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Temp monitor

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i9 9900K 5.1GHz 0 AVX offset

ASUS MAXIMUS APEX XI

Custom watercooling (360mm, 60mm thicc)

EVGA GTX1080 FTW DT

EVGA T2 1000W Platinum PSU

3200MHz G.Skill RGB B-die

Samsung 970 Pro 512GB

Samsung 860 EVO 2TB

Crucial MX300 1TB

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I personally use either hardwaremonitor or coretemp, either works fine but hwmonitor has more info on your general system

Main

CPU: i7 4790 Ram: HyperX Savage 24GB DDR3 GPU: Asus Strix GTX 960 MOBO: Asus B85 Pro Gamer SSDs: HyperX Fury 120gb, Corsair Force LX 128gb HDDs: Seagate SSHD 1tb + 1tb seagate HDD CPU Cooler: BeQuiet! Pure Rock PSU: Corsair RM650x Case: Fractal Design Define C window Case fans: 2x Corsair AF140 Quiet Ed. 140mm intake, 1x Corsair AF120 Quiet Ed. 120mm exhaust

Peripherals

Monitors: 2x Asus VN247H Keyboard: Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum Mouse: Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum Headset: Logitech G933 Artemis Spectrum Mousepad: Steelseries QcK, Corsair MM300 XXL Cables: Corsair Premium Pro Red Sleeved Lighting: Corsair Node Pro

Laptops

HP Probook G4 440

CPU: Core i3 7100u Ram: 8gb DDR4 SSD: 256gb Sandisk X4 Pro Screen: 13.3" TN 

Asus E403SA

CPU: Pentium N3700 Quad Core Ram: 4gb DDR3 SSD: 128gb eMMC Screen: 14" 1080p TN

Phone:

Samsung Galaxy S8

 

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For some reason with anything other than hw monitor my temps read around 20c I know that's far from correct because they read around 50c at idle in bios. But my he monitor trial expired and I can't afford to buy it atm

 

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1 minute ago, Michael mcintyre said:

Looking for a good free app for temp monitoring.

For CPU = CoreTemp.

For GPU = EVGA's Precision XOC

For full system =HWMonitor

A water-cooled mid-tier gaming PC.

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2 minutes ago, pelark said:

I personally use either hardwaremonitor or coretemp, either works fine but hwmonitor has more info on your general system

Any idea why with the trial when you start it sometimes the temps show up as trial? Is it just random in its decision of what shows

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16 hours ago, Michael mcintyre said:

For some reason with anything other than hw monitor my temps read around 20c I know that's far from correct because they read around 50c at idle in bios. But my he monitor trial expired and I can't afford to buy it atm

What CPU and mobo? There are ton of free monitoring software. OpenHardwareMonitor, HWiNFO, CoreTemp, RealTemp, HWmonitor, Speccy, Speedfan, CAM, MSI Afterburner... Plus stress testing software like Aida64 and OCCT.

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