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Old 07-18-2011, 12:25 AM   #1
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Default What do you use to see system temperatures

windows 7 program to see system temps?
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I use HWmonitor. Its free and seems to match with my other temperature monitoring programs.
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HWMonitor for me too, there's also a program called SpeedFan that will show you the temps, as well as letting you manually control any fans that have a controller pin.
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Everest for me. Extremely detailed if you're into that kinda thing.
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Old 07-19-2011, 12:19 AM   #5
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yeah i got impatient and found HWMoniter and pretty much says everything i need to know.
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Im considering everest, and have tried HWmonitor, i like them both.
also dark speedfan is a must have tool
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Im considering everest, and have tried HWmonitor, i like them both.
also dark speedfan is a must have tool
Everest's not around anymore. It's not aida64, a much better version of everest.
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HWMonitor for me, also.
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Speedfan...
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Old 10-16-2011, 03:46 AM   #10
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Two basic ways to check the temperature of your system and this is either through the BIOS or using a software application that comes with your motherboard.
Not all motherboards are able to monitor CPU and motherboard temperature's but nowadays most motherboards should be able to.



You are also able to monitor fan speeds in rpm (revolution per minute) and sometimes alter them in order to keep your CPU running at a lower temperature and some motherboards even have a feature that allows you to specify in what temperature range you wish your CPU to run at.
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