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    And don't say that the BIOS says that, 'cuz i want a windows applications...


    Thanks for any help....

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    look on you motherboard support CD under utilities. if there's no program there for it then it may not support monotoring outside the bios if at all.

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    Originally posted by Cygnuz-Y@6 August 2003 - 22:19
    And don't say that the BIOS says that, 'cuz i want a windows applications...


    Thanks for any help....   
    Try using a program that I find very helpful for diagnosing,monitoring,and benchmarking.

    SiSoftware Sandra Pro It has modules for motherboard temps,cpu and numerous
    other bits of valuable information.

    A note: When using monitoring programs they rely on a temperature sensor,
    either an thermal sensor which is located just beneath the processor or a internal
    sensor which is better because it gives you the most accurate temerature.

    The thermal sensors are located just beneath the processor,since it's not in physical contact with the cpu it only measures the air temerature beneath the
    processor,most of the heat is generated on the upper surface of the chip,where
    its in contact with the heatsink,the reading you get from a sensor thru a software
    program that relies on a thermal sensor is likely to be off by several degrees.

    Intell chips use internal sensors and AMD chips use thermal sensors.

    Peace and Respect brotherdoobie

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    hi there !
    CPUCool 7.2.2
    regards
    m8t

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    Try This Coolmon

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    i use Motherboard Monitor 5
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    Originally posted by 3rd gen noob@17 August 2003 - 16:23
    i use Motherboard Monitor 5
    yes motherboard monitor is a good one

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    i have this intel active monitor i got it in my motherboard cd:




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    i use Motherboard Monitor 5&nbsp;

    yup, motherboard monitor is my favorite..

  10. Software & Hardware   -   #10
    Originally posted by vegeta@17 August 2003 - 16:42
    your cpu core voltage is a little low

    what psu you got and what cpu?

    p.s. when taking screenshots, press alt+print screen to only capture the active window, then you won&#39;t need to cut down the shot in paint
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