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How can I record temperature over a gaming session? I know about MSI afterburner but how do I display stat's like averages, min, max etc AFTER the gaming session?
Just raw data would be fine. I don't need it to generate a graph.

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There are a few apps that will graph background functions.  Speedfan was working on it at one point. I dunno how far they got.  It was a function for the paid version.  Might be worth checking cpuZ to see if it will do it.  

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3 hours ago, gravdestroyer said:
How can I record temperature over a gaming session? I know about MSI afterburner but how do I display stat's like averages, min, max etc AFTER the gaming session?
Just raw data would be fine. I don't need it to generate a graph.

It's not the most in depth, but I use RealTemp and after a session it'll show me what my minimums and maximums were, and how far away from overheating I was. It's not supported anymore and I have no idea if it'll work for your particular CPU, but might be worth a look. Works for the GPU too.

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Pretty much all monitoring software have logging function. With Afterburner its in html format, which opens as graphs. But the data is stored in CSV-style format, so you can just import that to Excel or Sheets and format it from there.

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How do I use MSI afterburner to record temperatures put it into a graph or text file AFTER a gaming session?
 
I can get it to display during but  I want to record temps without the overlay. (It's really immersion breaking for me) and view that info AFTER I've finished a session.

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8th Gen Intel Core i7 8750H

Nvidia Geforce GTX 1070 8GB (Mobile)

16GB DDR4 SDRAM

1TB Hard Drive

256 GB Solid State Drive

Processor Speed 2.20 GHz

Wireless LAN Standard IEEE 802.11ac

Screen Resolution 1920 × 1080

Operating System: Windows 10 Home

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15 minutes ago, gravdestroyer said:

 

How do I use MSI afterburner to record temperatures put it into a graph or text file AFTER a gaming session?
 
I can get it to display during but  I want to record temps without the overlay. (It's really immersion breaking for me) and view that info AFTER I've finished a session.

I suggest you use HWInfo64 launch it then launch your game.  MSI AB is nice but for what I believe your trying to do as far as seeing max temps or lowest temps and avg temp and CPU and GPU temps etc etc.  Use the above free app.  You can even use HWmonitor but that is the older version of its suite.  However still simple interface and you will get your frequencies and temps etc. Good Luck✝🎗🤷‍♀️👶

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38 minutes ago, gravdestroyer said:

 

How do I use MSI afterburner to record temperatures put it into a graph or text file AFTER a gaming session?
 
I can get it to display during but  I want to record temps without the overlay. (It's really immersion breaking for me) and view that info AFTER I've finished a session.

Try CoreTemp and GPUTemp.

Free, very small and lightweight, both will generate logs (IIRC) and sit in the taskbar very quietly.

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No need to post this again. I gave you answer already. Afterburner, like many other monitoring soft6ware, has logging function.

 

Also, please post to correct subforums. Both of your threads were originally in PC Gaming. This is about software, not games.

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