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 SolvedSLI-ing two different cards (Silly question) Forum SolvedSilly cpu question Forum SolvedSilly Question Forum unallocated space partition on HDD drive recovering : Silly question Forum SolvedSilly SSD 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 Maybe a silly question but - Corsair 750D front fans have wood infront of them... so how do they work?! Forum Probably silly RAM questions Forum More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !