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    Re: Temperature monitoring of gaphics/video cards

    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzen View Post
    Im not getting 'bent out of shape'.
    You asked a question and was given an answer 3 times.

    On the other thing, get yourself the Ultimate Edition. Its very good.
    Okay, I will admit to two times – the first time, I had not specified all my requirements :-)

    As to the Ultimate Edition, I assume that the Home Edition is good enough for temps, and that is all I am interested in. I do not overclock or do all the other exciting stuff.

    Tomorrow pm, I will start installing.

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    Re: Temperature monitoring of gaphics/video cards

    Everest is a great ap, but if you cant get used to it then try, PC Wizard and HW monitoring CPUID

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    Re: Temperature monitoring of gaphics/video cards

    I was advised by a few peeps on here (blizten was one) when i was new, to everest. used it, and it is the best one.

    so yea, go for that

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    Re: Temperature monitoring of gaphics/video cards

    Quote Originally Posted by hse180 View Post
    Everest is a great ap, but if you cant get used to it then try, PC Wizard and HW monitoring CPUID
    Hello hse:

    I am using HW Monitoring now. I installed Everest, after having downloaded what I thought was the Home edition (the "final" one). However, it turned out to be Utimate, and I could not even get the trial version to open. But I figure that it is still overkill for someone who only wants to keep an eye on temperatures and occasionally check if an app uses too much resources. I also use CPU-Z. I have downloaded PC Wizard and put it in my Backburner folder, for future use (if I need it).

    Thanks for the tips.

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    Re: Temperature monitoring of gaphics/video cards

    i use ntune, works fine

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    Re: Temperature monitoring of gaphics/video cards

    Only thing is, Leon, I cannot see any CPU temperatures (I have 2 cores) in nTune. Are they there?

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    Re: Temperature monitoring of gaphics/video cards

    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzen View Post
    Everest is the best way i have found to monitor card temps.
    Seconded. for me, at least, the Vista sidebar thing is great for monitoring HDD, CPU and GPU temps.

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    Re: Temperature monitoring of gaphics/video cards

    Quote Originally Posted by Shooty* View Post
    Seconded. for me, at least, the Vista sidebar thing is great for monitoring HDD, CPU and GPU temps.
    Overwhelming support. Great. Let me ask: Do you (and others) have Ultimate or the free Home version?

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    Re: Temperature monitoring of gaphics/video cards

    Ultimate. Which is probably overkill, TBH, for me.

    If the home version has vista sidebar support (I don't know) then I'd probably have been happy with that. I can't recall now.

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    Re: Temperature monitoring of gaphics/video cards

    Everest is overkill for me too at the moment (using XP Home). When I update to Vista, I will revisit Everest.

    I'm using HWMonitor now, and it is just enough at the moment.

    I appreciate everyone's input on this issue. I've learned a lot (as usual at Hexus, my favorite forum).

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    Re: Temperature monitoring of gaphics/video cards

    Hey, how do you get Everest into the Sidebar?

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    Re: Temperature monitoring of gaphics/video cards

    Quote Originally Posted by Hans L View Post
    Overwhelming support. Great. Let me ask: Do you (and others) have Ultimate or the free Home version?

    Regards,

    Hans L
    Ultimate here. It was the only one that ran with Vista 64Bit when i got it.


    Quote Originally Posted by Thorsson View Post
    Hey, how do you get Everest into the Sidebar?
    It places an Everest Icon in your 'Add Gadgets' box........

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    Re: Temperature monitoring of gaphics/video cards

    If you go to File > properties in everest (I think that's right; I'm at work at the moment), it's in the list there. And you can configure waht you want to appear.

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    Re: Temperature monitoring of gaphics/video cards

    Thanks guys, It is at the end of prefs. Never noticed.

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