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Old 07-12-2006, 07:06 PM   #1
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whats a good program for temperatures within ur computer and teh speed of teh fans?
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Old 07-12-2006, 07:09 PM   #2
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Man arent you in europe, keep your ass over there, no one wants you back in philly ahaha...( I know him from school, so lay off)
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Speedfan / Motherboard Monitor 5 if your m/board is supported
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Speedfan / Motherboard Monitor 5 if your m/board is supported
Ohh, I told him that a long time ago, it didnt work..One temp came up at -123c ahaha
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Ohh, I told him that a long time ago, it didnt work..One temp came up at -123c ahaha
In Speedfan? Thats just reading a sensor that is not there, these programmes do require a little setting up, they don't automatically address the right sensors.

Knowing the m/board brand / model number / revision would be helpful.

EDIT: Everest has monitoring capabilities if memory serves me correctly, that could be another avenue to explore. Also SiSoft Sandra though as far as I can recollect they have no OSD like MBM5
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Ohh, I told him that a long time ago, it didnt work..One temp came up at -123c ahaha
lmao, i wouldn't mind those temps i can picture some lying stuck ^ guy be talking about his "leet" non existant system, and i'd be like:

me: so what temps are your computer running?

him: oooh... about -123c...pretty good pretty good....

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