Speccy Update Released

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  1. Krusty

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    Release notes
    • v1.29.714 (03 Dec 2015)
      - Improved support for latest Intel Skylake and Broadwell processors.
      - Improved Windows 10 compatibility.
      - Improved Peripheral and Network Adaptor detection.
      - Updated hardware detection algorithm.
      - Improved localization and language support.
      - Minor GUI improvements.
      - Minor bug fixes.
    https://www.piriform.com/speccy/download
     
  2. Krusty

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    Speccy v1.30.728 (16 Nov 2016)
    - Improved Windows 10 Anniversary Edition compatibility
    - Updated support for latest Intel Kaby Lake processors
    - Improved 64-bit build architecture
    - Improved localisation support
    - Minor GUI improvements
    - Minor bug fixes

    https://www.piriform.com/speccy/download
     
  3. Krusty

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    Speccy v1.31.732 (04 Jul 2017)
    - Improved Windows 10 Creators Update compatibility
    - Updated GPU information and sensor tracking
    - Improved 32-bit build architecture
    - Improved localisation and languages support
    - Minor GUI improvements
    - Minor bug fixes
     
  4. Cache

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    Thanks Krusty. Life goes on under Avast! :)
     
  5. The Seeker

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    This release is from the 4th of July.
     
  6. Cache

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    Good point!
     
  7. plat1098

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    I'd let my subscription lapse because Speccy stopped detecting the motherboard temp as of version 1.30. Latest version still doesn't; nor does it detect DDR5 memory module (one stick @16 gb), nor does it detect the SSD temp. Guess in this case, the free HWMonitor is superior, as is HWINFO64 which detects all five MB sensors. Still prefer Speccy because of its compact design but it doesn't deliver here and that's a shame.
     

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    Very useful.
     
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