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Old 20th June 2004, 23:15   #1
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Default Intel Active Monitor 1.2.1

Intel® Active Monitor is an alerting utility created by Intel and available exclusively on Intel® Desktop Boards1. As PCs increase in performance and decrease in size, monitoring the cooling and overall system health becomes more important. The Intel Active Monitor works with specialized sensors on your Intel Desktop Board to constantly monitor the system's temperatures, power supply voltages, and fan speeds. If temperatures become extremely hot or a system fan or power supply fails, the user is immediately notified........

In addition to displaying cooling information, Intel Active Monitor makes it easy for a user to identify the processor type and speed, look up desktop board, chipset, and memory information, and customize the alerts that may be generated and their thresholds. The Intel Active Monitor utility requires less than 1% of system resources.

Attention only Microsoft* Windows* XP Users: Intel Active Monitor may not work or uninstall properly if you have upgraded your system from Windows NT* or Windows 2000, or if you have installed an earlier Intel Active Monitor (prior to version 1.15) on a Windows XP system. Please download and run this patch [EXE 1.2 MB] on your XP system to help solve the above problems. After running this patch, please upgrade to the latest version of Intel Active Monitor for the best support of Microsoft Windows XP.

Note: Users with Intel® Pentium® 4 processors with 512KB cache or Intel® Celeron® processors in the 478-pin package should use Intel Active Monitor v1.17 or later for proper processor identification.

http://intel.com/design/motherbd/active.htm
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