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Junction/VRAM temp monitor

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Does all GPU support junction temp monitoring? I am using GTX 1060, and how could I monitor/ see junction/VRAM temperature?

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Just now, AdnanTech said:

there is a software called speccy. i think you can monitor the temps for you gpu in there

 

can I monitor VRAM's temp with it?

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11 minutes ago, Rumman said:

Does all GPU support junction temp monitoring? I am using GTX 1060, and how could I monitor/ see junction/VRAM temperature?

no. not all GPU's support this. Nvidia does not use junction temp (the highest temp on the chip), instead it reports roughly what the average temperature of the chip is

 

VRAM temperature monitoring is not widely supported and the VRAM modules themselves don't contain a thermocouple. Some cards (like the evga iCX lineup) do have VRAM temperature monitoring (as well as VRM temperature monitoring), but they do this by using thermocouples on the board placed very close to the components as opposed to reading the actual temperature of the component.

 

 

For monitoring temperatures on a system-wide basis, something like HWMONITOR would be ideal. Simple UI, just a list of sensor readouts.


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1 minute ago, Rumman said:

 

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Sorry i used to use this to alot, in thought they supported it, sorry for wasting your time man, have a good one.

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Speccy isn't the most accurate tool out there. If you want to see information from all the sensors your hardware has, use HWiNFO. 


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6 minutes ago, jj9987 said:

Speccy isn't the most accurate tool out there. If you want to see information from all the sensors your hardware has, use HWiNFO. 

it's bloatware at best. piriform has fallen a long way


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