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what program can i use to monitor my temps

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Kunaak

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Sep 28, 2002
Location
Juneau Alaska
I don't like MBM5.
it annoys me, so many things on my motherboards always can't be picked up with this program.
it just annoys me, cause theres so many things that just seem to do nothing.

I personally found a different program called "speedfan"
it picks up the RPM of all yours fans automatically.
it shows your voltages all automatically.
it shows your CPU speed, automatically.
Temps automatically...

nothing beats simplicity.
 
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wildbilly2k

wildbilly2k

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Jul 25, 2001
Location
Arizona
cool you know where i can get speed fan cause i use to have it but then i formatted and that is why im looking for a new one
 

maxima88

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Jan 24, 2002
I have MBM5 startup w/ WinXP and use it all the time.
Speedfan is also one of my favorites only because there's an indicator that tells you if the temps are on the downswing or not.

Both programs will give you almost identical temp and voltage values.
 

masitti

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May 16, 2002
Location
Colorado
I like MBM5... has good support for my mobo, but the initial setup of the way I like takes a good 1/2 hour to setup. :eh?:
 

Lt.HMustard

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Oct 15, 2002
right now I'm using MBM5, I like it and didn't find it to take that long to setup.

Hmonitor is ok, pretty simple. I'll have to try speedfan.