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iSMM
IEI Intelligent System Management Module
The IEI Intelligent System Management Module (iSMM) is a system health supervision application which utilizes sensor chips on IEI motherboards to track CPU and system temperatures, fan speed, watchdog timer, digital I/O status and system event.
Features
• Both local and remote management
• External and on-chip voltages data feedback
• CPU and system temperature data feedback
• Cooling fan speed data feedback
• Cooling fan speed controlled by PWM/On-Off/Automatic Mode
• Warning sound provided by the buzzer
• WDT test
• Programmable digital I/O
• Save and load system health configurations
• Remote power on/off control
Available Operation System
• Windows® XP
• Windows® Vista
• Windows® 7
• Windows® 8
• Windows® 10
 
Note: Please disable the UAC function or enable Administrator account while using iSMM+ remote management under Windows® Vista, Windows® 7, Windows® 8 and Windows® 10
Architecture
Remote Control and Management
iSMM+ Interface

Local/Remote Management

1. Temperature monitoring and alert limit value setting
2. Fan speed control
3. Watchdog timer setting
4. DIO setting
5. Smart fan control
6. Event page
7. iSMM+ setup
Temp. Sensors
CPU + System temperature monitoring and alert limit setting
Fan
Dynamic fan speed monitoring, control and alert limit setting
Watchdog Timer
Trouble free watchdog timer testing
DIO
Easy digital I/O configuration
Smart Fan Control
Advanced fan setting for both CPU and system smart fan
Beep/Save/Load
Flexible user profile retrieval and beep function setting
Event List
Clear list for abnormal events with event name,
event status and 1st generation time
Remote Power On/Off
Remotely turn off iSMM+ supported system and
turn on system which supports remote wake-up
iSMM Interface
Temp.
CPU + System temperature monitoring
Fan
Dynamic fan speed control
Voltage
Real-time voltage alarm
DIO
Easy digital I/O configuration
WDT
Trouble free watchdog timer testing
Save/Load
Flexible user profile retrieval
iSMM & iSMM+ Support List