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i want a program that monitors my quad core cpu clocks (each core individually) at the same time. i had that program i want but i forgot the name of it
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Originally Posted by DannyB0y;13653738 
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None of those monitor per core. I've actually never even seen a program that monitors per core.

775 chips didn't have turbo anyway, so what would the point of this be? All the cores run at the same speed.
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None of those monitor per core. I've actually never even seen a program that monitors per core.

775 chips didn't have turbo anyway, so what would the point of this be? All the cores run at the same speed.

i dont know if my chip is 775 but my laptop has turbo button but i disable it so i can overclock with setfsb. i know that the above programs dont monitor each core individually but really i had a program like that. i overclock from 2.0 to 2.2 but looking at everest my cpu goes to 2.5 so i disable the C-STATE in bios and i think that my cpu will stay at 2.2. didnt test it yet:)
    
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I don't understand the use of monitoring each cores' frequency, each core doesn't run at different speeds. Whether each is utilized or not is a different story.
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I don't understand the use of monitoring each cores' frequencies, each core doesn't run at different speeds. Whether each is utilized or not is a different story.

each core runs in individual clock when the c-state is enabled. it was a new technology of intel! read a little bit ;P
i came here to help me not to help u ahahah. kidding

i just need that program but i dont know where to find it
    
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Have you tried CoreTemp yet? I have an AMD A6 3400M (quad core) processor in my laptop and it uses AMD's TurboCore feature to auto clock itself per core as needed. Coretemp allows you to view the clock in real time, but it won't allow you to record it. (I'm sure using a screen recorder to record the application CoreTemp while you're doing whatever it is you're doing should do the trick. I would recommend ZD-Soft's free trial, it's very user friendly and doesn't have spam add ons or crap like that).

Oh and by the way, I have a question. My processor idles at 1.4Gh'z per core normally. Under stress, it can auto-turbo core up to 2.3Gh'z (according to AMD anyway). While yes it will turbo up to 2.3Gh'z, I've seen CoreTemp register it overclocking two cores all the way up to 4.7Gh'z while creating video files from Windows Movie Maker. (The XP version, not Live Movie Maker).
Is that normal, or is CoreTemp just throwing a curveball to trick me?
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Originally Posted by kapros2011 View Post

i want a program that monitors my quad core cpu clocks (each core individually) at the same time. i had that program i want but i forgot the name of it
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Might be a little late, but there is a gadget for windows 7 that uses core temp called all cpu monitor. It starts with windows and is there automatically on your desk top. Fairly handy. thumb.gif
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Core temp give you the individual clocks for your CPU.
    
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Core temp give you the individual clocks for your CPU.

Right. This is a widget that uses core temp. This way, you do not have to open it or put you pointer on it to see the temps. It is always up.
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