Monitoring temperatures

Discussion in 'Monitoring' started by Nutti, Mar 26, 2013.

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  1. Nutti

    Nutti Active Member

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    Hi!

    I´m setting up a new computer and have overclocked the processor (i7-920) about 20%. It's now running at 3,2GHz and I benchmarked it for 8hours with a max temp of 63'C. After this I format all drives and set up everything on a new ssd as OS disk. Now I don't know if it will ever rach 100% usage in the studio but still it feels little bit scary to not know the temps, especially at summer time...last summer I got +27'C in the controlroom! So I don't know how high temps it will reach there.

    To my question: Is there a superlittle resource demanding temp monitoring program that I could run in the background or atleast start and check now and then while I'm in a session? I would be interested in monitoring both cpu and hdd:s...

    Greetings from Finland!
     
  2. pcrecord

    pcrecord Don't you want the best recording like I do ? Well-Known Member

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    Speedfan is free and a lite solution
     
  3. TheJackAttack

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    |MG| SpeedFan 4.49 Download

    I also recommend Speedfan.
     
  4. Nutti

    Nutti Active Member

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    Thanks guys!
     
  5. thewonders

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    I haven't heard of SpeedFan - I'll try it out.

    But I've been using Core Temp for several years, and it works well.
     
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