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DrLecter 27th November, 2006 07:37 AM

CPU Temp. Monitoring
 
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Hello all. N00btard to this forum. Looks promising. :thumbsup:

I'm curious- Have any of you found a CPU temperature-monitoring app. that works with Windoze 64-bit Vista R.C.2 (build 5744)? The one bundled with my mobo (P5WD2) is not compatible, and it wasn't accurate at any rate. I found a 'desktop Gadget' that does, but I don't trust it.

MrSeanKon 27th November, 2006 08:37 AM

Welcome to Aoaforums! :)
You should post more info.
What's your CPU and your mainboard?
Have you tried something of them click here I mean MBM, CoreTemp etc???

Samuknow 27th November, 2006 01:14 PM

None are going to be dead accurate. Use them only as a reference.

I use everest home as a quick check. Not sure if it works on Vista 64 bit.

Your probably ok using the mobo software.

skool h8r 27th November, 2006 01:52 PM

Speedfan offers all the features you need to monitor most mainboards and temperatures (as well as voltages and fan speeds).

Samuknow 27th November, 2006 03:40 PM

I haven't used speedfan in a while...

Good on...

keithwalton 27th November, 2006 03:58 PM

Intels 'TaT' is good program that works in vista, and reads the on chip thermal monitor correctly. However it only supports pentium m, and core / core 2 chips.

raphael2040 27th November, 2006 08:17 PM

For nVidia chipsets, try nTune.

Don't know much about that motherboard, so I dunno whether it'll have a nVidia chipset or not.

And welcome to AOA! =D

keithwalton 28th November, 2006 02:48 AM

The P5WD2 i believe is on the i955 chipset, it predates the now commonly used and similarly named p5wdh which is a i975x board

MrSeanKon 28th November, 2006 10:10 AM

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Originally Posted by Samuknow
Your probably ok using the mobo software.

Honestly I use mobo's software cos I do not want many installed applications for the same thing. :D

keithwalton 28th November, 2006 12:40 PM

I dont use any temperature monitors or anything, don't need them. I trust that my mobo is monitoring all the values by itself and will take the appropriate action when somthing goes a mis.

I do use TAT every once in a while for a giggle (mainly when its really cold outside and i've got my water coolent in the cold air almost freezing) It was funny to see the fully loaded temp of my system on die to read just over 30C (usually reads about 50c) and when i let it idle the cpu dropped to single figures.


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