Temp on P4 1.9cpu

  smegs 01:13 15 Jul 03
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I have seen people ask the tempreture of their CPU's, can anybody tell me where this information is? I've got Xp home edition.

you will need a utility that reads the sensors on your motherboard, try MBM from click here .or check out your motherboard manufacturers website for a utility.

  hugh-265156 01:27 15 Jul 03

most up to date motherboards have a hardware monitor in the bios.this is usually the most accurate reading.

have a look at your screen when you turn on the computer and it will tell you which key/s to press to enter.

aida32 will monitor temps in windows and gives some useful info on other things too.click here

  smegs 01:41 15 Jul 03

Thanks for that. I have3 downloaded MBM, but it's not telling me the temp. It's telling me that my mobo is not known. I have just downloaded aida32, will give it a go in the morning. Thanks very much. Good night.

  hugh-265156 01:45 15 Jul 03

in aida find the temps by clicking computer then sensor.

  Andsome 08:42 15 Jul 03

P.C.Doctor is available for approximately £30+. I get a constant read out of three temperatures. At the moment I am showing CPU 31, HDD 35, SYS 27.

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