my question does not 100% fit in the development nor in the usage forum, so I decided to try it here. Sorry, if another froum would be a better place.
M problem is: I am seeing strange effects with my software on some PCs. To investigate that, I would like to log the CPU-frequency over the runtime of the software.
I noticed changes in CPU-frequency of my notebook (Intel Core II) that were not visible with any other tools (task-manager, desktop-symbol,...) except with CoreTemp, so I like to make use of CoreTemp for that.
My problem now is: the system at one customer, who has problems with my software is a Pentium mobile - not supported by CoreTemp.
On the website I can find the missing temperature-sensor as only cause for older systems not being supported.
Is there a way to start CoreTemp on that system and to make it log only the things the CPU provides like the frequency?
If not - is it possible to use the DLL for that purpose and do the logging by myself? My software already has a powerful logging I could use for that.
If not - is there source code or at least a description avaliable, that I can use to read the CPU frequency by my own the same way, CoreTemp does?
Would be great, if this project could help me by any way.
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