SIV System Information Viewer 5.60 free version [7/15/2021]

SIV System Information Viewer 5
SIV System Information Viewer 5
SIV System Information Viewer 5.60
SIV System Information Viewer 5.60

SIV System Information Viewer 5 is an advanced tool that provides insights for various Windows, hardware and network components, including CPU information, PCI information, PCMCIA information, USB SMBus information, SPD information , ACPI methods, Machine info, Hardware sensors and more.

The interface can be a bit overwhelming at first, and it will probably take you a bit of effort to get used to the available features as many of them are dragged away in small submenus along the bottom of the main interface. If you’re looking for a comprehensive system information tool and don’t mind a technical GUI, SIV is hard to beat when it comes to features and hardware support.

New features

Added support for Windows 10 19H1 Build 18362 + 20H1 Build 18875. Enabled the operation of [ACPI Eval] etc.
Added support for Intel Xeon (Cascade Lake-AP/SP/D/W/X) + AMD Ryzen (Matisse) + (Renoir). Fixed AMD Summit Ridge codenames.
Fix Samsung NVMe driver error 3.1.0.1901 when reading Namespace information.
Advanced reset position to also reset each LCD Panel size. Added VCore (Max) to [Status] and also as CPU-0 Profile on LCD.
Rename the PSU to SIO and move the PSU from I/O to a new entry. Added report on CLTT/TSOD reporting DIMM temperature.
Updated Overall in Tooltip to report Maximum of current values ​​instead of Average.
Improved NVidia GTX 1660 support. Fixed reporting L3 Unified Cache when no CPU with APIC of 0.0.0.
Redo all Menu->File->Download -> to download directly from machine instead of using ReWrite rule in .htaccess.
[CSMI RAID] improved to report ATAPI device names and fixed [Drive] to report all disk control drives.
Added ControledBy to [Linked Devices] which can be used to select which devices the SIV should report to and/or control.
Correct to report VCCIN for X299 motherboard. Added support for ASUS Rampage VI Extreme Omega motherboards.

The interface can be a bit overwhelming at first, and it will probably take you a bit of effort to get used to the available features as many of them are dragged away in small submenus along the bottom of the main interface. If you’re looking for a comprehensive system information tool and don’t mind a technical GUI, SIV is hard to beat when it comes to features and hardware support.

New features

Added support for Windows 10 19H1 Build 18362 + 20H1 Build 18875. Enabled the operation of [ACPI Eval] etc.
Added support for Intel Xeon (Cascade Lake-AP/SP/D/W/X) + AMD Ryzen (Matisse) + (Renoir). Fixed AMD Summit Ridge codenames.
Fix Samsung NVMe driver error 3.1.0.1901 when reading Namespace information.
Advanced reset position to also reset each LCD Panel size. Added VCore (Max) to [Status] and also as CPU-0 Profile on LCD.
Rename the PSU to SIO and move the PSU from I/O to a new entry. Added report on CLTT/TSOD reporting DIMM temperature.
Updated Overall in Tooltip to report Maximum of current values ​​instead of Average.
Improved NVidia GTX 1660 support. Fixed reporting L3 Unified Cache when no CPU with APIC of 0.0.0.
Redo all Menu->File->Download -> to download directly from machine instead of using ReWrite rule in .htaccess.
[CSMI RAID] improved to report ATAPI device names and fixed [Drive] to report all disk control drives.
Added ControledBy to [Linked Devices] which can be used to select which devices the SIV should report to and/or control.
Correct to report VCCIN for X299 motherboard. Added support for ASUS Rampage VI Extreme Omega motherboards.

SIV System Information Viewer 5.60 free||32.4 MB

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