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    Are there any programs available that can all in one monitor the temperature of the CPU, hard-drive and everything else there is to monitor?

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    There is a program that I use called Speedfan....

    http://mts.tucows.com/preview/226226.html

    I like it.. simple to use.

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    oh man!! reddragon i also took your advice on this program it works so well thanks!!!:cheers:
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    http://mbm.livewiredev.com/

    i find this one excellent, monitoring temperatures, fan speeds, voltages...
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    Quote Originally Posted by efloetry83
    oh man!! reddragon i also took your advice on this program it works so well thanks!!!:cheers:
    No problem.. glad I could help, if you notice there is also and overclocking feature available too... I haven't played with it, so I don't know how well it works.

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    You can only monitor the temperature of something if a sensor exists. This means the only way you can monitor HD temps would be with a thermal probe going to an external LCD readout. The same applies to all ATI and older Nvidia graphics cards.

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