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Discussion in 'General Software' started by Frick, Sep 30, 2011.

  1. Frick

    Frick Fishfaced Nincompoop

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    Hey all.

    Is there a good program that can log temps in text files? I know i've seen that somewhere but I cannot for the life of me figure out which program it was.

    Thanks for looking!
     
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    you have an asus motherboard... do you have Asus AI suite installed? if so open it and go to TOOL>Sensor recorder
     
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    The last time I looked at software bundled with motherboards were in the s370 era and they all sucked back then. This didn't even cross my mind. Will look it up! :)
     
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    You might also check out Open Hardware Monitor. It unfortunately doesn't generate long-term logs with complete frame-by-frame temperature measurements but you might find it useful for more short-term monitoring with real-time graph and long-term logs with resettable min and max.
     
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    AI Suite II does not work, the version with that thing. Motherboard not supported.

    And OWM is pretty much like Cpuid HWM, which I already use. Cannot log to text files. :(
     
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    aida64 can log any sensor data it can monitor to CSV or HTML files.
     
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    I cannot output temps to textfiles, only create reports of how things looks at the moment. I want something that writes the temps to a textfile say once per minute or something like that.
     
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    Please forgive me, I am obviously not quite understanding what it is you want to do.

    I can use AIDA64 to create a .CSV file of my CPU temperatures (among other things) every ten seconds.

    Is that not what you want?
     
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    Wait what you can? I will dig into it. Thanks!

    EDIT: For some reason I had the Bussiness version, and there you cannot do that. Many many thanks! :)
     
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    I want to say it does not 'create a new file' for the given interval, it 'updates' the file you create at the prescribed interval.

    I tried logging my four cores and the CPU temps every ten seconds, and the file gets big quickly.

    However, I do not see a way to timestamp it.

    I will ask Fiery if it is possible to add a timestamp feature.
     
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    Apparently, I overlooked the first two options under Logging: Date and Time.
     
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