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LumpyHamster

Looking for a CPU temperature logging program

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Hey up chaps. I'm brand new here with a bit of a problem.

 

I'm after a program that can monitor the temperature of CPU cores over a 60 second period, on a 9700K. RealTemp and RealTempGT offer this service perfectly for anything up to 6 cores but not above.

Ideally, it'll record the temperatures of the individual cores and place the results into an Excel spreadsheet to be gathered up from there.

So far I've tried:

  • Speedfan
  • CoreTemp
  • HWMonitor
  • RealTemp
  • GPU-Z
  • Speccy


Any help would be massively appreciated. I'm even open to hearing of methods in which I can use a program from the above list.

Thanks.

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HWinfo64? I know it can display in a chart, but dont know if it supports data export


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18 minutes ago, Jurrunio said:

HWinfo64? I know it can display in a chart, but dont know if it supports data export

You can use HWiNFO to create a log (which is a .csv), but then use an add-on (GenericLogViewer https://www.hwinfo.com/add-ons/) to read that .csv and look at the different data.  

 

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Didn't notice you wanted to use Excel.  The .csv will work great!


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21 minutes ago, LumpyHamster said:

I'm after a program that can monitor the temperature of CPU cores over a 60 second period, on a 9700K. RealTemp and RealTempGT offer this service perfectly for anything up to 6 cores but not above.

Ideally, it'll record the temperatures of the individual cores and place the results into an Excel spreadsheet to be gathered up from there.

MSI Afterburner can log each and every core separately into a log-file. Dunno about Excel, though.


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