Today we would like to present you another handy piece of software called Thaiphoon Viewer. It is a small and reliable GUI free utility designed for creating HTML reports on SPD of memory modules. Thaiphoon Viewer 1.0 is based on oncoming Thaiphoon Burner 4.2 core engine which brings you full native support for an old SDRAM standard and a new enhanced patter for DDR reports. As to SPD data decoding, Thaiphoon Viewer 1.0 is as powerful as Thaiphoon Burner 4. It supports a huge number of ATI, Intel, VIA, SiS and nVidia chip sets. The utility is very simple to use. Just lunch it and you will get a report for every detected EEPROM slave device, connected to SM Bus. No any tool will provide you such a simplicity and functionality for free! There is no such tool like Thaiphoon Viewer. It is unique! Grab it now!

The final version of Thaiphoon Burner 4.1 has been released! The new version compared to the previous final one features a new advanced SMBus engine to work with SMBus controller of all Intel ICHx I/O controller hubs. We created this engine to be universal. Therefore, it is compatible with VIA VT82xx southbridges and with all ATI IXP peripheral controllers, such as SB700, SB600, SB460, SB450 and other old ATI southbridges. Besides, Thaiphoon Burner 4.1 creates a new enhanced HTML report for SPD DDR2 SDRAM, which provides more detailed information specific for DDR2 SDRAM standard. According to the latest documentation for SPD revision 1.2 Thaiphoon Burner now reports about all thermal parameters of SDRAM components used for the memory module. The most useful parameter from them is TCaseMax which represent the maximum case temperature of SDRAM components. Check your TCaseMax with Thaiphoon Burner 4.1!

The final version of Thaiphoon Burner 4.0 has been released!

Today we would like to present you the public prerelease version of Thaiphoon Burner 4.0! It is the ultimate and outstanding solution for viewing, editing and enhancing SPD firmware. Combining a reliability, flexibility and simplicity, Thaiphoon Burner is the best choice for companies that specializes on RAM production. Thaiphoon Burner 4.0 brings support for two new memory innovations, such as the JEDEC DDR3 SDRAM standard and Intel Extreme Memory Profiles. Now Thaiphoon Burner is capable of decoding SPD data according to the DDR3 SPD3 specification to create detailed reports. Additionally, the fourth version features a new applet similar to the well-known EPP Enhancer. It is Intel XMP Enhancer, a thought-out conception of the editor, designed to work with XMP profiles. Using the XMP Enhancer you can create your own XMP profiles for your DDR3 RAM sticks for less than minute! Take advantages of the latest Thaiphoon Burner 4.0!

The updated version of the Central Brain Identifier 8.36 has been released. Despite the project was officially closed, we considered necessary to support two new AMD NPT processor families. So, the latest CBId brings support for the AMD Athlon Processor LE based on Revision DH-F3 with model numbers of 1600 and 1620. Also, CBId identifies the new dual-core AMD Athlon X2 LS-5xx0 processor family based on Revision BH-G2.

Today we confirm the Central Brain Identifier project is at its final stage of developing. This means CBId utility will no longer be developed and will not support the latest AMD Family 10h processors. CBId has almost accomplished his mission and soon it will be just a history. Why the Central Brain Identifier is closing read in the Russian news blog. Nonetheless, the latest CBId 8.36 Release 3 includes some new key features. So, now it’s possible to select two additional HT-multipliers for the HyperTransport Bus. They are 1.5 (300 MHz) and 2.5 (500 MHz). Also, CBId is capable of rising the RAM frequency up to 216 MHz, 233 MHz and 250 MHz by using three new CPU/RAM divisors. The last feature is specific for the DDR SDRAM type of the memory only. Enjoy!

The updated version of Central Brain Identifier 8.36 has been released! As you probably know we position it not only as the best identification application for AMD processors, but also as a tool that offers a set of unique tweaks specific for them. So, the new version is now capable of determining of the TDP parameter for any desktop and mobile AMD64 NPT Family processor. We do not need to update an external TDP database further, the DTP is now extracted from the processor directly! Besides, CBId now computes a current thermal power dissipating by the NPT Family processor using an official formula based on recommendations from AMD. The 64-bit kernel driver has an improvement that enables you to manipulate with feature-bits of the processor in 64-bit Windows. Also, CBId now completely identifies the AMD Athlon 64 X2 125W class processor. Please, check our screenshot gallery to see screenshots for ADX6000IAA6CZ processor. More news read in the RUSBLOG section.

Central Brain Identifier 8.36 R1 has been released! Reed more news in the Russian blog.

The final version of Central Brain Identifier 8.35 has been announced! In the current release we have completely supported three dual-core AMD Athlon X2 BE processors with model numbers of 2300, 2350 and 2400 of revision BH-G1. The latest AMD Sempron LE processor family has been supported as well. Among recognized processors of this family there are five chips of revision DH-G1 and DH-G2 with model numbers of 1100, 1150, 1200, 1250 and 1300. Besides, the latest CBId can recognize the AMD Athlon 64 X2 processor TK family related to the mobile platform class and the first chip of that family AMD Athlon 64 X2 processor TK-53. Reed more news in the Russian blog >

An updated version of NextSensor 2.72 has been released. This hot update is relevant for supported Winbond super I/O chips and eliminates an omission in automatic fan tachometer divisor control for the third fan known as a power fan. Also, the power fan speed is now reported by NextSensor, when used the Winbond W83627HF chip. Finally, we would like to inform you the BenchmarkHQ is now our first trusted partner and got an award logo of the NextSensor Project - check out the About tab!

