January 30, 2010

Thaiphoon Burner SuperB! released! The new version employees BEMP Enhancer designed for AMD Black Edition Memory Profiles. This add-in provides flexible tools for creating and altering AMD BEMP profiles. Now no need to worry if your DDR3 memory modules are not supported by AMD OverDrive utility. By using BEMP Enhancer it is possible to easily create a missing profile. Besides, it enables to alter timings for an existing profile without any difficulties. BEMP Enhancer is a full-featured add-in and does not require Thaiphoon Burner to be registered before use.

February 6, 2010

Thaiphoon Burner SuperB! update released. This brings support for NVIDIA Ion platform based on the NVIDIA GeForce 9400M chipset. This means the update makes SPD flashing possible on notebooks and netbooks featuring NVIDIA MCP79/MCP7A chip. For instance, Thaiphoon Burner can be used as a tool to reprogram SPD on HP Mini 311 netbook highly discussed at notebookreview.com forum. Fixed a bug when tFAW setting through the DDR3 Timing Table Editor.

February 12, 2010

Thaiphoon Burner SuperB! update is available for downloading. This brings a significant GUI improvement for the DDR3 Timing Table Editor which is now capable of adjusting JEDEC timings in accordance with XMP templates created by the XMP Enhancer Professional. For this purpose the DDR3 Timing Table Editor features an additional combobox with custom XMP templates. Besides, the DDR3 Timing Table Editor provides the easiest way to overwrite the current SPD timings with the predefined ones from XMP. How to perform such a trick, please refer to the Tips&Tricks Section. The EPP2.0 Enhancer now properly fits Full profiles into the Basic profile data structure. The new update also uses an absolutely new SMBus protocol to be universal for all NVIDIA chipsets supported by Thaiphoon Burner.

February 24, 2010

Released Thaiphoon Burner Super Blaster Edition. Being leading software for SPD flashing on the market during 5 years Thaiphoon Burner has brought the next revolution in SPD flashing again! Now this is the first known software to protect the EEPROM device of memory modules from being written permanently. Thaiphoon Burner uses the Permanently Software Write Protect feature of Atmel AT34C02-based SPD EEPROMs. Once PSWP has been enabled it cannot be reversed by powering down the EEPROM device. This is exactly what DRAM module vendors need to protect SPD content of their products. Besides, Thaiphoon Burner uses PSWP to check whether the EEPROM device is protected. If it is not protectected the user can protect it by himself by clicking the only button!

March 13, 2010

Thaiphoon Burner Super Blaster Edition is released! The latest version of the software features a new universal routine to access SM Bus devices on any SiS chipsets. Thanks to this Thaiphoon Burner is capable of reading SPD EEPROM device content both thought the incorporated SMBus controller and ACPI. The last method is used for older SiS chipsets like SiS630. The latest version has been successfully tested on SiS630 and SiS730 chipsets. In addition, the new update supports SPD accessing via legacy SiS960, SiS961 and SiS962 southbridges. All other SiS southbridges coming after SiS962 including SiS968 are supported as well. As with other improvements, new Thaiphoon Burner determines the SDRAM device organization without errors being specific for DDR3, FB-DIMM and PC SDRAMs. The Module Specification Panel now reports a capacity of the SDRAM device. Although this parameter is traditionally measured in megabits, Thaiphoon Burner displays it in megabytes. This easily helps to determine a number of SDRAM devices incorporated on the SDRAM module.

April 8, 2010

Today we announced the public release of Thaiphoon Burner Super Blaster Edition the best Windows solution for SPD firmware engineering for a wide range of professionals who work with DRAM modules. The updated version of the software features the new HEX Editor which is more attractive, more flexible, user friendly and easy to use compared to its previous implementation. This is the second our conception of the hexadecimal editor. The first one was taken 5 years ago when Thaiphoon Burner was a primitive HEX Editor with support for SiS963 only. Now its time to make changes. Since the new version of Thaiphoon Burner there is a quick way to send your feedbacks from the software to us! Besides, Thaiphoon Burner lets you attach SPD dumps to your feedback. This feature is pretty useful if you add your SPD dumps to our database.

