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post #11 of 18
just download everest home edition hah Works fine in Vista x64

http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/...-Edition.shtml
    
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post #12 of 18
what about everest i know they have a windows side bar addon that will display it (not sure for 64 bit thought)

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the sensor in everest doesnt seem to do anything...
post #14 of 18
you need retail or trial

You must set up Everest to enable Vista Sidebar support within its preferences. Set your display names to something no longer than 5 characters long and your set.
post #15 of 18
update your bios to 608 and bump the NB up to 1.39 or 1.56 (depends on stability) run them in the black slots starting with one at first then manually set the timings and voltages in the bios then shut off the computer and install the other stick
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Originally Posted by P1MP1NJ View Post
update your bios to 608 and bump the NB up to 1.39 or 1.56 (depends on stability) run them in the black slots starting with one at first then manually set the timings and voltages in the bios then shut off the computer and install the other stick
ill be sure to do that. how can i update the bios without a floppy?
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you need retail or trial

You must set up Everest to enable Vista Sidebar support within its preferences. Set your display names to something no longer than 5 characters long and your set.
so what exactly do i do to make everest work?
post #18 of 18
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i think it might be my eVGA 780i board thats acting up...for some reason it isnt seen by everest, as i get an error saying that my motherboard is unknown...any fixes for this?
EDIT: i got everest working, but the cores read 43c and 38c without changing, but the one that says CPU fluctuates from 23-25 depending on if im moving the window...is it safe to use the CPU temperature rather than the cores since they arent working?
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