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Old 07-26-2008, 12:35 AM   #1
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Alright, I wanted something that would tell me the temperature of my processor.. I wanted to see if my TuniQ Tower was doing it's job. I saw everest on this forum. I got it...

Home Edition. Is that right?

I go under Computer>Sensor and all there is is the hdd temp... nothing else. Am I doing something wrong? (Which is 37C, that good? )
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give this a shot: HWMonitor
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Old 07-26-2008, 01:36 AM   #3
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Alright, so it has core#1 - core#4.. 45 and 46C.. is that good? HDD is 47C

Under Temperatures there is
TMPIN0 47C
TMPIN1 39C
TMPIN2 74C


What are those? lol

Haha, I've always wondered how to go forward with the keyboard (in the browser). I know blackspace is back..

Well, if you hold down alt, I just found, 4 and 6, on the numberpad.. they have the forward and back arrows, do it! Pretty cool...

Man, I just installed that program on my bros computer.. his CPU is 37C.. Why the hell is mine so high? I thought the tuniQ was suposed to do some damage...
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