SpeedFan 4.13

@ 2004/06/17
SpeedFan is a freeware program that monitors fan speeds and temperatures in computers with a known monitoring chip. Its main feature is that it can control the speed of the fans according to the temperatures inside your pc, thus reducing noise and power consumption.

What's New?


it looks like under extreme circumstances, SpeedFan could hurt the monitor connected to an nVidia Video Card. This happened only while doing a SEND REPORT. For this reason, version 4.13 was written. Version 4.13 greatly improves nVidia Video Card support, makes sure that some, possibly offending, checks are no longer done and COMPLETELY REMOVES NVIDIA VIDEO CARD support in SEND REPORT. You can safely use the SEND REPORT facility from version 4.13 on. This is the first serious, yet very rare to happen, issue ever reported for SpeedFan.


SEND REPORT no longer scans nVidia Video Cards
enabled NVIDIA video cards support after resume
added support for WORD READs to nVidia I2C, thus detecting available LM75 sensors on that BUS
added support for GeForce Ti 4400
a bug tracking system is available at http://www.bugtrack.almico.com
added detection for LPC47M172
handled the inverse logic for PWM in LPC47M192
less debug messages are issued when problems are detected accessing the SMBus
made the LM75, AD7416, AD7417 temperature reading compatible with the higher resolution of the DS75
no longer probed for DDC monitors
removed WINBOND CLOCKS checking
GL525SM check is now done only at $2D

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