What is it the Beta Program
Every now and then I create some bleeding edge versions of SpeedFan, or of some other softwares (always related to SpeedFan),
to receive feedback from the users. Such programs try to access new hardware or try to investigate new ways to read available
data. Before going into the mainstream SpeedFan, I need to make sure that everything works fine and that nothing else is
broken. Everything I post here has been previously tested on my very own computers.
In order to be able to download from this page, you must login to this web server and your registration must have been
confirmed. Registering to this web server is really easy and email addresses are not abused. You can have a look at the
. Once registered you will receive an email with a link to visit. Visit
it and you're ready to go :-)
Beta Program Disclaimer
All the downloads posted here should be considered experimental. Everything was previously tested on my own hardware and
on my production computers. This means that you can trust me when I say I did my best not to hurt anything. Nonetheless,
a beta software might hurt your hardware and you might lose your data. Always close other programs prior to running anything
you download from here and backup your data. You should try these programs only if you know what you are doing and if
you are willing to help me by sending your feedback.
Note for Webmasters
Because of the nature of this area, you are not allowed to mirror these files. These files change often and
this page includes important info about their usage and the eventual problems they might cause. I'm spending a lot
of time helping users that didn't download the beta from here and this can't be my main task. Furthermore, these
files are accessible only to registered users. Publishing them on any other page is strictly forbidden.
Feel free to let your readers know about these betas, but simply point to this BETA PROGRAM page. Thank you for your
or login in order to access available downloads.
SpeedFan 4.51 beta 2 (07 aug 2014)
Because of the nature of this beta, please, do not mirror (it would be a copyright violation) this file.
This beta will expire, but a FINAL release will see the light long before then.
- Added support for Nuvoton NCT6683D.
- Added full support for Fintek F71811U.
- Fixed Fintek F71808A PWM MODE setting.
- Added a sanity check while scanning DMI and ACPI tables.
- Added full support for Nuvoton NCT6106D.
- Added full support for Nuvoton NCT6792D.
- SCSI Scan is automatically disabled if iastorA.sys driver is installed - use /DOSCSISCAN to force enable it.
- Configuration dialog now always opens at the center of the main window.
SpeedFan.exe is digitally signed using my company's (SOKNO S.R.L.) certificate.
In order to run this beta, simply install SpeedFan 4.50, then replace the EXE (or put it in any temporary folder) and run it.
Please, use the SEND REPORT facility on the INFO tab to help me to evaluate the improvements I coded.
Tool to read ACPI TABLES 1.11 (15 apr 2010)
This tool has been superseded. SpeedFan 4.43 on will automatically send the relevant information.
Program to attempt to set AAM on hard disks that support it 1.01 (15 dec 2004)
This software tries to understand which OS and which drivers do support the relevant calls that need to
be done in order to set AAM (Automatic Acoustic Management) on modern hard disks. It works only
on NT class operating systems. I'm not sure if it works on NT too, but it works for sure on Win2K.
Unzip, run and then use the integrated facility to send me the report.
Please, send me reports even from systems where it doesn't seem to work.
Version 1.01 now properly identifies hards disks where AAM is available, yet disabled, and goes on
with the test.
Program to access SCSI HD temperature and reliability data 1.13 (18 feb 2004)
Even if, since version 4.21, SpeedFan includes full support for SCSI drives, this tool is still useful as
it allows me to see more data from SCSI drives. With the help of your reports I can try to find and show
new info about your SCSI drives.
This tool never caused any harm to any system and its low level code was included in the mainstream release