- Implemented Windows UAC bypass for users that have selected Auto Start
- Fixed Grid+ manual fan control lock issue
- Fixed various crashing and freezing issues
- Removed hour labels on x-axis for MIN charts
We are really sorry for all the issues user have been experiencing with the iOS app for the past month. A change in our desktop app caused the mobile app to be unresponsive and we should have caught this sooner. On the positive side we did add Kraken and Grid+ support as well as revamped the UI for the Start and Login screens. We hope that you will like the changes (and the fact that the app works now). See detailed release notes below.
CAM 1.1.9 Release Notes
CAM V1.1.8 Release Notes
We know that many users have been frustrated with the resource intensity of CAM and has caused some users to stop using the application or uninstall. For a monitoring software to consume the amount of resources previously was simply unacceptable. We hope that you will give us another chance and try the new update. We spent much of this release optimizing resource load and we hope that you will appreciate the results. For many PCs, CPU usage should drop anywhere from 60-80% depending on your configuration and GPU usage should be at or near 0%. Keep in mind that as you start to interact with the application those usage numbers will start going up but in pure monitoring mode CAM should no longer be CPU and GPU intensive.
Introducing CAM 1.1.4 and CAM Mobile for iOS! (Android coming soon)
NZXT is proud to announce a host of new cutting-edge features for CAM alongside the first official CAM Mobile application! We have once again worked alongside PCPartPicker to bring partlist integration to CAM Basic. Now, users will be able to paste their PCPartPicker partlist url and import their full build information directly into CAM’s specifications page. This allows users to view exact spec, brand and model information alongside their vital PC statistics. New features also include Wake on Lan (WoL) integration, bug reporting and of course the iOS app with complete CAM Basic functionality.
CAM Version 1.1.3 Has Arrived!
Finally making some great progress on bug fixing and mobile development! We’re terribly sorry to keep you waiting for such a long time, but NZXT has finally submitted the iOS CAM application to the iTunes appstore. It’ll be available for download as soon as the application is approved. For all of you Android users, we are working as quickly as we can and will hopefully be able to push it to the Google Play Store shortly after the iOS download goes live. We will be sure to give you all another update as soon as that is ready. Until then, if you haven’t automatically updated, please download the latest version of CAM at cam.nzxt.com.
NZXT. is happy to introduce the availability of its first major CAM software update, version 1.1.2!
Earlier this month, we released a CAM automatic update to include Grid+ and Kraken+ software functionality. Unfortunately, the update caused a lot of issues for many of our users such as crashing and FPS drops. Despite our extensive in-house testing prior to the release, we were caught completely off guard and we’d like to apologize for the inconvenience and the delay. Thanks to the help of our great beta and camfeedback communities, we were finally able to track down the issue! If your CAM software was not automatically updated to 1.1.2, please download the latest version at cam.nzxt.com.
With its modern design and bold engineering, the H440 has quickly become an NZXT fan favorite. Now, we’re happy to announce the availability of three new special edition colors: Black/Blue, Black/Green and Black/Orange.
Each color is available exclusively through three different channels. The Black/Blue may be found on the NZXT Armory Store, the Black/Green may be found at Microcenter and the Black/Orange can be purchased from Newegg.
In 2011 NZXT launched the Havik 140. While not met with incredible commercial success, it was widely regarded as a superb cooler by reviewers, receiving many awards and accolades. Because of the relatively low development cost of CPU coolers, we continued pursuing cooling products. We began working on the Havik 120 and the Havik 180, each positioned to sandwich the Havik 140 in pricing. The Havik 120, being considerably more viable for mass market consumption, was taken to market. The Havik 180 on the other hand never made it to the shelves.