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Temp monitoring application

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Hello Everyone,

As the time is rapidly approaching for me to install my first wc'ing I was hoping to log pre-wc'ing temps. I looked at SpeedFan and I thought that it would allow me to log the temp but when I looked at the log file it really did not have any information.

What do people out there use or recommend?

Charles
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Install MSI Live Update and Core Center from your drivers CD... I use that along with a temperature sensor I found a while back. I use the sensor for the ambient case temperature since Core Center / whatever program uses a sensor that's near the processor. The case temperature is a lot cooler and more stable than the onboard sensor would have you think.

Oh yeah... Welcome to the forum!
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