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    hi does anyone know any links to a software that i can use to see my cpu temp cause i cant see it in my bios?

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    First of all would be what motherboard do you have? :?:
    But check out Motherboard Monitor and down on the left side is a list of mobo makers and their boards and whether they are compatable. ;)
    <center>:cheers:</center>

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    i did checked out the motherboard monitor website and i looked under chaintech which is the manufactuer of my MB and to my suprise
    mine was not on the list,it was not compatible now i am scared to
    overclock a little since i dont know where my temp is at and where it will be:confused:

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    You can always try something like a CompuNurse (or something like that) which is basically a temperature probe. As far as I know they are simple and easy to use. I have seen them for about US$12. If you want something more elaborate you could try a DigiDoc5 which has several probes that you can use to monitor the temperatures in several parts of your case as well as your cpu. This may be useful if you want to map out case temperatures. The DigiDocs go for about US$50 and mounts in a 5 1/4" slot.

    Hope that helps
    JM :afro:
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    i havent seen many ppl use chaintechs... are they any good? :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by kmnfive
    i havent seen many ppl use chaintechs... are they any good? :D

    They are tied in with PC Chips... those "value" boards that are buggier than a hot night in Manilla :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albinus



    They are tied in with PC Chips... those "value" boards that are buggier than a hot night in Manilla :(
    That might explain why hardly anyones heard of them...;)
    <Insert Witty Comment Here.>

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    They're generally used by OEMs. :smokin:

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    hmm touché =)
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    Quote Originally Posted by kmnfive
    hmm touché =)

    What? :confused:

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