how do i know what the temprature is in my pc

  [DELETED] 22:42 10 Jun 2006

With the warm weather of late, I was wondering is there a program that would tell me the tempratures of the main components inside the pc. I have an Evesham Evolution Excaliber plus, this pc is only 4 months old so I expect that the cooling system in it should be up to the job.

  [DELETED] 22:44 10 Jun 2006

click here
i use this ..

  [DELETED] 22:51 10 Jun 2006

I have downloaded it, but my make of board was not listed, I have checked with the Belarc advisor program and it showed that my motherboard was "eveshamvale"

  rdave13 22:52 10 Jun 2006

A good link from SANTOS7. Also you could click on "upgrade advisor" on the left, scroll down to Everest home edition v1.51---download and install. Click on everest icon and on left pane click on computer. On right hand pane click on sensors. Will show temps. available to you.

  [DELETED] 23:04 10 Jun 2006

I tried to download the Everest home edition program but this is what appeared when I tried to download it,

You don't have permission to access /downloads/ on this server.

Apache/1.3.34 Server at click here Port 80

  rdave13 23:17 10 Jun 2006

Just tried it out and I got the same message! I downloaded from that site a few weeks ago. Maybe an email to the FE is warranted.

  rdave13 23:28 10 Jun 2006

Maybe you would yellow envelope me.

  [DELETED] 23:46 10 Jun 2006

You can download the free everest home from click here

This is an older version, the newer one is a paid version.

  rdave13 23:56 10 Jun 2006

Good one.

  [DELETED] 09:35 11 Jun 2006

Thanks all, I will download the free version that ed-0 mentions. I will be going out shortly until tonight, thanks again all.

  sputnick 09:48 11 Jun 2006

I have used Speedfan for a number of years.
It is so useful

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