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What is the best Software to Monitor GPU CPU temps

Im not happy with what I am currently using.
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  1. speccy
  2. Speed fan and Speccy..
  3. I like using CPUID HWMonitor...its a very simple program that checks the minimum, maximum and current temps! :) Hope this helps

    http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html
  4. Yeah,,HWmonitor is pretty good,,speccy is also good,,,or you can use GPU-z to record your temps in a notepad when you are in-game
  5. HW monitor sometimes shows fake temps, you can use AMD Overdrive if you are using AMD hardware.
  6. Danbuscus25 said:
    speccy

    I'll be sure to try this out thx
  7. np :)
  8. sourodip said:
    HW monitor sometimes shows fake temps, you can use AMD Overdrive if you are using AMD hardware.


    My rig
    Athlon II X4 630
    Dell 04gjjt Mobo
    6GB DDR3 running at 1333
    EVGA GTX 750ti SC with ACX cooler
    EVGA 600B
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    noob222 said:
    Danbuscus25 said:
    speccy

    I'll be sure to try this out thx


    Speccy is really simple,,use that,,,but if you wanna see how your GPU temps fair when you are in-game,,alt+tab-ing would not help,,so i suggest get GPU-z as well,,,,enable "Log to file" in sensors tab and it will record all your temps for you
  10. My rig
    Athlon II X4 630
    Dell 04gjjt Mobo
    6GB DDR3 running at 1333
    EVGA GTX 750ti SC with ACX cooler
    EVGA 600B
    I am in the OEM Dell case still. Today I cut a hole in the side of it and super glued a piece of glass from an old picture frame. I installed some LED lights that I had laying around. It looks awesome for a free upgrade IMO.
    My only concern is that the airflow in this case is horrible and I was thinking about installing a fan in the front and drilling some holes in the side. I just did not know if I should be that concerned about temps.
    Does any know where I can find max operating temps for CPU GPU
  11. for your cpu, keep it under ~80c and the gpu under ~85c
  12. noob222 said:
    My rig
    Athlon II X4 630
    Dell 04gjjt Mobo
    6GB DDR3 running at 1333
    EVGA GTX 750ti SC with ACX cooler
    EVGA 600B
    I am in the OEM Dell case still. Today I cut a hole in the side of it and super glued a piece of glass from an old picture frame. I installed some LED lights that I had laying around. It looks awesome for a free upgrade IMO.
    My only concern is that the airflow in this case is horrible and I was thinking about installing a fan in the front and drilling some holes in the side. I just did not know if I should be that concerned about temps.
    Does any know where I can find max operating temps for CPU GPU


    dude you dont need to worry,,,most gpuz today can handle temps around 95 degrees,,,but i dont think you have to worry as long as it is around mid 80s,,,but i dont think you are going to reach that temp,,throw in a fan if you wanna
  13. Maximum operating temperature for your CPU is up to 71 C

    Maximum operating temperature for your EVGA GPU is up to 95 C.. (Given in that table)
  14. The 750ti has got a TDP of 60W,so temps would max temps would be around 95C and for the cpu(x4 630),it's a 95W processor and it's max. operating temp. would is 55C-71C.
    Download AOD utility.
  15. max temps are not measured by the TDP of the card, the TDP is how much power the card draws. otherwise, a R295 x2 could reach 500c and be ok.
  16. http://i36.photobucket.com/albums/e29/Boomstick222/IMG_20140728_2133579441_zps95cf113e.jpg

    I have one exhaust fan that I think is 92mm and that is it for airflow. I was considering drilling a grid of holes on the bottom right side of the side panel and installing a 120mm pulling air in. I do not have any 3pins on my mobo so I would have to get a 4pin molex to 3pin adapter which would leave that fan running at 100%. I already have a spare fan laying around.
  17. No,no i didn't meant that, i wrote it kinda absent mindedly.
  18. lol ok, modern amd cpu's can get up to about 80c before they will start to throttle and age faster, and gpu's around 85c, maybe a little lower for nvidia gpu's.
  19. My HD7750 with a TDP of just 55W doesn't ever reaches >60-61C, so nvidia calls the 750Ti 'power efficient" ? What a joke
  20. the 750 Ti is one of the most power efficient gpu's out there, no other card of that wattage will give you the same performance. i think you need to research the difference between tdp and max wattage and max temp a little :)
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