Open Hardware Monitor is a free open source software designed to track various metrics of a computer system, including temperature sensors, fan speeds, voltages, loads, and clock speeds.

It offers extensive support for monitoring chips commonly found on modern mainboards, allowing users to keep tabs on crucial components. This includes the ability to monitor CPU temperatures by accessing core temperature sensors on both Intel and AMD processors. Additionally, the software can display sensor data from ATI and Nvidia graphics cards, as well as SMART hard drives.

Users have the flexibility to view monitored values through the main window, a customizable desktop gadget, or conveniently in the system tray. Furthermore, Open Hardware Monitor is compatible with 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, and 10, as well as x86 based Linux operating systems, all without the need for installation.

Latest News

Release Version 0.9.6


Posted on December 27, 2020

  • Added AMD family 19h (Zen 3) CPU support.

Release Version 0.9.5


Posted on May 25, 2020

  • Implemented a check during application startup to ensure .NET Framework 4.5 or newer is installed.

Release Version 0.9.4


Posted on May 24, 2020

  • Added support for 10th generation Intel Core processors based on Comet Lake-S.
  • Added AMD family 15h model 60h and 70h CPU support.
  • Added code to correctly restore fan controls and other states when resuming the from sleep.
  • Improved the Nuvoton NCT679XD super I/O fan RPM calculation.
  • Added code to synchronize the PCI bus access for reading AMD temperature sensors.
  • Migrated the application from .NET Framework version 2.0 to .NET Framework version 4.5 (new minimal requirement).
  • Fixed the issue of an unresponsive user interface when changing the system display scale.
  • Improved the DPI awareness (display scaling) of the user interface.

Release Version 0.9.3


Posted on May 6, 2020

  • Added support for multiple processor groups on Windows to display all cores of CPUs like the AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X.
  • Added fan control support for ITE IT8721F, IT8665E, IT8686E, IT8688E and IT879XE chips.
  • Added support for persisting and restoring the expanded state of the UI tree view.
  • Improved AMD GPU support.
  • Improved the AMD CPU and GPU labels.

Release Version 0.9.2


Posted on March 1, 2020

  • Added support for ADL (AMD Display Library) Overdrive8 GPU sensors (AMD Navi GPUs).
  • Added support for Intel CPUs with Comet Lake (06_A6H) microarchitecture.
  • Fixed an issue with the detection of ITE IT8655E, IT8665E and IT8686E super I/O chips.
  • Additional minor bug fixes.


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Open Hardware Monitor - Core Temp, Fan Speed, Voltages

Open Hardware Monitor - Core temp, fan speed and voltages in a free software gadget for your system monitoring needs. Download now! #openhardwaremonitor

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Operating System: Windows 7, 8, 10 and Windows 11

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