AIDA64 updated with ‘sensor info’ for MSI Z390 motherboard series

Published: 9th Mar 2018, 19:45 GMT | Comments


We have been hearing whispers about the big brother of Z370 for quite some time now, but the Z390 high-end gaming platform is not coming this month. It is currently believed that Z390 could be unveiled this summer, possibly even at Computex in June. It’s hard to say what the Z390 chipset is really meant for, but it might be a platform for 8-core Coffee Lake-S processors, a competition for Ryzen 2000 8-core CPUs.

So far we can only confirm one motherboard from MSI, which is Z390 GAMING PLUS. It was tested with an unknown 6-core Intel CPU (not 8-core).

The developers of AIDA64 have just updated their software with support for MSI’s upcoming Coffee Lake-S motherboards, including H370, B360, H310, and Z390.

Version: 5.95.4569 beta (Mar 09, 2018)
Release notes:

  • extended chipset information for Intel Skylake-D/SP/W/X IMC
  • sensor support for Nuvoton NCT6797D
  • motherboard specific sensor info for ASRock H110M-STX
  • motherboard specific sensor info for ASRock Z370M-STX MXM
  • motherboard specific sensor info for MSI B360/H310/H370/Z390-Series
  • fixed: motherboard specific sensor info for Asus Maximus IX/X Series
  • fixed: motherboard specific sensor info for Asus Prime Z270-A, Prime Z270-AR, Prime Z370-A, ROG Strix Z370-E Gaming, ROG Strix Z370-F Gaming, Strix B250F Gaming, Strix Z270E Gaming, Strix Z270F Gaming, Z270-WS

Source: AIDA64

by WhyCry

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