Originally Posted by yoshi245
I suggest you get used to measuring it in Celsius from here on in as I don't think everyone wants to convert Fahrenheit to Celsius in order to know what your temps are. That and normal temperature monitoring programs like Hardware Monitor, SpeedFan, and others measure it in C predominately over F.
Also notice how 99% of all forum posts regarding temps people put out the numbers as C and not F.
Also, although most of the users here seem to be American, the rest of the world uses Celsius and sometimes others have a harder time understanding how hot Fahrenheit is compared to Celsius. Just makes things more convenient for many.