Two handy little downloads..

  Magik ®© 12:11 05 Oct 2004

if you want to know all about your CPU and check it's runnng temp, one is called CPU-Z, and the other is mobile meter,

  Graham ® 12:35 05 Oct 2004
  georgemac 12:52 05 Oct 2004

will try the first one

the 2nd link appears to be broken?

  Graham ® 12:58 05 Oct 2004

Works for me.

  Exco 12:59 05 Oct 2004

You could also try Everest Home Edition which is free.

click here

  Magik ®© 14:51 05 Oct 2004

oh dear, I forgot to put the links in..
thanks Graham........

  georgemac 14:57 05 Oct 2004

got it that time

cpu-z nice utiltiy - it told me the manufacture date of 2 of my ram chips are week 104 year 17 - pc3200 so I don't think so.

everest (which I already use & like) does not show a manufacture date for these chips so looks like a problem on the chip, not with the utility.

  Graham ® 15:02 05 Oct 2004


  Magik ®© 16:04 05 Oct 2004

the MM has put itself up in the corner and is reading 45.0c

  Stuartli 17:57 05 Oct 2004

AIDA32 does the same thing under Sensor from the Computer(?) tab re temperatures.

  georgemac 18:05 05 Oct 2004

everest tells me 40 degC case 64 degC cpu (fully loaded)

aida32 tells me exactly the same (the programmes look very similar)

msi temperature monitoring prog tells me 40 degC case 68 degC cpu

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