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Tried searching, no luck.

What's a good program to use to monitor your CPU temps? I'm using motherboard monitor 5, but I'm going to uninstall it. So any suggestions?
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EVEREST Home Edition or Speedfan. Both work well, but i like speedfan cause the system tray thing
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post #3 of 15
Afew others are motherboard monitor, and core temp. I personally like speedfan out of all the available programs. With speedfan and ATI tool you can monitor both your CPU temp and your GPU temp in the system bar.
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I use everest.

Blue is my water pump RPM, black is my GPU1 GPU2, red is the CPU dual core1 core2, green is the motherboard.

The reason I use everest is it does 2 videocards it monitors alot more just don't use them all.

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post #5 of 15
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Neat thanks for the replies. I went with speedfan. Now can someone tell me what Temp1, Temp2, Temp3, HD0 all represent?
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post #6 of 15
what i do is compare the temps to the ones in the BIOS, then you can just label the "temp1, temp2...." in speedfan>configure>temps>then edit the words.
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post #7 of 15
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Originally Posted by lord cisor
Neat thanks for the replies. I went with speedfan. Now can someone tell me what Temp1, Temp2, Temp3, HD0 all represent?
Those will differ from board to board. HD0 is obviously your HDD though. In order to find out what the other ones are you can either download a pre-set configuration from speedfan or use trial and error. Open speedfan, go to info, then hit get config at the bottom. This will take you to the speedfan website. Sign up (its free) and it will then allow you to search for your mobo. You will recieve a 6 number combination, put that in the ticket area, close speedfan, and then reopen. It should be updated. These are made by users though, so their is no gaurantee on how good they are. For trial and error, run prime95, temp that increases the most is CPU, temp that increases the second most is most likely NB. Then run ATItool stress test, temp that increases the most that time is VGA.

*Edit: Gah Phantom, that is the second time tonight you have beat me to the answer...
post #8 of 15
like everest better <3

and it tells you alot of other stuff useful to overclocking, IE memory bandwith/Fill rates
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post #9 of 15
Google: SysTool and download it.
Better than old MBM5 and displays cpu. mobo, chipset psu and hdd temps
sorry no link
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Originally Posted by tubnotub1
*Edit: Gah Phantom, that is the second time tonight you have beat me to the answer...
LoL, sorry ;p, guess i need to slow down when tubnotub is gonna post
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