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Thermal Events or Overheating


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petedageek

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A while ago I was reading a thread about overheating problems

Someone suggested a running a program that will extrapolate data and monitor cpu

temps and fans etc.... I am looking for that program

Thanks for your assistence


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What motherboard do you have. Some manufacturers have their own programs for monitoring temps etc. (ASUS does).
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I'm looking for something "universal" .

I would like to download to my jump drive and be able to carry it with me for on site diagnostics
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Try AIDA32, it's a pretty good diagnostic tool...
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