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I'm looking for a program to monitor temps when idle and under load. Something that would push the CPU hard and show me some temps. What could I use?
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post #3 of 9
orthos + speed fan or everest.

Orthos will heavily stress the CPU and Memory, supposedly more than your CPU and memory will ever be stressed.
    
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Orthos loves to burn hardware
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Quote:
Originally Posted by saxahonker View Post
I can't get TAT or CoreTemp to work on my machine. PD930 and Emery (HP installed) mobo. I'll be upgrading to an ASUS p5K deluxe soon, Hoping that will fix the problem.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Spectre21 View Post
Orthos loves to burn hardware
are you serious here? burn, as in, damage?
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post #7 of 9
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Originally Posted by UNKNOWN314159 View Post
are you serious here? burn, as in, damage?
burn as in burn in, not damage. It just stresses your cpu to 100% load, making it the hottest it will ever be for whatever clock your running.
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post #8 of 9
ok, just making sure. I've heard rumors that a couple programs would actually damage your core, by stressing it too much.
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post #9 of 9
to get coretemp to work on vista just disable driver signing from command prompt and you will be all set.
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