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Last response: in Graphics Cards
October 2, 2007 10:41:12 PM

I was using Speedfan, and sadly my computer doesn't give any temp readings except what I presume to be, the Harddrive. I have an older computer which gives the harddrive, local, and remote temp, though I'm unsure what the "remote" temp of it is. Anyways, how do I get a reading on my graphics card? Does that have to have its own separate temp reader? Silly to overclock it when I don't know its temperature.

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October 2, 2007 11:22:12 PM

If it's nVidia, use nTune (nVdia facility) or RivaTuner (3rd party facility).

If it's ATI, you can see it in the ATI Catalyst Control Panel, or ATI Tool (3rd party).
October 3, 2007 12:36:39 AM

I've got ATI. a guy out, where exactly is it? Have Catalyst and ATI Tool....
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October 3, 2007 12:51:35 PM

Sorry I have nVidia now so don't remember exactly how to get there.
Start Menu / Programs / ATI / Catalyst Control Centre. There's a temperature gauge somewhere in there, where overclocking stuff is.
October 3, 2007 4:21:38 PM

Silly me, just had the drivers and not Catylst control center. I had several expanded options and assumed that was it.