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    ASUS LCD display

    OK, can anyone recommend (if there is one) a front panel for an Asus P5B-E motherboard that would give temp information etc.

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    Im not sure but you could get a fan control card.

    I think they can be connected to the heatsink of your CPU cooler and you can get a readout on a little screen.

    I have an Akasa Fan Control Pro Card. It just fits in a normal CD Drive bay and then you just connect it all up.

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    Cheers fella, yeah I have seen those but dont really need one in all honesty. What I was hoping was for one with an LCD display showing CPU, GPU and ambient temps etc.

    Maybe there is not one but was just an idea.

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    Well you could use this for the same thing, the connector is just a little thermometer type thingy so am sure you could just put the senser on the CPU, GPU and maybe somewhere in the case...

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