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I need program that i can use to see my CPU temp. I have tried MBM5 but i dont see temperature readings anywhere. What should i use?
 

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which reading shows my CPU temp? (temp 1, temp 2, temp 3, temp, local temp, remote temp)
 

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Originally Posted by .XiLe.

which temp is my CPU? (temp 1, temp 2, temp 3, temp, local temp, remote temp)

what does it say under those temps?
 

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You have an ultra-d, why not use the smarguardian that comes in the mobo cd?

EDIT: In MBM5, the CPU temp is always sensor 1. Since you got a DFI, it is an ITE Super I/O, change sensor 1 to read the diode 1 and see what happens. You can also download the plug-in for sli motherboard, as it is already configured for Ultra D, DR, DR-Expert, and I have successfully implemented it on an nF3 mobo too.
 

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You have an ultra-d, why not use the smarguardian that comes in the mobo cd?

Thanks! Never knew what smartguardian was..

My CPU temp is 33 C. Is that a good temp?
 

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Originally Posted by .XiLe.

Thanks! Never knew what smartguardian was..

My CPU temp is 33 C. Is that a good temp?

Is that idle or at load? It is a good number, but it would be nice to know how much work is the system doing when you take that reading.
 
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