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CPU temp temp\usage monitor

Discussion in 'General Software' started by AsRock, Feb 2, 2011.

  1. AsRock

    AsRock TPU addict

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    I am after a CPU Temp\Usage program with a OCD option while gaming.
     
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    hmm this would be cool! especially if RealTemp would do this!
     
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    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    AIDA64/Everest??? Not too positive, but I seem to remember the option.
     
  4. AsRock

    AsRock TPU addict

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    wow forgot about this thread lol.. AIDA64/Everest? i don't believe Aid64 does ( if ya on about the freeware version and not paying for some thing like this lol.
     
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    Still after such program.. Shame you cannot just put CPU-Z in the Techpowerup OSD folder like GPU-Z.
     
  6. d1nky

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    rivatuner and hwinfo is epic combined.

    any sensor on your mobo can be seen in osd.

    http://www.hwinfo.com/addons.php

    edit: ill go as far to say its the best OSD combi ive seen.
     
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    Core temp is the most common
     

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