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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-06-2009, 10:40 PM Thread Starter
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what program are you guys running to monitor ur cpu temp & or fan speeds??

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-07-2009, 07:27 AM
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I typically google to find the latest and greatest.

From there I get a baseline and if satisfied I do not let the program be a TSR. IMHO it is not worth the resource lost for that.

From time to time (every 6 months or so?) I'll fire it up again to do another check.

I also believe if you're running Vista, they'll have some gadgets to do it. Same concept though. What kind of PC you got? Home grown or name brand?

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I typically google to find the latest and greatest.

From there I get a baseline and if satisfied I do not let the program be a TSR. IMHO it is not worth the resource lost for that.

From time to time (every 6 months or so?) I'll fire it up again to do another check.

I also believe if you're running Vista, they'll have some gadgets to do it. Same concept though. What kind of PC you got? Home grown or name brand?
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I typically google to find the latest and greatest.

From there I get a baseline and if satisfied I do not let the program be a TSR. IMHO it is not worth the resource lost for that.

From time to time (every 6 months or so?) I'll fire it up again to do another check.

I also believe if you're running Vista, they'll have some gadgets to do it. Same concept though. What kind of PC you got? Home grown or name brand?

I think that guy committed suicide trying to read your reply.

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The grammar is not THAT bad is it? Hopefully it is just considered over done.

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"Speed fan"

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post #6 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-07-2009, 06:46 PM Thread Starter
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its a mix between home grown an dell, it is a dell demension 4700 with a 3.0ghz pentium 4 with a gig of ram and two maxtor 80 gig hard drives and a radeon x300(lookin for a good graphics card) running windows xp sp2. well i downloaded speed fan but im not real sure how to set it up to use it to its full potential, any help would be appreciated

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