This detailed system gives the pickiest of the details of the hardware components. System Information Viewer penetrates into CPU, motherboard, operating system, software, laptop battery, RAM, installed software, and other hardware components, identifies them and collects all their details.
This software is compatible with older versions like windows 98 and Windows 95, Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP and other recent versions.
It can easily be downloaded in a “siv.zip” format. It renders essential network and hardware information such as CPU details, PCI details, USB details SMBus details, SPD details, Machine information, Hardware Sensor information,and Operating System details to the user. It runs an information scan on the various chips like core i7, core 2, ryzen 7, intel xeon, Extreme and VIA Quad. For each such chip it gives a detailed info status including features like the storage, cache, speed and model of the chip.
System Information Viewer is very comprehensive and thorough information finder. It is portable and does not require installation. Updates are frequent and it provides a well-built summary of the operation. The result can be saved as a report.
For a Window scan, it provides Windows version, its product ID, build number and its installation date. It identifies all the installed programs. It also can perform a CPU Stress test, testing its speed and temperature of the processor. For CPU and RAM, it also looks for the memory used and unused, and the temperature. Hard drive serial number, file systems, speed temperature, overclock settings, disk mapping, motherboard location, class, are also clearly identified. Network information, such as the IP addresses and DNS details can be viewed though System Information Viewer.
It comes in a user friendly, simple interface. All the modules can be easily accessed and the information retrieved. The GUI is represented by a regular window containing information. The software also is represented on system tray icon which can be run openly or be minimized while running.
|System Information Viewer 5.31 Jun 18, 2018||
Added Windows 10 RS5 Build 17686 support. Enabled operation of [ACPI Eval], etc..
When available report the current Intel + AMD CPU microcode release date and add [Microcode] + Menu->File->Save->Save BIOS ROM.
Update AMD GPU reporting to compensate for when the AMD ATIADL API returns incorrect % GPU loads.
Resolved issue with the Intel 3.2 + 4.0 Client NVMe drivers and SMART_RCV_DRIVE_DATA.
|System Information Viewer 5.30 May 15, 2018||
Added support for the Intel B360 + H310 + H370 + other 300 series Chipsets and SMBuses. Improved Intel Skylake-X BCLK speed + Core i3-8000 memory timing + AMD EPYC support.
Windows 10 RS4 Build 17134 + RS5 Build 17666 support. Enabled operation of [ACPI Eval], etc.. Restored the disk drive ordering so that NVMe drives are before SATA/PATA drives. Improved codename detection for NVidia Quadro and Tesla Volta + Pascal + Maxwell GPUs.
Report Intel Skylake-X + Broadwell-E + AMD Pinnacle Ridge Favoured Cores. Improved [Cache Latency] level deduction, support System File Cache >= 4TB and make [Machine] width resizable.
Updated Intel E8500 to report tRFC and added on-the-fly memory timing update for E8500 + 800 + 440 series chipsets. Compensate for MSR C0010293 being absent on AMD Ryzen systems when Code Integrity is enabled.
|System Information Viewer 5.28 Mar 14, 2018||
Windows 10 RS4 Build 17115 + RS5 Build 17618 support. Enabled operation of [ACPI HAL], etc..
Added memory timing colour highlighting and on-the-fly updating for Intel SNB + IVB + HSW + BDW + SKL + KBL + CFL CPUs.
Added [MemTweak] (Menu->Edit->MemTweak) to set the defaults for highlighting and when possible change the current memory timings.
When available show Row Refresh Cycle Time (tRFC) rather than Row Cycle Time (tRC) on the initial screen.
Added reporting of AMD AGESA information. Moved Save to a sub-menu and added Save EFI.
Added -TSC-RATIO=<nn> qualifier to compensate for the TSC clock running at the incorrect speed on overclocked AMD Ryzen CPUs with some AGESA releases. If SIV reports the FSB speed as less that then 100MHz then use this qualifier to compensate for the AGESA bug. The value to use for <nn> is the reported CPU speed in MHz / 100 with typical values being 30 (Ryzen 7 1700) and 32 (Ryzen 5 1600). Once the AGESA has been fixed the reported FSB speed will be > 100 MHz
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