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Old 09-01-2006, 11:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone know of a proigram that can display my case temps outside of the BIOS?

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i've never used it myself but i here plenty of forum members mention Everest. any motherboard in particular you wish to use it for because generally the manufacturers software is better e.g. with DFI use ITE Smart Guardian.
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Speedfan is great as a compact one, with many details, but for the whole lot of info you should get Everest.

However, if all u want is temps, then I highly reccomend SpeedFan.

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