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which hardware monitor should i use?

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by keakar, Apr 1, 2007.

  1. keakar

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    i found it on powerup home page
     
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    Use whichever one you feel the most comfortable with. For me there is no "best hardware monitoring tool" they all have their advantages and disadvantages. You can give systool a try. It will monitor your hard drive, motherboard, CPU, and video card temperatures if all of your hardware is supported. You shouldn't have to pay for a monitoring program. All of the freeware ones are as good or better than the ones you can pay for.

    The two I use the most are:

    Systool

    Speedfan
     
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    hmmmm i guess i should have looked on the powerup home page
     
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