I am very pleased to find RealTemp, and have installed the latest stable verskion. But there are some questions: 1. RealTemp appears to be presented as supporting all Intel chips, but my laptop, which has a Pentium 4, gives an error message that seems to say that the cpu is not supported. Is Pentium 4 supported? 2. Another well known temperature monitoring program purports to throttle down a cpu to an extent that can be determined by the user when the cpu reaches a temperature that can be determined by the user. Is this a genuine feature, and if so is it something that RealTemp will develop? 3. Are the maximum temperatures the result of the software detecting which chip is fitted and empirical information about what temperatue the chip will fail at? 4. My desktop has an I7, which I gather has 8 cores. But the software seems to monitor only 4 cores. Is this because the I7 is not fully supported yet? 5. Is calibration required?