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Old 11th February 2003, 13:36   #1
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Default neat on-line temp toy

sjeek it out, it can read your cpu speed & temps and display an image of it online.

If you have ftp hosting, and don't mind upping a few kb's every xx seconds, people can see your CPU speed, temperatures, voltages, etc online! neato!

Here's mine, it should update every ten seconds:
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color scheme is too dark
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i'm still playing with it
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can even be used for something usefull
like testing load/idle temps & putting them in a neat little graph

no wait.. MBM does that already quite nicely
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Hey, I'm at home at the moment and i can see the temp of my pc @leuven... If i suddenly see it raise 5C every 5 minutes i know my pump failed.
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yes nice, and then you can, in realtime, see you PC burn, when the updates stop coming in
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terminal services --> take over your PC --> shut down (is that possible troiugh TS ?)
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awesome
http://users.pandora.be/deschildre/WebTemp/wtlight.gif
too bad you can't display the stress percentage of the proc to verify wether it's folding or not
 
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There's an option to show cpu load, but it doesn't show up on display. :s
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terminal services --> take over your PC --> shut down (is that possible troiugh TS ?)
yep, sure it possible
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