Originally Posted by Enigma8750
Yes.. You can get your CPU temps. I got some really sticky double sided 3M tape with that red backing that you can get at Lowe's in the Paint section. That stuff is like Nuclear tape. You take your temp sensor that is inside of a clear rubber tube and attach the tube to the side of the CPU and you can get some really close temp reading with that. That is the way that I do mine. I have the Lian Li Sensor unit. It watches the temps on my CPU, my video card and my hard drive and another I have just in a general area at the top of the case for case temp. I love mine and It works good. One thing to remember though. do not take that sensor out of its rubber tube. That sensor is bimetallic and very easy to break so be really careful applying them on the Surfaces.
Ok boss, where's you get your little ditty? Let me guess Lianli.com? I don't know if I can get my vid card temps the whole thing is a giant plastic box with a fan and a few vents. Dang my fingers are cold, typed that 3 times! It was 15f here last night only up to 30right now at 1 p.m. Guess I need to run a game to warm up the room.
BTW no one responded to my question about... If I get a bigger vid card how do take out the drive cage & put in a smaller one? If I have to take everything out of the case I'll just get a bigger case. The I'll have to leave this little family I found (sniff, sniff). :-(