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System Information Viewer – A Free System Information Software

Posted In Utilities - By Techtiplib on Friday, August 29th, 2014 With No Comments »

System Information Viewer (SIV) is a freeware, System Information Software for Windows which can look up and give you details of your hardware computer. All the information are: CPU info, PCI info, PCMCIA info, USB info SMBus info, SPD info, ACPI methods, Machine info, Hardware Sensors, Networked computers, Operating System Information and more will be identified by SIV.

Free System Information Software

What’s updated on version 4.46?

  • Update the [Windows] panel to display the Registered Processors plus Memory Allowed and added the [Windows Policies] panel for Vista and later.
  • Added reporting of any Hypervisor Virtual Machine and for Windows 8.1 V6.03 Build 9600 if Update 1 is installed.
  • Added the [Makers] panel which shows all the System and Motherboard Makers for all systems within a domain.
  • Added Minimum SMART to specify the minimum SMART polling interval for the Disk Drive.
  • Added reporting of the number of active memory channels for Intel 5000, 5400 and 7300 chipsets.
  • Improve reporting of memory timing information on some Intel X38/X48 chipsets by enabling MCHBAR.
  • Report the Peak GFLOPS for nVidia GTX/GT 700 series CUDA GPUs.
  • Resolved issue with strange CPU % usage reporting that only happened on some Windows 7 x64 systems.
  • Corrected the reporting of DDR3 DIMM SPD information for DIMMs with none zero FTB values.
  • Improve the Controller Name for Texas Instruments XHCI Controller attached USB Disk Drives.
  • Added support for the Intel D5400XS (Skulltrail) and Gigabyte Z97X-SOC Force motherboards including IR3580 PWMs.
  • Compensate for Wine calling RaiseException() when SLGetWindowsInformation() is called.

System Information Viewer works on Windows 8.1, 8.0, 7, Vista, XP, 2012, 2008, 2003, 2000, NT4, 95, 98.

Download the free system information software: System Information Viewer

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