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Feature request: print out log file

Postby Whateverman44 » Sat Jan 01, 2011 5:30 pm

I downloaded CoreTemp to see whether my CPU was overheating, to see whether the stock fan is enough or not. A Noctua fan is not something I want to order on a short notice.

I turned logging on, but it seems the highest it got is 40 C. However, I would like to know when and where is it getting high.

Hence, would it be possible to make CoreTemp show make an image file on when and how high temperatures were?
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Re: Feature request: print out log file

Postby The Coolest » Sat Jan 01, 2011 9:24 pm

The log file contains a list of readings. The default interval between logs is 10 seconds.
Each log line contains all the information that you need. Current temp, min temp and max temp. Each line also has a time stamp and a per core load indication.
I don't understand what else you can ask for.
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