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    Temp Sensor for a PC

    I used to have a free program that monitored the temp of the components in my PC.

    Now that I am using W7 the same program does not work any more.

    Does any one know of any other free program that will do the same thing?

    I used to use Motherboard Monitor and/or Everest.

    I tried using SIW but with all the info it gives I can’t seem to find the sensors that indicate temps.

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    Catz

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    Quote Originally Posted by pauliez View Post
    I tried using SIW but with all the info it gives I can’t seem to find the sensors that indicate temps.
    Clicking on Sensors under the Hardware heading works for me.

    Bruce

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    Thanks Bruce.

    I never thought of looking under "Hardware" in SIW.

    Went there and found what I needed to know.
    Catz

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    HWMonitor, the free version portable or installable. Worth a look.
    RealTemp by TechPowerUp, for CPU temps only.
    TechPowerUp GPU-Z v0.6.0

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