Originally posted by Smokin-A.I.
4-w .. so true , but if you want to watch what every thing is doing at a glance i guess that is the way to go..for instance if you are having a heat problem ..a glance will tell you where its at
why can't you just look at the monitor? I have speedfan and MBM5 for that same purpose. they are free and easy to install. tells me CPU,chipset,HD, RAM temps, fan RPM's, voltage settings, graphs of performance...even has alarm functions and extras just like the software for an LCD.
compared to an expensive LCD screen that needs to be installed and plugged in and configured. it looks kewl, but for free vs. ~$80+ i'd go with free lol.