ONSCREEN TEMPERATURE MONITORING
There's a great little utility that lets you keep track of temperature all of the time. It comes with other features like overvoltage warning, overtemp warning and more.
Its MBM383122.zip from www.euronet.nl/users/darkside/mbmonitor/
Roy, exactly what temperature does this program monitor? Is it the mobo temp or the cpu temp?
Is there any way to get rid of the splash screen?
Abit calls it System Temperature. It seem to correspond with what the heatsink feels like when I touch it, so probably CPU Temp.
Thinking about it further, it must be CPU. When I super-cool the heatsink with Quik-Freeze, the reading drops quite rapidly.
I haven't tried to get rid of the splash. It's only there for a few seconds at 527 MHz.
[This message has been edited by Roy (edited 02-13-99).]
It is the MotherBoard Temp only! It does not monitor the CPU. The sensor is located on the board by the slots for the cards. Hope that helps. Jim Ps Unless they changed it? Have been using diff, vers of it for over a year. Have Ver383. On a Abit BX6 it is only MB monitor.
You may well be correct. But super-cooling the sink sure changed the reading quickly!
MBM will monitor up to 3 temperatures. I have mine reading case temp and cpu temp and both alternating on the traymgr icon!
[This message has been edited by RafaQ (edited 02-13-99).]
Ahh! More to learn! Thanks!
[This message has been edited by Roy (edited 02-14-99).]
I think this is going to cause problems for some people. MB Monitor is only the program
that will allow you to read diff temps. But in order to use it at 1-3 diff settings you must first have a Motherboard that has 3 diff points to pick up those temps. As such everyone should state what MB they have it working on and what temp points it will read and did you mod the board. On a Abit BX6 it only monitors the MB Temp. And i think on all Abit MBs it only reads the MB Temp? Unless you make changes to your MB. Don't know about the new BX6-2? Hope that helps. Jim
I have an Abit BX6 mobo so I guess I can monitor the mobo temp only.
Can you infer anything about the cpu temp from the mobo temp?
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