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Individual Core Temp Design..."

Postby studio-world » Thu Jan 27, 2011 1:50 am

hi friends,

coretemp is a great gadget...,,but for me its too much information at once...,,i love it "smooth" . i have build my own gadget..,its only a png file,,but for me it would work great. all cores are merged to only one (i have a quad core and i dont need information about each core separately) also the temperature of all cores is. the gadget is very well to read and you have a great overview about all important data. temperature and cpu load data is an average of all 4 cores...,,so take a look and make a "smooth" version for minimalistic people" it would be really cool",,and another thing: theres is no only one gadgetor tool out there like this...!

only this one would have: cpu load, cpu temp., and ram in one little window

thxx :D
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Re: Individual Core Temp Design..."

Postby The Coolest » Thu Jan 27, 2011 2:27 am

In version 2.6 there is an option for 'highest temperature' and 'average load' graphs already. In a future version bars are going to be added as well.
So after some configuration, the Core Temp Gadget as is will be able to provide it.
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Re: Individual Core Temp Design..."

Postby studio-world » Thu Jan 27, 2011 2:33 am

The Coolest wrote:In version 2.6 there is an option for 'highest temperature' and 'average load' graphs already. In a future version bars are going to be added as well.
So after some configuration, the Core Temp Gadget as is will be able to provide it.


yes, i already have vers. 2.6 on my computer...,,so let me know when the "minimalistic" -"merged" version is avaiable,,
i hope my idea is a good inspiration for you"

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Re: Individual Core Temp Design..."

Postby The Coolest » Thu Jan 27, 2011 2:35 am

Well, as soon as it's posted, Core Temp Gadget will let you know :)
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