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Old 03-01-2006, 09:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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is there anyway to show your vid temp and your cpu temp on your backround or near your time in windows xp??? its just a pain to go into nvidia everytime i want to check my temps.

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It looks liek you have eVGA. I ahve an Asus vid card and it comes with Asus Smart Doctor. This way i just point the mouse over the icon on the bottom right of my desktop and it shows me the voltages and the temps of my videocard. Maybe eVGA has one of these programs too. I'm not sure.


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yea, it makes me open up like 2 things before i can view temps
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