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Old 06-19-2007, 05:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What is the best software.. free or not, for monitoring temps. thanks
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^ Yep....those are the common ones to monitor temps. Theres also CoreTemp, which is pretty accurate.
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i like core temp...even though it is wrong (i have a 45nm amd) it gives me a number from which i can add 10 to and get my true temp. plus, its small.
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lol. wait 45nm are you sure. amd has an 18 month plan before it rolls em out....
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hah ha ....whoops too many beers for nagasama. i am the beta subject. lol wishful thinkin...
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