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Core Temperature Temp History

Postby davidhur » Mon Feb 06, 2017 5:50 pm

I'm using Core Temp version 0.99.8 for some years on XP Pro running on a Dell Latitude. The computer's cooling fan exits heated air on the left side that typically can be felt by the user's left hand. Recently, I felt that the heat was higher than usual. So my query is whether Core Temp records temperature history that is accessable to the user. Thanks in advance for your reply David Hurwitz, Boise, ID
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Re: Core Temperature Temp History

Postby The Coolest » Mon Feb 06, 2017 9:47 pm

Yes, Core Temp supports this feature.
If you go to Tools you can enable logging for the concurrent session. Through Options --> Settings you can set it to begin logging automatically when Core Temp starts.
The log files are stored in Core Temp's installation directory.
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