We all know that AMD will be releasing their new 7nm Zen2 based Ryzen 3000 CPUs at Computex in June, and there’s also a very good chance of the Radeon Navi GPUs getting a release window at the very least. Now, HWiNFO in an update given a nod to these claims in its latest update by adding “Improved AMD Zen2 support” and “Preliminary support of AMD Navi to the hardware monitoring tool.
Version 6.04 of HWiNFO has indicated the imminent release of AMD’s 7nm chips, with the freeware acknowledging both the Ryzen 3000 CPUs (or Zen2) as well as the Navi GPUs. This means that it’s pretty much fixed that the former will be launched this June while the latter should see a release sometime later this year. The update also included a bunch of other fixes and additions. You can check them out below:
Latest v6.04 Released on Apr-03-2019:
- Full AMD Radeon VII monitoring support.
- Added Intel Cooper Lake and Snow Ridge.
- Improved configuration of tray icons.
- Improved support of multiple devices behind Intel VROC.
- Added monitoring of Corsair Platinum series (H100i, H115i) coolers.
- Improved AMD Zen2 support.
- Added reporting of TDC and EDC limits for AMD Zen CPUs.
- Improved detection of serial ports.
- Fixed reporting on system temperature on some MSI mainboards.
- Fixed occasional 0 RPM fan values on some systems with ITE SIOs.
- Added preliminary support of Intel Emmitsburg.
- Added preliminary support of AMD Navi.
- Added reporting of DIMM temperatures via IMC on Sandy Bridge and later server CPUs.
- Added several new CPU and GPU models.
- Minor improvements to UI and bug fixes.