|goingpostale1 ||25th January 2006 08:14 |
Gigabyte K8NE and MBM 5 Hmonitor or ...
I'm wondering if anyone knows of a program to monitor the temperature of a Nforce 4 (4x). MBM 5 support has ceased to exist and Hmonitor doesn't either. I'm just looking to monitor cpu temps via windows. I've heard of speedfan, but is there anything else?
|jmke ||7th February 2006 13:20 |
did you try [g]speedfan[/g]? doesn't Gigabyte include a monitoring tool?
|goingpostale1 ||9th February 2006 07:49 |
I tried Speedfan, but it gives me a reading of 29, 28 and 72 Celsius and isnt specific which sensor its concering on the motherboard. The 72 never changes, I've got a passive NB heatsink so I'm guessing that could be the source of hose unhealthy temps. My cpu runs around 35 * C load with 6 Panaflo H1As and a Freezer 64 at full speed. Havent had much success sifting though the sheer amount of useless crap abounding on Gigabyte's site.
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