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How to log temps from sensors connected to mobo

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hello
i have connected some temp sensors to my mobo and i want to be able to log the temps..i can see the temps in HWmonitor and everest, however how can i log them?

speedfan reads only 1 of the 2 sensors..

do you have any recommendation as to what SOFTWARE to use?

thank you
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post #2 of 7
For logging in everest, go to File-preferences; in the tree on the left select hardware monitoring-logging; there you can select the items you wish to log as well as an output file for them.
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post #3 of 7
IMO it's probably a waste to log those temps, but just make sure they are under management. Set your CPU to shutdown if it gets too hot as a safeguard.
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If you really want to get into logging temp's these are good, they have the soft-ware also...Crystalfontz: Serial LCD Modules..Looks like a real pain in the neck to me, there are a couple of guys here that use them..
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crystalfontz was my first choice but not for now..i needed something fast for a radiator comparison (tfc 360,360gtx and pa.1203..didnt see that option in everest..

The bad news..my gpu died today and tomorow im leaving so testing will occur after the summer vac.i guess il get a crystalfontz till then

Luckily got my phone to post from haha
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I hate to hear that, look forward to your testing when you are able to do it...
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Yeah, I like my crystalfontz after it's setup. It's extremely not so user friendly to get going though.

Who would have thought it's normal to have to solder on a fan connector to the PCB..

It does do an awesome job after rolling, but I can't help but feel like you have to be a programmer to operate one.

Not too many options for affordable logging of temps. If I did it again, I'd buy the USB version though, hard to find MBs with onboard com ports anymore these days.
    
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