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Ok so i just got a 8800 GT put into my computer.. heh had bestbuy do it anyways... how do i get into it to see its temperture?
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Adrenalin

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Use everest.
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Is there a free client i could use?
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Adrenalin

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Everest is free, the last time i checked.
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SPEEDFAN

EVEREST

Both of these are free.

Edited by keithr128, 17 December 2007 - 08:33 AM.

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Everest Home is free and Everest Ultimate which has more temps options isn't. You can see it using the home edition.

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I believe you can use ATiTool too :)
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I believe you can use ATiTool too :)


No you can not use ATI tool on an nVidia card.

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I believe you can use ATiTool too :)


No you can not use ATI tool on an nVidia card.

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Wrong, yes you can.
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