Temperature Monitoring Programs

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  1. Jesse

    Jesse PSN: iamajesse; XBL: Inhale My Rod; G8 GT crew; Ne OT Supporter

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    What are some good ones?
     
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    sppedfan, motherboard monitor
     
  3. Jesse

    Jesse PSN: iamajesse; XBL: Inhale My Rod; G8 GT crew; Ne OT Supporter

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    I just downloaded PC Probe for Asus motherboards. Anyone have any input on this? I'm not at home, so I can't set it up just yet.
     
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    Yep, its pretty good, monitor a few temps, speed of fans, voltages, its the only one I am using at the moment :big grin:
     
  6. Jesse

    Jesse PSN: iamajesse; XBL: Inhale My Rod; G8 GT crew; Ne OT Supporter

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    If its on guru3d, it probably has some worth. I'll test that out too, thanks.
     
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    best one out there imo
     
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    well since they quit making it, it doesn't support new mobo's...

    i still prefer speedfan.. much better program imo.
     
  9. SEPHROTH64

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    'nother vote for speedfan
     
  10. Jesse

    Jesse PSN: iamajesse; XBL: Inhale My Rod; G8 GT crew; Ne OT Supporter

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    Case: 20, CPU Diode: 50, CPU Socket 45

    Whats too hot?
    If I were to overclock this, what would be too high?
    Using retail fan on the CPU.
     
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    45 is too hot, already.
     
  12. Jesse

    Jesse PSN: iamajesse; XBL: Inhale My Rod; G8 GT crew; Ne OT Supporter

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    Thats what it runs at stock. 2800xp, no ocing.
     
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    yes, but you need a better fan. A good fan (zalman, for example) should put you at 30-32
     
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    i like ada32
    you can still get it of download.com i think
    i like that it tells you all of your computers specs as well
    and tests the read and right speed of your ram
     

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