Tool to measure graphics card temp?

  john63 21:32 02 Jan 2006
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Anyone know of a tool to measure the temperature of a graphics card? I have a Radeon 9250.

  wotbus@ 21:36 02 Jan 2006

Hi john63. I have an ATI Radeon 9700 and on the disc is a utility for just that called Probe V.2. Maybe you can download it from the site?

  wotbus@ 21:40 02 Jan 2006

Yup - get it from here click here the site is down at the moment. See also click here
Cheers.

  Sidetrax 21:45 02 Jan 2006

I have a Nvidia 6600GT, anyone know of anythign?

  john63 21:47 02 Jan 2006

Is there a more generic tool?

  wotbus@ 21:50 02 Jan 2006
  wotbus@ 21:54 02 Jan 2006

click here One of these should do the trick.

  john63 21:56 02 Jan 2006

It's a bit tricky because I have a Compaq Deskpro motherboard. I will give some of these a try and see how I get on.

  john63 22:07 02 Jan 2006

The ASUS probe didn't work (unsurprisingly as I don't have an ASUS motherboard). Sensorsview didn't pick up my graphics card temp. I can't seem to find a working download for the Intel tool. Many thanks all the same, wotbus@.

  GuZ><0r 22:09 02 Jan 2006

I have the Intel Active Monitor, and it shows the temperature for the following things;

Proccesor zone

System zone 1

System zone 2

The thing is, that I do not know which is which.

  g0nvs 23:02 02 Jan 2006

Have Geforce 6600GT & Nvidia drivers 81.95. Right click anywhere on the desktop and then click on NVidia display.Then select Temperature Settings and away you go.

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