What does HWiNFO do exactly?

What does HWiNFO do exactly?

HWiNFO is a free system information tool for Windows that gives a quick overview, as well as a detailed look, at hardware components. You can save full or custom reports, use HWiNFO on a portable device, and monitor various hardware pieces in real-time.

Is HWiNFO trusted?

yes its safe to use.

Does HWiNFO work on Windows 11?

I had been running an upgraded version of Windows 11, from a Windows 10 build. All was well with HWiNFO in combination with Afterburner and Rivatuner. That meant all the sensor settings would display as liked when using the defined Scroll Key as the shortcut to enable them…. so all was well.

How does HWiNFo control fan speed?

Follow these steps to control the fan speed using HWiNFo.

  1. Run the app and click Sensors on the main window.
  2. Confirm the pop-up message.
  3. A new window will open listing the various sensors on your system.
  4. A new window will open listing up to three fans.
  5. Click ‘Set manual’ to manually set the speed for the fan.

What temp should my CPU be?

The acceptable range is between 150 and 160 degrees Fahrenheit (65 to 70 degrees Celcius) when the PC is running essential apps. This temperature can quickly increase to around 175 degrees Fahrenheit (80 degrees Celsius) when playing games or running intensive software.

Is HWiNFO a malware?

HWiNFO Author This is not malware, but an affiliate product that helps us to keep providing HWiNFO free.

How do I use HWiNFO fan control?

How do I start HWiNFO on Windows?

HWiNFO Author Enable the “Auto Start” option in Settings and click OK.

How do I start HWiNFO on startup?

Staff member Try to disable the Autostart option, click OK. Then again go into the settings, enable it and click OK. If that won’t help, check if the HWiNFO task in Windows Task Scheduler is configured properly, you can test to run it manually if it works.

Does HWiNFO show fan speed?

HWiNFO Author If the fan is not spinning (reads 0 RPM) it won’t be shown in HWiNFO until it starts to report a non-zero speed. Since the BIOS reports 0 RPM too, this would mean there’s some issue with monitoring the fan speed.

How do I max out my laptop fan speed?

Select “System Cooling Policy” from the submenu. Click the down arrow under “System Cooling Policy” to reveal a drop-down menu. Select “Active” from the drop-down menu to increase the speed of your CPU’s cooling fan. Click “Apply” and then “OK.”