monitor 3.1) has been renamed into System Monitor 3.5. Why? Because of nearly the whole gadget logic behind the scenes has been replaced. The new version doesn't have a lot in common with v3.0. But I think nobody will be bothered by this. Then I have two more news, a good and a bad one. Let's start with the bad news: The update has been rescheduled. Actually the update should be published in the middle of September (I know, it's already October), now I have sometime between mid and end of October in focus. Sorry, but as I already said, the whole logic has been changed into multithreading technology to improve the gadget's peformance. At the beginning, the gadget crashed every few seconds, I want to be sure, that all problems has been resolved before release v3.5. Now you might ask yourself, what the good news could be... I already announced support for Intel CPU and nVidia GPU temperature. In v3.5 the "Temperatures" box will be renamed into "Sensors" and show all system temperatures, voltages and fan speeds! Don't believe me?

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2009 Sat 1st Aug support for Intel CPU temperatures

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At the moment, I test a method to read the temperature of all newer Intel CPUs (Core?, Core2, Core i7, Atom). If these tests will succeed, then I'll add Intel CPU temperature in a future update.

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2009 Mon 27th Jul support for nVidia GPU temperature

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Today I found a way to support nVidia GPU tempeatures. This method should work on all Geforce 6,7,8,9,100 and 200 series, I'll start further tests to check compatibility within the next days. If you have one of the mentioned graphics adapter and want to check whether it will work on your device (or not), please contact me. If these tests will succeed, then I'll add nVidia GPU temperature in a future update.

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