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    Temperature Monitoring...Vista 64 bit

    Just wondering.
    Does anyone know of a temperature monitoring progran that i can use with vista 64bit.
    I have an eVGA 8800GTS and would like to know the temps underload but Rivatuner and ATITool need different kernels so cannot run.

    I have found nvidia ntune btw......but do you have to have an nForce mobo to run it?
    Any ideas?
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    ntune and monitor should check anything with an nvidia driver... It just wont show you..chipset temps etc.. well it might i've never used it on anything buy nvidia lol

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