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GPU temperature monitoring
#1
Is there any program that shows gpu temperature? I tried ATI tool but doesn't show temperature.
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#2
GPU-Z? Everest shows it too
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#3
In what part in everest it is gpu temperature? Or it might be that my gpu doesn't have thermometer.
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#4
computer---->sensor
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#5
MSI Afterburner. It is based on Riva-tuner. EVGA precision is better, but won't work with ATI cards.
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#6
Everest works great with this Multi Sensor desktop gadget. It's just about as accurate as GPU-Z and EVGA Precision. The readings are the same except for like a 1 second delay on the gadget.

When using Everest, you can enable and customize the gadget under File > Preferences and under "Vista Sidebar" and "Sidebar Items". Alternatively, you can have temps displayed in the System Tray under the "Sensor Icons" within Preferences.
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#7
everest is the best for you
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#8
Hwmonitor
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(07-14-2010, 09:10 PM)ChronicNL Wrote: Hwmonitor

totally seconded it!
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Mio: Aaaaaaah!! x_x
Seriously, the way she acts, you'd think she grew up with ghosts.
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#10
I'm afraid to trust HWmonitor. It shows lower temps than Everest for me (CPU).
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