April 24, 2010

Thaiphoon Burner Super Blaster Edition has been released. The new update provides the easiest way to alter various production items of the DRAM module such as Module Manufacturer ID, DARM Manufacturer ID, module serial number, module production date, part number and so on. For this purpose the new Product Details form has been added. All known manufacturers of DRAM modules are listed on the form. The Product Details form is applicable for all supported SPDs. In accordance with JEP106AB Standard the latest update identifies new DRAM module manufacturers such as EKMemory, TwinMOS, Silicon Power, etc. There are minor improvements in determining the module production date, module manufacturing location and module revision code.

April 28, 2010

Thaiphoon Burner Super Blaster just released! This is a hot update to the previous build 0424. The new update eliminates some errors made after the utility had got a new design of the Hex Editor. For instance, all data cells of the Hex Editor are now updated after any changes have been made by using XMP Enhancer, EPP Enhancer and Timing Table Editor. Also, when changing a content of the Hex Editor the data cells are colored automatically again in accordance with a SPD version. The Status Bar shows new hints for some DDR3 SPD registers previously know as reserved. If a part number of the DRAM module is changed through the Hex Editor it is changed respectively in the caption of the main window too. SPD Browser now supports SPD of DRAM modules with a data capacity of 16GB. Additionally to the part number decoding routing for Samsung DDR3 DIMMs Thaiphoon Burner now reports a die generation of SDRAM components.

May 10, 2010

Thaiphoon Burner Super Blaster has been released. The new update brings full support for DDR2-1066 JEDEC standard and JEDEC DDR2 SPD Revision 1.3. For this purpose we have designed an absolutely new edition of Timing Table Editor to support both the latest JEDEC DDR2 and legacy DDR SDRAM standards. Now Timing Table Editor enables you to adjust timing parameters in accordance with JEDECs DDR2 speed bins just in one click. All speed bins for DDR2 are listed in appropriate combobox. Especially you may enjoy new Timing Table Editor if your RAM memory supports 533MHz through the NVIDIA EPP 1.0 profiles. This means you may update standard DDR2-800 SPD firmware Rev 1.2 up to SPD Rev.1.3 to define 533MHz approved by JEDEC as an official standard. In addition, Timing Table Editor both for DDR2 and DDR3 now automatically corrects SPD checksum.

May 17, 2010

Showshock Softnology is proud to be the first software development company to release Thaiphoon Burner Super Blaster that meets two latest JEDEC requirements related to DDR3 SDRAM - JESD79-3D and N09-NM4. Since the new update Thaiphoon Burner now creates DDR3 summary timing tables in accordance with JEDEC standard. Additionally, the software determines all supported CAS# latencies specified in DDR3 SPD. As a bonus for DDR3 SDRAM vendors and manufacturers, Thaiphoon Burner now reports DDR3 DIMM Label proposed by JEDEC Committee JC-45 and approved by the JEDEC Board of Directors. Thanks to the ASUS Eee PC community Thaiphoon Burner now supports SPD read and write operations via Intel SCH chipset. For instance, Thaiphoon Burner should read SPD data on ASUS Eee PC 1101HA netbook.

June 21, 2010

Thaiphoon Burner Super Blaster released. The latest update brings support for SMBus controllers of the old AMD Southbridges, such as AMD-756, AMD-766, AMD-768 and AMD-8111. Thanks to this new feature Thaiphoon Burner is capable of reading and writing SPD content of EEPROM chips. Besides, the new update performs additional initialization of SMBus controllers of old Intel I/O Hubs to access SPD EEPROM. This may grant access to the SPD content when the SMBus controller is disabled by OEMs. The additional initialization is applied to all various parts of Intel ICHs up to ICH5 inclusive. DDR2 Timing Table Editor has been extended and provides the easiest way to edit six additional timings of tIS, tIH, tDS, tDH, tDQSQ and tQHS.

