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  1. lpfreak

    lpfreak New Member

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    Hey guys i was wondering if you people knew of any good software monitors, preferabaly with the same features as sensorsview - cpu temp/fanspeed, mobo temp, hdd temp, chassis fan speeds, voltages, etc... something like speedfan but has a desktop monitoring at-a-glance panel thing. Only looking for a new one because my sensorsview trial expired :(
     
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    Speedfan is pretty good... I guess everest possibly.
     
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    Everest does what you're asking for, and more.
     
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    I just downloaded the new everest 2007 today, better sensor reality for sure over the 2006 version! Check it out ;)
     
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    The good thing is, it also does several benchmarks as well (well at least the Ultimate Edition does).
     
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    ok everest is good for what i wanted, now how do i make the font smaller, cant find in settings and its MASSSSIVE
     

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