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Rainmeter and Coretemp help

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Ran into an issue that I dont understand. I got rainmeter working, but cant get speedfan or coretemp to display cpu core temps in BlueVision V0.2. Found a few forums about it but its in greek to me, anyone able to assist?

thx guys
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Make sure that when you edit the ini for the skin (right click on rainmeter when running and go to edit skin), that you have a line that says something similar to this: (plugin=SpeedFanPlugin)
Code:
[MeasureGPUTemp]
Measure=Plugin
Plugin=SpeedFanPlugin                <--- Example
SpeedFanType=Temperature
SpeedFanNumber=0                     <--- Example
SpeedFanScale=C

To find the speedfan number
Quote:
Originally Posted by rainmeters website 
The index retrieved from the Speedfan application starting with 0. It is easiest to obtain these numbers from the Configure tab of the Speedfan application.
http://docs.rainmeter.net/manual/plugins/speedfan


Edit: Should you decide to use CoreTemp instead
http://docs.rainmeter.net/manual/plugins/coretemp
Edited by W4LNUT5 - 11/4/12 at 12:26pm
    
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