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ok, i need to update this app for the newer cpus, can you give me a list of the socket 2066 cpus with threads and core count and a list of thread ripper cpus with core and thread count?

i need that to create  new templates in the app

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That's not a problem. follow this search engine:

https://geizhals.de/?cat=cpu1151&xf=820_2066(is only an example) and follow the respective CPU socket to get the details for the respective CPU

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Some news for you, i have added a lot of cpus from the new amd and intel lineups including upcoming new socket am4 cpus like ryzen pro and new apus and also thread ripper processors, i have also done some small UI improvements

 
Download the beta preview here:

Try it and let me know, if there is something to fix or to improve

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So, if you have not found anything wrong, confirm the latest beta version as a new release, i the only change i have done over the beta is to update version and build numbers, did you find anything wrong with the new templates?

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ok, files has been updated, here is the link of the new version from the downloads 

 

http://www.insanelymac.com/forum/files/file/744-voodootscsync-configurator/

 

you can downloads it also using the link on the first post

 

Changelog:

  • - Added Ryzen pro cpus templates
  • - Added Socket am4 apu and athlon cpus templates
  • - Added Ryzen Threadripper cpus templates
  • - Added socket 2066 cpu templates
  • - Added kabylake pentium cpus with ht template
  • - Minor UI improvements
  • - "Back" button in the manual info.plist editor has been improved

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