This application displays multiple information about Serial Presence Detect and allows you to modify the firmware of SPD EEPROM devices
|Version||18.104.22.168 Build 1118|
|Updated||November 18 2019|
Vitaliy Jungle N/A N/A
|Crack Size||1.7 MB|
Thaiphoon Burner is a program that enables you to read, edit and update the firmware of SPD EEPROM devices. Make sure to run it with administrative rights.
The interface is clean and intuitive, providing fast access to its main features. After reading a specified SPD device with the click of a button, you can view the module's hexadecimal code, edit values, convert hex to char, and import data from the Clipboard.
In addition, you can check out device specifications when it comes to the manufacturer, part number, architecture, speed grade, clock frequency, module/SDRAM capacity, module and SDRAM organization, read latency, and SPD EEPROM device.
Furthermore, you can edit the timing table, enhance the XMP, update Dumps, save Dumps to file (Thaiphoon Dump file - THP, BIN or TXT), clear the hex editor, enable SMBUS fast read and write, ask Thaiphoon Burner Crack to search for SMB devices, switch to report mode, and more.
The application is low-demanding when it comes to CPU and RAM, has a good response time and works smoothly. No error dialogs were shown in our tests, and the app did not hang or crash. All in all, Thaiphoon Burner comes in handy whenever you want to read, edit and update SPD EEPROM device firmware.
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