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    Default Re: GPU Observer Gadget for Windows 7

    Nice find. Now if I can only find a matching one for my CPU.
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    Default Re: GPU Observer Gadget for Windows 7

    Go to nvidia inspector website and get gpu and cpu orb gadgets if youre on nvidia.
    Those are really amazing gadgets.

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    Default Re: GPU Observer Gadget for Windows 7

    I run this...it is pretty cool. Not all of the info displays for every GPU, but it shows temps, speeds, and memory use for mine.

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    suport is likely better for older and nvidia card everything except vram usage is suported

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    Default Re: GPU Observer Gadget for Windows 7

    good link, thanks for the info.
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    Default Re: GPU Observer Gadget for Windows 7

    Does anyone know why this isn't working for some people ( and myself >? )

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    Default Re: GPU Observer Gadget for Windows 7

    Very cool gadget, works fine with my notebook.

    On a slightly related note, here's an Intel gadget for measuring Turbo Boost (works with i5/i7 processors only):
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    Default Re: GPU Observer Gadget for Windows 7

    verify if you can change the gpu in the option the gadget was showing 3 gpu when there are 2 in my system and one was giving false report

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    I read on some other forums that it doesn't support some mobile GPU. That is probably why your temp doesn't show up. Bummer.
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