During a couple of weeks we were working at the new version of NextSensor. And today we would like to present you the final result of our intensive activity. It is NextSensor 2.72! The most significant improvement of the new version is an automatic tweaking for the Fan Tachometer Divisor. This enables NextSensor to measure a fan speed with a high precision when using the ITE IT8716F and IT8718F Super I/O chips. The latest NextSensor now provides an ability to report a GPU temperature through the forth icon in the Tray Bar. Also, there are three new completely tested automatic profiles designed for the Gigabyte GA-M55plus-S3G, Biostar TForce 7050-M2 and Biostar TF560 A2+ motherboards. The WebReport engine has been improved and optimized in accordance with a new color scheme of the latest NextSensor’s GUI. Minor bug fixes in the graphic design of NextSensor were made as well. More news read at Have fun with NS!

Please note that some small numerous anti-virus packages, e.g. AVG Antivirus, can falsely indicate a problem around NextSensor of all versions. We inform you that our software is 100% clean and doesn’t contain any destructive code! We suggest you to free from such extremely "intelligent" antiviruses and to use anti-virus software of well-known companies only, for example from Doctor Web Co.Ltd.

The new version of NextSesnor 2.71 brings support for the latest Winbond W83627DHG super I/O chip. An additional profile for that Winbond chip provides excellent support for such ASUS P5 Intel series motherboard as P5B, P5K and P5W. Now, using NextSensor you can watch all nine voltage inputs while a classic voltage set in BIOS is limited with four only! Besides, NextSensor version 2.71 features a tested profile for the DFI Infinity P965-S Dark board. It’s the most complete profile and no any tool will provide you such a brilliant compatibility! NextSesnor is the best and still freeware! More info see at Enjoy!

The final version of Thaiphoon Burner 3.20 has been updated to version This new release brings support for the Intel ICH9 SMBus controller.

NextSensor 2.70 has been released. The new version features a new modern graphic user interface created in black hues. Now NextSensor is capable of monitoring a GPU temperature for the nVidia GeForce graphic processor. There are numerous optimizations in the latest version as well.

The updated version of NextSensor 2.60 has been uploaded to the download area. Now Thermal Alarm, Remote Monitor and XP-Fan functions are accessible through the popup context menu of NextSensor’s system tray icons. This significantly simplifies access to the three main control tabs of the program. Have fun!

Central Brain Identifier 8.30 R1 has been released! The latest version brings identification for many new AMD64 NPT family processors, such as Athlon 64 X2 76W processor – ADI5200IAA5DD, Athlon X2 45W processor, Sempron 45W Sparta code-named processor, Sempron 35W processor. Besides, the new CBId has a significant improvement as to recognition of Sempron 62W and 35W processors revision F. The following AMD64 processors are recognized as well: ADD34000IAA5CU, ADD4200IAA5CU, ADA3000IAA4CW, ADA3200IAA4CW, ADA3800IAA4CW, ADA4000IAA4CW, SDA3200IAA3CW, ADA6000IAA6CZ.

NextSensor 2.60 R1 has been released! The latest version gives a user the capability to control a CPU fan speed through Winbond super I/O chips. The fan speed control method in NextSensor is called by Express-FAN and is based on Winbond’s SmartFAN III technique. The XP-FAN works in automatic mode and controls the CPU fan speed depending on CPU temperature. You can adjust all the parameters of the XP-FAN, such as target temperature, temperature tolerance, etc to keep a CPU fan in a quiet mode. Despite the Express-FAN is completely optimized to Winbond W83627EHF chip, it is compatible with W83627THF chip model too. Besides, as you remember, the main lack of previous version was inability to measure the fan speed in some case by using ITE chip. Now NextSensor 2.60 is capable of adjusting fan speed divisors in order to report the correct fun speed by using both ITE and Winbond I/O chips. This is achieved due to our absolutely new well-tested calculations.

The new version of NextSensor 2.54 has been released. New models of hard drives from Hitachi, Maxtor, Western Digital and Seagate have been supported. Now you can use a float hint of the HDD temperature icon in the Tray Bar to check a model and a family of your new hard disk drive. Also, we have added a media type check for the storage device in order to prevent a false HDD icon creation. There has been a minor improvement for the automatic profile selection if the ITE IT8718F chip has been detected. Have fun!

