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    Default Windows 7 Gadgets (Widgets) for GPU monitoring

    I'm currently using CPU Usage and GPU Meter Gadgets for Windows 7. The GPU Meter doesn't seem to work properly. Does anyone have any recommendations for another Gadget I can use?
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    Default Re: Windows 7 Gadgets (Widgets) for GPU monitoring

    Quote Originally Posted by LancerEvoX View Post
    I'm currently using CPU Usage and GPU Meter Gadgets for Windows 7. The GPU Meter doesn't seem to work properly. Does anyone have any recommendations for another Gadget I can use?
    This one is GREAT for monitoring Temps and CPU/RAM usage:

    Core Temp

    If you don't want or need to monitor your temps, than go here as they have everything else you need:

    http://addgadget.com/

    Good Luck!
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    Default Re: Windows 7 Gadgets (Widgets) for GPU monitoring

    Quote Originally Posted by gunny5821 View Post
    This one is GREAT for monitoring Temps and CPU/RAM usage:

    Core Temp

    If you don't want or need to monitor your temps, than go here as they have everything else you need:

    Most Wanted Windows Gadgets - Windows Vista and Windows 7

    Good Luck!
    Those are the exact widgets I use

    The GPU Meter one doesn't seem to properly work though... hmm
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    Default Re: Windows 7 Gadgets (Widgets) for GPU monitoring

    This one seems to work pretty well with my 6630M.

    This one seems to be even better.
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    Default Re: Windows 7 Gadgets (Widgets) for GPU monitoring

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    Default Re: Windows 7 Gadgets (Widgets) for GPU monitoring

    Does it work for Intel Integrated card???
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    Default Re: Windows 7 Gadgets (Widgets) for GPU monitoring

    It does, although YMMV.
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    Default Re: Windows 7 Gadgets (Widgets) for GPU monitoring

    Is there a widget that can monitor CPU temps without the need to install additional program(s)?

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    Default Re: Windows 7 Gadgets (Widgets) for GPU monitoring

    Quote Originally Posted by yknyong1 View Post
    It does, although YMMV.
    I tried it but it does not work with my intel hd graphics adpater
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