HWiNFO32 is a system information and diagnostic tool that tells you just about everything you could ever want to know about your PC's configuration. You'll find information on the CPU, hard drives, graphics card, motherboard, chipset type, BIOS version and date, memory modules, installed operating system and more. And that's just the "System Summary" screen.

Move on to the main program and you'll find a hardware tree that looks a lot like Device Manager, only with far, far more information. On our test PC, for example, expanding the Monitors section of Device Manager only told us about the driver we were using ("Generic PnP Monitor"). HWiNFO32 managed to tell us the monitor name, serial number, date of manufacture, horizontal and vertical frequencies, supported video modes, and much more (28 items in total). It's just as thorough when reporting on other areas of your PC, too.

HWiNFO32 also includes a capable benchmark module, that will test and report on the speed of your CPU, memory and hard drive. And its monitoring tool can track and display your CPU, motherboard and hard drive temperatures, voltages, fan speeds, and more, very useful for detecting hardware problems that might otherwise be hard to spot.

This is the portable version of HWiNFO32.

Version 5.40 see entire changelog for more info):

- Fixed and enhanced support of AMD Zen/Summit Ridge.
- Enhanced support of ITE IT8665E LPC/SIO.
- Enhanced reporting of AMD OPN.
- Fixed monitoring of CPUs on some systems with multiple CPU packages.
- Enhanced sensor monitoring on ASUS CROSSHAIR VI.
- Enhanced sensor monitoring on GIGABYTE B150 series mainboards.
- Enhanced sensor monitoring on MSI 200-series mainboards.
- Added support of Nuvoton NCT6795D and NCT5565D HW monitors.
- Enhanced sensor monitoring on ASUS H97-PRO GAMER.
- Improved idle fan speed monitoring on NVIDIA GPUs.
- Added several new NVIDIA and AMD GPU card models.
- Revised reporting of AMD internal CPU temperature.
- Added monitoring of CPU/Core Critical Temperature and Power Limit Exceeded status.
- Changed order of some CPU sensors. Some users might need to reconfigure their custom order.


An invaluable system information tool that should be a part of everyone's troubleshooting toolkit