August 4, 2010

Thaiphoon Burner Super Blaster has been released! The latest update features a redesigned style of the SPD Write dialog box that replaces both the Full Write and Selective Write dialog boxes. Now the new dialog box is friendly and more accessible than the previous ones. Additionally, it enables to write SPD data to a particular EEPROM device or to all EEPROM devices at a time. This maybe useful for DRAM manufacturers when all of the DIMMs installed on the main board are to be flashed with a generic SPD dump. The latest update of the software improves support for accessing SMBus devices on the Intel 5400 series server chipset based platforms. Also, it adds support for AMD Hudson I/O Hub SMBus. When choosing a profile from the Standard Speed Bin List the DDR3 Timing Table Editor now sets CAS# Latencies automatically in accordance with JEDEC standard requirements.

August 14, 2010

Thaiphoon Burner Super Blaster has been released. Among the new additions there is an extra option for custom SPD Devices Address selection in the main menu of the Write SPD Data dialog box. The option is very useful if the SPD EEPROM is corrupted and not visible on SMBUS but allows its firmware to be written. The global Save Dump functions have been improved. Now the HEX Editor has its own context menu with the most frequently used commands from the main menu which adds a quick and easy navigation to the utility. Since the new update the Write Emulation Mode is automatically enabled when SPD firmware is typed from the keyboard. Fixed some errors particular to the SPD firmware database extraction.

September 27, 2010

Thaiphoon Burner Super Blaster has been released. DCT Tuner is a new key feature of the latest update. DCT Tuner would be useful for estimating over-clocking capabilities of DRAM controllers of the AMD Family 10h and Family 11h processors. DCT Tuner provides the easiest way to alter timing parameters and frequencies of the two DRAM controllers operating in ganged or unganged mode. It is also possible to synchronize timing parameters of both the DCTs or even to change timings of each DCT independently. DCT Tuner allows saving a snapshot of the current timings to file and attach it as a profile for future use. The latest update of Thaiphoon Burner software improves support for SMBus protocol particular for NVIDIA southbridges.

October 5, 2010

Thaiphoon Burner Super Blaster has been updated to support AMD "Fusion" DRAM Controller. Using the latest Preliminary BIOS and Kernel Developers Guide for AMD Family 12h we have improved DCT Tuner to make it compatible with AMD Ontario and Llano code-named processors. This means DCT Tuner can be used to display and alter timings from within Windows for each "Fusion" DRAM controller independently. Also DCT Tuner includes some significant improvements specific for DRAM controllers of AMD Family 10h processors operating in DDR3 mode.

November 17, 2010

Thaiphoon Burner Super Blaster has been released. The new update solves some issues found in the NVIDIA SMBus Controller initialization routines of Thaiphoon Burner software and were being specific for Macbooks only. Additionally, the latest update provides SPD EEPROM accessing through the NVIDIA MCP89 SMBus Controller and newest Intel SMBus Controllers implemented in Cougar Point PCH and Patsburg PCH chipsets designed for Intel Sandy Bridge processors. The DCT Tuner add-in now correctly reports tRFCx delays for DDR2-1066 DIMM modules.

November 28, 2010

Thaiphoon Burner Super Blaster has been released. The latest update brings an official support for the recently released JEDEC DDR3 SPD 1.1 specification that describes SPD data for two new DDR3-1866 and DDR3-2133 standards. In accordance with this DDR3 Timing Table Editor provides eight new JEDECs speed bins for 933MHz and 1067MHz DDR3 DIMM modules: DDR3-1866J, DDR3-1866K, DDR3-1866L, DDR3-1866M, DDR3-2133K, DDR3-2133L, DDR3-2133M and DDR3-2133N. Now DDR3 Timing Table Editor is a powerful and easy to use tool for complying SPD timing parameters with any JEDEC DDR3 speed bin. Additionally, the new update now properly interprets DDR-1866 and DDR3-2133 SPD specific data when decoding SPD information to the reports.

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