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Which program do you use to monitor temperatures ?

#1SteelPunk808Posted 4/19/2014 12:39:24 PM
Every single one I have Googled were scanned and denied for harmful Malware when download was attempted.
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#2WyzeGyePosted 4/19/2014 12:40:22 PM
http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html

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#3SnadadosPosted 4/19/2014 12:48:01 PM(edited)
MSI afterburner.

It lets me monitor both my GPU and CPU, check my FPS in games, record gameplay and over clock my GPU.

*Edit*
Anyone who looks into MSI Afterburner, get the beta version, the official release version is about a year and a half old and is missing a ton of features the beta version has had for over a year.
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#4Nineteen99Posted 4/19/2014 12:48:17 PM
GPUZ, CPUZ, and MSI Afterburner, depending on my needs at the moment.
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#5WerdnAndreWPosted 4/19/2014 12:57:40 PM
Open Hardware Monitor
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#6cody4783Posted 4/19/2014 1:04:37 PM
+1 for MSI Afterburner. The new(er) Beta versions support CPU and GPU temps, along with a slew of other resource monitoring information.

Otherwise, for the oddities like HDD temps, I have Open Hardware Monitor as well.
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#7CELTEKKPosted 4/19/2014 1:08:47 PM
hw monitor.
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#8the_dracolichPosted 4/19/2014 1:11:11 PM
RealTemp for CPU
GPU-Z
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#9SteelPunk808(Topic Creator)Posted 4/19/2014 1:28:39 PM
Thanks. Yeah I was playing WoW and I placed my hand on my 780 to see if it was even hot and boy it felt pretty hot to me. I didnt think it would break a sweat running WoW lol
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#10EpicKingdom_Posted 4/19/2014 1:30:29 PM
HWmonitor.
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