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Old 03-07-2004, 08:25 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default whats a good program that tells you the temp of your comp

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cpu, graphic card, mobo etc...

Cuz i overclocked my 2200 to 2.1 ghz (from 1.8) but had no way of telling the temps, so i had to put it back to 1.8 so i wouldent unknowling fry somthing
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What motherboard do you have?
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What motherboard do you have? There is often software on the chipset drivers disk for Windows based temperature monitoring.
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lol, beat me to it Mouse.
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or there are cases that display temp...
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so anyone know a program i can use?
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Yes, Asus makes a program called probe that shows you your temperatures. Look in your motherboard retail box for a disc. It's in that disc. If you don't have a disc head on over to www.asus.com and look for the program. I'm sure it's in there.
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