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CPU & GPU Temerature Gadget/Widget for XP

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  1. fenurch

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    Is there one for XP?
    If there is, it's most likely based on DesktopX.
    Preferably not a big resource eater.
    I only need to know GPU & CPU Temperature.

    Thank you
     
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    Well there is a Sidebar you can download for XP, and there are gadgets to view the temps, you will have to google.

    If you just want to know the temps, coretemp is for CPU and and RivaTuner for GPU
     
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    Speedfan isn't a Widget that you could display on Desktop.

    if somebody didn't get what I mean then listen - I want a program/gadget/widget that displays CPU and GPU temprature on my Dekstop.
     
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    Everest has an OSD that displays that and lot more.
     
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    Dont need to come across like an ass. Maybe phrase things better so people can understand what you mean the first time around.

    As for CPU and GPU temps, get Everest. It displays all that sort of stuff in the taskbar. Its what I use. EVGA Precision can also display GPU temps.
     
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    Yes but if you minimize it and set it to show gpu and cpu then it`s teh same thing
     
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    Crash - I read it over myself, and it practically didn't make any sense (my first post)
    francis - Could you give some more detailed Instructions? e.g. Go where, do what e.t.c.
     
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    I search for that once and i did not find anything good. Maybe one day, someone will make one.
     
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    Or am I wrong ?
     
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    As far as I know, there's no integrated gadget such as one, Everest has, although I did dig up some Speedfan Sidebar but it seems like it's made for Vista Sidebar ;[

    BTW WTF is Everest Sidebar only working for Vista?
     
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    Works in tandem with Vista Sidebar.
     
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    OK...

    So why can you not modify it to display the CPU/GPU temperatures?
     
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    Update. Or use speedfan + atitool (bottom right corner) like in picture
     

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