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Monitoring Notebook Temps: nVidia & ATI, CPU, HDD - Do your temps worry you?

Discussion in 'Notebook Dummy Guide Articles' started by Gophn, Oct 8, 2006.

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  1. Gophn

    Gophn NBR Resident Assistant

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    Unfortunately, Vista 64-bit is not fully supported yet.

    You can try SpeedFan.
     
  2. Ice-Tea

    Ice-Tea MXM Guru NBR Reviewer

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    Got a report that the x1900 is correctly read by Everest (full edition). I'll feedback on this later..
     
  3. sunjhoon

    sunjhoon Notebook Evangelist NBR Reviewer

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    do you mean the mr x1900 right? and also temps?
     
  4. Doodles

    Doodles Starving Student

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    it Works in VISTA 64BITTT boooyaaaa
     
  5. someone777

    someone777 Notebook Evangelist

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    oh yeah..
    still no support for integrated??
    i really want to know.... i can;t feel it unless i take it out...
    i can feel the heats of hd and cpu
     
  6. Gophn

    Gophn NBR Resident Assistant

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    yea,
    I know the new RivaTuner version now supports Vista X64.... I'll update it.
     
  7. batkinson001

    batkinson001 Notebook Consultant

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    riva doesnt like my ati card so i couldn't configure it, but i was able to get the notebook hardware control to partially work (smart reading is not available for my drive - the information box the the drives smart functions is empty even though the drive supports smart and no hdd temp monitoring either or graphics chip monitoring or hacking). but atleast i finally have a cpu temp reader
     
  8. alimur_r

    alimur_r Notebook Enthusiast

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    My Asus G2S-A1 has a gpu temp of 70 c normally.when i play games it moves up to around 74 c-80 c. I am using riva tuner for viewing the temp.please advise me are these temp are OK???? My gfx is 8600m GT.
     
  9. alimur_r

    alimur_r Notebook Enthusiast

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    i am actually using the modded driver from laptopvideo2go.com. My driver version is 162.18 which known the best and highest bechmark driver for 8600m GT.Is there any link of overclocking????? i mean is the driver overclocking my gfx or stuff like that?
     
  10. themadhatter

    themadhatter Notebook Enthusiast

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    Noob question : how do you kick your fans to max speed on a Sager 2090:confused:

    also,at auto fan speed,my temp is 67....is this normal?

    btw,my card is the 8600m gt
     
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