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The best software to view temperature and fps

Hi,

I am a noob in this area and want to know what software you guys uses for temperature monitoring and seeing that FPS is when you are playing a game.

I used to use Speccy but I think there should be better software than that...

Is there a software that could do all these?
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  1. fps - fraps ,

    temp - real temp
  2. Best answer
    msi afterburner has a statistics server software which will display many different stats on an overlay while playing applications (gpu temp, clock speed, fan speed, fps, etc), it even comes with an fps limiter which when set to 1fps bellow your screen refresh rate ie 59fps for 60hz it will stop any input lag when using vsync.
  3. ya msi afterburner is very good,but it suits more to advance user,not that easy to mess with it
  4. you can launch MSI display server without ever having to load the GPU tuner part of MSI afterburner.
  5. mauller07 said:
    msi afterburner has a statistics server software which will display many different stats on an overlay while playing applications (gpu temp, clock speed, fan speed, fps, etc), it even comes with an fps limiter which when set to 1fps bellow your screen refresh rate ie 59fps for 60hz it will stop any input lag when using vsync.


    I am using a Gigabyte motherboard (UD3H) and a Sapphire HD 7970 graphics card. I cam still use the MSI afterburner right?
  6. Harby3 said:
    mauller07 said:
    msi afterburner has a statistics server software which will display many different stats on an overlay while playing applications (gpu temp, clock speed, fan speed, fps, etc), it even comes with an fps limiter which when set to 1fps bellow your screen refresh rate ie 59fps for 60hz it will stop any input lag when using vsync.


    I am using a Gigabyte motherboard (UD3H) and a Sapphire HD 7970 graphics card. I cam still use the MSI afterburner right?


    yes you can use it
  7. I'm using HWMonitor from CPUID. Is this ok or I should add Real Temp?
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