silly question Tags: Heatsinks Temperature CPUs Overclocking Last response: January 7, 2001 2:32 AM in Overclocking Share novice January 6, 2001 10:25:27 PM How can you check out your PC and CPU temperature? Is there a program or something on your screen?? Anyone please answer me. Just wondering More about : silly question Anonymous a b à CPUs a b K Overclocking January 7, 2001 12:10:14 AM Some motherboard manufacturers include an app to do this. I use Motherboard Monitor from <A HREF="http://mbm.livewiredev.com/" target="_new">http://mbm.livewiredev.com/</A>. It supports many motherboards. I use 4.18 and haven't tried the newer version yet. Mike Bubba January 7, 2001 2:32:22 AM Or you could look in the bios. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedA silly question Forum SolvedSilly question relating Motherboard and processor... Forum SolvedA silly question about RAM... Forum SolvedHelp with a silly question Forum SolvedThis might sound silly question re- GPU's Forum SolvedSilly Question LoL but please help Forum SolvedSilly question, but I can't screw in my motherboard Forum SolvedSilly question about if my old external HDD, will die sooner or later? 6 years and working Forum Solvedsilly question ... one gtx 690, disable multi gpu mode? Forum Another silly question Forum Solvedsilly questions 7850 core 2 quad Forum SolvedSLI-ing two different cards (Silly question) Forum SolvedSilly cpu question Forum SolvedSilly Question Forum SolvedSilly SSD Question Forum unallocated space partition on HDD drive recovering : Silly question Forum SolvedSilly Cable Managment Question...? Forum SolvedAnothet silly question about memory Forum Silly but a crazy Question that I just cannot seem to grasp. Forum Is my motherboard damaged? silly question... Forum More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !