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HWiNFO support of vintage hardware

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Reply 601 of 613, by Mumak

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vorob wrote on 2022-05-18, 18:48:

Here you go. Thanks.

Thanks. I verified the GPU clock calculation and it should be correct. Have you looked in sensors and under GPU load how/if the clock reported changes?

Reply 602 of 613, by vorob

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Sorry, you were right. The clock is dynamically changing according to gpu load. I didn’t check it before request here and though that it is stuck low. Honestly, I didn’t expect such old gpu to have variable clock rate.

Reply 604 of 613, by Mumak

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K4sum1 wrote on 2022-06-16, 13:07:

Not sure if I can help, but I'm not even sure if I want to. I don't like the 7.0 changes and use 6.42.

HWiNFO32 remains full free, those changes affect mostly HWiNFO64.

Reply 605 of 613, by K4sum1

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I only have personal reasons to use it, but I don't like the removal of "commerical" features to put behind a paywall. Also I think the UI was a bit different for the sensors, but I'm not sure if I'm remembering correctly.

Reply 606 of 613, by dr.zeissler

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where can I get HWINFO32 vintage for win95 ?

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Reply 607 of 613, by debs3759

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dr.zeissler wrote on 2022-09-08, 19:04:

where can I get HWINFO32 vintage for win95 ?

I believe the standard Win32/Win64 installer will install and run the Win32 version on 95

See my graphics card database at www.gpuzoo.com
Constantly being worked on. Feel free to message me with any corrections or details of cards you would like me to research and add.

Reply 609 of 613, by red-ray

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13 KW is clearly incorrect and reporting a 16-bit integer value to 3 decimal places triggered ROFL!

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Reply 610 of 613, by Mumak

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red-ray wrote on 2022-09-23, 01:40:
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13 KW is clearly incorrect and reporting a 16-bit integer value to 3 decimal places triggered ROFL!

Thanks. I assumed this is reported in Watts as it's not documented. Should that be perhaps in mW ?

Reply 611 of 613, by red-ray

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Mumak wrote on 2022-09-23, 07:12:

Should that be perhaps in mW ?

No, when valid it's in Watts and given it's a 16-bit integer value mW is not a sensible guess as this would limit the value to 32 or maybe 65 Watts. Maybe with this you can figure it out.

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I also noted:

  1. The Power is missing for Fans and Pumps
  2. The temperatures should by default be reported to two decimal places as they are valid to two decimal places. Epically so as powers are reported to three and none are valid.
  3. When a fan or pump is on-line then all of the Voltage + Current + Power + Speed should be reported even when they are zero .
  4. There are no Totals for the Current and Power.
  5. Power 2 and Power 4 should be reported as they are on-line even though zero.
  6. Four flow sensors are on-line and should be reported even though zero.
  7. Virt Temp 4 is a Delta temperature so 35.4 °F is incorrect.
  8. RPM Out is not reported.
  9. The two voltages + one current and power are not reported for my Farbwerk 360, further none of 16 software sensors are reported.

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Reply 613 of 613, by red-ray

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Mumak wrote on 2022-09-23, 15:40:

OK, but the main point is not answered - how does one know if a given powerConsumption value is valid or not?

That is a question you should ask Aqua Computer as I don't have the datasheet and even if I did it would be NDA.