New beta now reports my clocks correctly. Thanks!
I have the latest 19042.572, will check when I get home, it might be a bug if you did an in-place upgrade instead of a clean install I think.Hello,
after a windows update it doesn't work anymore
The same thing happens when I open v.1.1.0
Yes, working fine for me.I have the latest 19042.572, will check when I get home, it might be a bug if you did an in-place upgrade instead of a clean install I think.
Pretty sure it's working fine for me just updating my Windows 19042 with W10UI instead of Windows Update. It uses DISM to install the updates.
Great work, love the dark GUI.New v1.2.0 is up on the official site: ZenTimings
I have verified it to work on my system, but there aren't much reports from users, so if there's some serious issue will have to hotfix it.
There are now 2 versions of the app, but they both include the major and important fixes, since they share the same common code.
The difference is in the UI.
People were asking about dark theme, which is not really possible with the old Windows Forms the app was based on. Or at least not in a satisfactory way.
Not all controls can be styled or at least not easily. So, the UI was completely rewritten to use Windows Presentation Foundation framework, which allows easier theming.
This comes at a cost though. In order to support the themes, I had to up the minimum required version of .NET framework from 4.0 to 4.5, which means no XP support (not that most people need it). Legacy version still works with 4.0.
It's also a little more memory consuming, but I have tried to minimize RAM usage as much as possible.
Due to that change, I have decided to still support the legacy version (it's basically the same old UI, but with updated core functions, so nothing is missing, except dark mode).
I will still support it in the future, unless some breaking change is needed in the common module.
It's a major release, thus the version is now 1.2.0. You can read the changelog on the site.
I don't have a Zen3 system, but there's some preliminary support for Vermeer and Genesis (based more on assumptions).
Will definitely need user input once it gets available in stores. It would be quite some time until I get one.
I would need a new motherboard for that, unless Crosshair VI Hero actually gets some beta/unofficial bios.
v1.1.0 hit more than 5400 downloads! Thank you all. Not that it benefits me in any way, but it's encouraging at least.
Last, but not least, I will make sure to find time and finally update the OP with some info.
CPUs tested: 1800X, 1600AF, 3000G, 240GE, 3900X on Crosshair VI Hero running latest bios 7803.
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