Thaiphoon Burner 3.20 Final

The final version of Thaiphoon Burner 3.20 has been released! We are very proud of our project indeed. It is ideal software offering the unique features and benefits that people have come to expect. There is no tool similar to Thaiphoon Burner that could combine a powerful functionality with simplicity. So, the final release features two new significant additions known for previous versions as Timing Table Editor and Profile Enhancer. The first applet lets to edit the timing table of the RAM stick rapidly. It is designed for beginners, who need to change RAM timings without the use of any technical documents. The main task of the second applet is to transform an ordinary DDR2 RAM stick into EPP-compliant. The Profile Enhancer gives you the greatest opportunity to enhance your ordinary memory modules with nVidia EPP profiles! Besides, you can add, remove and edit EPP profiles without any obstacles! The final version of Thaiphoon Burner recognizes 130 new manufacturer’s identification codes. The total number of ID codes is 765! Enjoy!

A new version of Central Brain Identifier 8.21 has been released. Taking into consideration the oncoming announce of the new generation of AMD64 family processors, we have made some minor improvements in our software. So, now CBId is capable of reporting a support for the new SSE4A instructions by new AMD64 processors. Besides, it is possible to determine whether the AMD64 processor supports a new feature known as Hardware Performance State Control. It is the next generation method to control a CPU clock frequency and core voltage that simplifies entering the processor the low power states. Also, the new CBId calculates the real-time CPU clock frequency in Windows XP x64 despite P-State transitions and different time stamp counter (TSC) corrections in that OS. Enjoy!

NextSensor 2.53 RC5 has been got a build number of 0318. The full DFI LanParty UT ICFX3200 T2R/G profile has been added. Also, check out the Released Notes file enclosed to the archive for new supported profiles.

NextSensor 2.53 RC5 has been released! The following Super I/O LPC chips have been supported: Fintek F71882F/83F, Fintek F71862F, Epox EP1308 and ITE IT8726F-S. The new version features an advanced configuration profile for the Epox EP-MF570SLI motherboard. Have fun!

Released NextSensor award wining temperature, voltage and fun speed monitoring tool! The new version provides significantly improved monitoring method while being placed in the system tray. Now NextSensor reduces input/output subsystem calls up to 90% and uses processor time much effectively. Also, NextSensor has been tested on some of ASUS motherboards (see release notes). A minor improvement in Web Report code has been added.

Central Brain Identifier is ready to be used! The new version brings support mainly for 23 AMD NPT Family F processors based on new silicon revision F3. Here you can find the full list of new recognized OPN numbers by CBId. Also, we have added identification of AMD Opteron processors with the following OPN numbers: OSX1220IAA6CS, OSA290FAA6CB, OSA890FAA6CC.

Coretemeter 1.0 beta 4 has been released! Both for single and dual core AMD64 processors there is a new feature that allows Coretemeter to construct a temperature graph using the readings of external hardware monitor also known as Super I/O chip. This logical addition easily transforms Coretemeter into the simple and handy temperature comparator. Now you can examine how far the reading of hardware monitor differ from the readings of processor’s on-die thermal diode. Currently, Coretemeter work with all LPC chips supported in NextSensor. Besides, Cortemeter can save snapshots of each complete time scene. Enjoy!

Today we would like to present you our new piece of software. It is Coretemeter. The following is a brief description for it. Coretemeter is a small and handy tool designed to construct the graph of the core temperature of the AMD64 processors using the readings of on-die CPU thermal sensor. The utility supports drawing the core temperature for each core of a dual-core processor. There is an option to set a rate of reading the temperature. You can select 1, 2 or 6 times per second for the rate. Besides, Coretemeter calculates an average value of the temperature for each time period of monitoring. Also, you can define a priority of reading the temperature. During stress load on the CPU this allocates more time to the utility to construct the graph. The utility is very simple to use.

Central Brain Identifier 8.20 R9 has been released! After almost 4 years of developing we have decided to slightly improve CBId’s classic GUI, because we feel that we need something new to mark out the utility and underline an art manner of its developers. Also, we have tried to support the latest dual core AMD Athlon 64 X2 processor based on two new revisions of F3 and G1. Currently, CBId identifies 5 ADO-models of revision BH-G1 and 5 ADA-models of revision JH-F3.

Thaiphoon Burner 3.20 RC3 has been released! The latest version brings preliminary support for DDR2 SDRAM FB-DIMM specification. It is the fourth specification supported by the Thaiphoon Burner utility.

Good news, guys! Currently we are working on another new system software. It will be the “Number One” desktop overclocking tool for AMD64 processor owners! It will feature an incredibly fantastic GUI with a lot of old analogue measuring devices. The tool will take the best source code and functionality of CBId and NextSensor! Well, it will not bring you a breakthrough in overclocking, but you can easily change a CPU clock ratio, HT clock Ratio, memory clock ratio, core voltage using different old-style switches. So, we emphasis on GUI style at first.

Central Brain Identifier 8.20 R10 has been released! Currently, the new version fully identifies an AMD Athlon 64 FX processor family with model numbers of 70, 72 and 74 for the Socket Fr3 based systems. Also, we have added recognition of a desktop series of AMD Athlon 64, AMD Athlon 64 X2 è AMD Sempron processors in S1g1 package. Additionally, there is the full identification of the AMD64 processors with the following OPNs related to the Revision F2: ADA3500IAA4CW, SDA3400IAA3CW and SDA3200IAA2CW. ITE IT8718F I/O chip has been supported. So, no doubt, the latest CBId definitely needs to be downloaded!