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post #1 of 142 (permalink) Old 05-04-2007, 01:35 PM - Thread Starter
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Core Temp is an application used to monitor CPU temperature.

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Version .95 reboots several of my systems when I launch it. 0.94 works fine though. I guess it is a know bug though for some systems. Just be aware.

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The site link has ver 94 too

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Ive had no problem with .95. I actually like it better as it shows the temp in the tray, without having to hover the mouse over it.

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says my chip isnt valid intel...

intel celeron D 2.4 far as i know, its valid haha.


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Thats quite common with the pentium 4 processors,I guess the same for the celeron d, I guess use speedfan instead.

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post #7 of 142 (permalink) Old 05-11-2007, 12:04 PM
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Just ran it on my office rig, apparently a Pentium D isn't a Intel processor lol
Oh well. Works on my game rig though
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Older Intel CPUs are not compatible with the temperature monitors that read internal core temperatures.

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So what are the main diffrence's between this and the older vers?

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