HWiNFO is an application for collecting and displaying detailed information about your PC’s hardware. Unlike the alternative applications by other vendors, this one features a long list of supported PC components and fairly frequent updates allowing you to get started with new hardware in no time.
HWiNFO maintains an accurate monitoring of all system components by detecting devices installed in the PC and analyzing their status based on the data gathered from the system detectors. In addition, the application generates convenient reports that can be used for eventual analysis.
Key features of HWiNFO
Tree view of the system components.
Detecting the models of all components and their specifications.
Showing hardware temperature and voltage and other kinds of information retrieved from system sensors.
Performance testing of system components.
Ability to create and save several kinds of reports as text files, spreadsheets, graphs, log files, etc.
Ability to export reports into CSV, HTML, EXT, XML and MHTML formats.
Support for the newest technologies and standards.
Configurable multi-option interface.
Interaction with other tools.
Changes in recent version
Added a darker (black) Dark Mode skin.
Increased font and window size of the summary window.
Updated summary window for improved support of Hybrid CPUs.
Changed core naming in Hybrid CPUs to better reflect the type.
Added a workaround for missing CPU clocks on AMD CPUs with Core Isolation / Memory Integrity enabled.
Fixed a possible crash when opening sensor settings multiple times.
Added support of Alder Lake-N.
Enhanced sensor monitoring on some ASUS MAXIMUS, STRIX, TUF, ProArt, PRIME Z690 and B660 series.
Added ability to define a custom range for invalid sensor values.
Redesigned Summary window.
Enhanced sensor monitoring on MSI Z690 and B660 series.
Added readout of DDR5 SPD via I3C on Sapphire Rapids (preliminary).
Enhanced sensor monitoring on GIGABYTE Z690, B660 and H610 series.
Added monitoring of CPU Utility – same utilization as reported by Task Manager in Windows 8 and later.