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    I know this is mentioned in several threads but I can't seem to find it with the search function. What temp monitoring programs are there that I can use? I just replaced the stock thermal paste with AS5.

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    Well I have been using Speed Fan for a long time now and I love it

    You can get it here
    http://www.almico.com/speedfan.php

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    CoreTemp will show you the temps of the individual cores.
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    Awesome. Thanks a lot guys. I had nTune before but when I tried to uninstall and install a newer version, the old version had lodged itself into my registry so I couldn't install the new one.

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    Also Everest is a good program

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    speedfan

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    Hi Shiranai_Baka.

    I hope that you'll find what's best soultion for you.

    Second Generation Monitors:

    Motherboard Monitor is an excellent program that handles a wide variety of motherboards and sensors, but is no longer in development. Since the package will never be released open-source, as time goes on, it will be less and less usable. Thanks for your efforts, Alex van Kaam!

    If you have an Intel motherboard or motherboard based on an Intel Chipset, such as the Intel P35 Chipset, you can utilize the Intel Active Monitor.

    Third Generation Monitors:

    SpeedFan is a freeware program that monitors voltages, fan speeds and temperatures in computers with hardware monitor circuits. What really sets SpeedFan apart is that it can change fan speeds (if supported by your computers hardware) according to the temperatures measured inside your PC. SpeedFan makes it possible for you to run your PC as quietly as possible, while also running it safely.

    Hmonitor is really a cross breed between second and third generation monitoring software. If you purchase the professional version of the software can preempt a change in CPU frequency or fan speed based on an event.


    Regards !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 100mbit View Post
    Hi Shiranai_Baka.

    I hope that you'll find what's best soultion for you.

    Second Generation Monitors:

    Motherboard Monitor is an excellent program that handles a wide variety of motherboards and sensors, but is no longer in development. Since the package will never be released open-source, as time goes on, it will be less and less usable. Thanks for your efforts, Alex van Kaam!

    If you have an Intel motherboard or motherboard based on an Intel Chipset, such as the Intel P35 Chipset, you can utilize the Intel Active Monitor.

    Third Generation Monitors:

    SpeedFan is a freeware program that monitors voltages, fan speeds and temperatures in computers with hardware monitor circuits. What really sets SpeedFan apart is that it can change fan speeds (if supported by your computers hardware) according to the temperatures measured inside your PC. SpeedFan makes it possible for you to run your PC as quietly as possible, while also running it safely.

    Hmonitor is really a cross breed between second and third generation monitoring software. If you purchase the professional version of the software can preempt a change in CPU frequency or fan speed based on an event.


    Regards !!!
    Nice post 100mbit

    I recommend Speedfan, nice little program.

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