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Intel Pentium D Processor is 0C

Postby Con » Thu Sep 12, 2013 12:08 pm

So, I know that these processors are not supported by Core Temp, but my BIOS WILL display the temperature. Is there any way I can monitor the temperature from the OS?
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I intend on overclocking as soon as I get a molex x2 fan adapter (for my other two fans at the back), but I need to monitor the temperature.

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This is a new PC I've been building up. It needs a graphics card too.
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Re: Intel Pentium D Processor is 0C

Postby The Coolest » Sat Sep 14, 2013 8:46 am

The Pentium D is a very outdated processor, and it is not completely supported by Core Temp, as it doesn't have the required hardware sensors which Core Temp uses to read temperatures.
There are plenty of other tools that you can use, though. HWMonitor is one that I can recommend.
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