Version 0.9.3 of Open Hardware Monitor has been released. With this open source program the hardware in a computer can be monitored. Support is available for a large number of monitoring chips found in motherboards, processors, video cards and hard drives. The download is only 502KB in size and, remarkably, it can be used on Windows and Linux machines. Mono is required for use on Linux, on Windows the program depends on .Net. The changelog since version 0.9.1 looks like this:
Changes in version 0.9.3:
- Added support for multiple processor groups on Windows to display all cores of CPUs like the AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X.
- Added fan control support for ITE IT8721F, IT8665E, IT8686E, IT8688E and IT879XE chips.
- Added support for persisting and restoring the expanded state of the UI tree view.
- Improved AMD GPU support.
- Improved the AMD CPU and GPU labels.
Changes in version 0.9.2:
- Added support for ADL (AMD Display Library) Overdrive8 GPU sensors (AMD Navi GPUs).
- Added support for Intel CPUs with Comet Lake (06_A6H) microarchitecture.
- Fixed an issue with the detection of ITE IT8655E, IT8665E and IT8686E super I/O chips.
- Additional minor bug fixes.
|Operating systems||Windows 7, Linux, Windows Vista, Windows 8, Windows 10|
|Website||Open Hardware Monitor|