Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by keakar, Apr 1, 2007.
i found it on powerup home page
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:
hmmmm i guess i should have looked on the powerup home page
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