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Old 09-27-2007, 03:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone know a program that will monitor both cards' temps in an sli configuration? I have read that you can "mod" motherboard monitor to do it but I didn't see clear instructions. The card that has less airflow is the one I want to monitor, and of course it's the one that isn't being monitored
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Everest only shows one gpu and one temp. And yes, sli is enabled and set up correctly.
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hmm...everest should show individual temps.

What about ntune and rivatuner?
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Well I rechecked everest and I was looking in the wrong spot. Thanks gurusan!
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