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06-24-06, 03:07 AM
I was wondering if anyone knew of any system monitoring programs that can give a read out of the GPU temperture and the CPU temperture and stuff like that.


06-24-06, 03:24 AM
Everest and nTune are what I use. You can still find the free version of Everest on the net if your good at looking.

06-24-06, 03:40 AM
Thanks a lot, EVEREST is pretty good.

06-29-06, 02:04 AM
Doesn't nTune only work on nforce boards?

06-29-06, 02:18 AM
Wow good topic. I've noticed some CRAZY behavior out of ASUS PC Probe II. Whenever I open it my wave volume gets dropped down to whatever the main is set at. WTF? So I'm kinda curious to see if there is a util out there that will monitor CPU/MB temps like MotherBoard Monitor did...

Any suggestions? Preferably something that I can just have running in the systray or a widget sort of application.

06-29-06, 02:27 AM
I dont know if its compatible with other boards, but the ITE Smartguardian program that came with my DFI board is excellent. Its simple, and doesnt look real pretty, but it has manual fan controlls for the cpu, psu and chipset fans, and it has all voltage and temperature readings in one window updating in real time. Seems to be pretty accurate too.

EDIT: Ok, I looked around a bit, I think its DFI only.

06-29-06, 02:39 AM
hardware sensors monitor - mobo, cpu, hdd, fans, gpu
motherboard monitor - mobo, cpu, hdd, fans
rivatuner - GPU only

06-29-06, 10:00 AM
Yeah I tried nTune but it only works on nForce motherboards. I have EVEREST but it's not realtime and it's not very accurate, the GPU temp just stays the same and te CPU temp will jump from 3 to 43 sporadically. Anyone have any other suggestions?

06-29-06, 10:05 AM
Nevermind, Hmonitor works very well. Thanks again.

06-29-06, 07:17 PM
yeah i use it aswell. hmonitor ftw.

06-29-06, 07:27 PM
Everest shows all four GPU temps :D NV CP cant even do that :( Everest FTW.

06-29-06, 09:05 PM
Yea I like Everest

06-29-06, 10:12 PM
Well I liked EVEREST but it didn't seem to be very realtime, maybe I had the settings wrong. And the GPU temp. just stayed the same. Maybe I'm doing something wrong?

07-02-06, 05:29 AM
EVEREST, formerly known as Aida32 is essential all-in-one must have software