Monday, January 16th 2012

TechPowerUp Announces RealTemp 3.70

TechPowerUp today published the latest version of RealTemp, a comprehensive system processor temperature monitoring, logging, and clock speed monitoring utility. Version 3.70 packs several important updates over the previous version, starting with support for 6-core Intel "Sandy Bridge-E" processors, complete support for "Sandy Bridge" processors, more reliable power-consumption estimation using VID, updated i7 Turbo GT tool that lets you monitor multiplier changes with EIST and Turbo Boost playing tug-of-war, improved log file formatting, and visually-better max-temperature reporting through system-tray.

DOWNLOAD: RealTemp 3.70
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33 Comments on TechPowerUp Announces RealTemp 3.70

#2
jdr
by: Rule-R
Awesome!
Ah ok let me try that one. Thanks:)
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#4
Frederik S
Staff
Awesome tool!!

Keep up the good work!

Cheers,
Fred
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#8
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
Hehe, maybe this will work a little better than the Asus monitoring utility that locks up when the CPU gets hot. :laugh: I'll try it out tonight.
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#9
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
by: Live OR Die
Can we get a ROG theme ;)
Sure, if ASUS pays us for that.
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#10
Sasqui
I must have been sleeping... when did TPU pick up RealTemp?

That's awesome.
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#11
W1zzard
by: Sasqui
I must have been sleeping... when did TPU pick up RealTemp?
april 2008
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#12
Completely Bonkers
I'd love to see the RT log being useful in diagnosing bottlenecks... like being able to track utilisation of CPU and GPU and FPS simultaneously. Run a bench or a game. Then load up the log. See what is happening at the frame drops. Is it CPU, GP or both, and what relative combination. Would be a BOON for making recommendations for upgrades... and working out where the best bang for buck is to solve a specific user/usage scenario slowdown/bottleneck.
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#14
Delta6326
Awesome! I use RealTemp 24/7 on all my computer's!
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#15
mlee49
Thanks UncleWebb, your my favorite programmer!!!

Remember to Donate guys!!!!!
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#16
brandonwh64
Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!
Unclewebb, Does this fix the wattage reporting? mine says 73W with 4.3Ghz 1.275V? shouldn't that be higher?
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#17
CrAsHnBuRnXp
by: Sasqui
I must have been sleeping... when did TPU pick up RealTemp?

That's awesome.
by: W1zzard
april 2008
I was unaware that TPU dealt with RealTemp either.
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#18
brandonwh64
Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!
by: CrAsHnBuRnXp
I was unaware that TPU dealt with RealTemp either.
I believe realtemp has always been made by unclewebb on TPU or was it passed off?
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#19
WhiteLotus
Any way to incorporate this in to the already decent GPU-z. Call it something else and viola, one tool to rule them all.
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#20
Sasqui
by: CrAsHnBuRnXp
I was unaware that TPU dealt with RealTemp either.
by: brandonwh64
I believe realtemp has always been made by unclewebb on TPU or was it passed off?
Yea, I thought years ago (mid 2000's), the original writer scrapped it because it was just taking too much time to keep up with all the hardware and support questions.
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#21
cristian.a



phenom ii x 2 550 no soported

:confused::confused::confused::confused:
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#25
brandonwh64
Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!
by: TheLaughingMan
No AMD user should apply. Move along, move along. Nothing to see here.
AMD GUY>>>>>
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