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CPU & GPU temp monitoring + logging + Tray

First post but I've done a lot a research and can't find the sort of program i'm looking for. Is there such thing as a program that will log both CPU and GPU temps and also minimizes to the tray and displays both temps in tray mode? please don't offer separate programs for GPU and CPU (I know they exist!), i'm looking for an all in one. does such software exist?
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  1. Speedfan is exactly what you're looking for. http://www.almico.com/sfdownload.php

    You can also program your fan speeds with it, although learning how is a little bit tricky for new users.
  2. Speedfan will monitor different temperatures, including cpu and gpu.
    It can display them in the tray, but only one at a time so far as I know.
    But, there is no reason why you can't launch two different copies to see both temperatures.
    As to logging, I don't think so. It will display a graph of temperatures over some time period.
  3. geofelt said:
    Speedfan will monitor different temperatures, including cpu and gpu.
    It can display them in the tray, but only one at a time so far as I know.
    But, there is no reason why you can't launch two different copies to see both temperatures.
    As to logging, I don't think so. It will display a graph of temperatures over some time period.


    If you put your mouse over speedfan in the tray it'll display most temps. It'll display every temp but only 1 core temp.

    However I don't think it logs; but GPU-Z certainly does.
  4. i have an asus rampage iv gene btw. i don't know if that helps or not.
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    BrushesTeethOnlyWhenGoingOut said:
    i have an asus rampage iv gene btw. i don't know if that helps or not.


    It really doesn't matter- but seriously, Speedfan is exactly what you're looking for.
  6. i tried using speedfan but it was giving me an inaccurate cpu temp, it gave me a temp of 80c... doing more research, i found what I've been looking for. HWMonitor PRO http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor-pro.html I trust CPUID, hopefully the temps are accurate.
  7. I don't know how it was in 2013, but as of 2016, speedfan v. 4.51 CAN log temperatures in a CSV file, which looks like this:

    Quote:

    Seconds GPU Core 0 Core 1
    40693 30,0 40,0 35,0
    40695 30,0 40,0 35,0
    40698 30,0 41,0 35,0
    (...)


    Note that to make it work you have to do BOTH of the below:

    1. Enable logging in general: Reading -> Configure... -> Log -> check "Enabled" -> OK

    2. Enable logging for specific checks: Reading -> Configure... -> Temperatures -> select each check that is interesting for you and check "Logged" at the bottom -> OK
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