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Please give me a working GPU monitor gadget on 5870

Discussion in 'ASUS Gaming Notebook Forum' started by polish_pat, Dec 3, 2010.

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  1. polish_pat

    polish_pat Notebook Consultant

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    Does anyboby know a gadget that allows me to monitor my GPU?? like temps and clock speeds??? there are some but they all use rivatuner which has not been updated to work on 5870

    thanks
     
  2. KuroLionheart

    KuroLionheart Notebook Deity

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    polish_pat Notebook Consultant

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    thanks bro yo rock!!! do you know if GPU load and fan speed are supported by an 5870!!
     
  4. mblue0122

    mblue0122 Newbie

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    MSI afterburner works too.
     
  5. polish_pat

    polish_pat Notebook Consultant

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    thanks...i just installed it, looks great but is there a sidebar gadget that comes with that??? that mostly what im looking for
     
  6. JOSEA

    JOSEA NONE

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    Pat I am using HWINFO32 gadget (hw32_362). It is easy to configure, but you must have the program running to use the gadget.
     
  7. H-street

    H-street Notebook Guru

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    gpu-z doesn't work?
     
  8. puterg33k

    puterg33k Notebook Consultant

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    Wow awesome I was looking for one as well, but didn't think to post. The HWINFO32 one is great, however; looks like crap. I haven't seen the one that KuroLionheart posted, I'll check it out tonight.
     
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    daranik Notebook Deity

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    I use AMD clock tool to monitor GPU temps, I know not the best but it gives me an idea and I use HWinfo for more in depth monitoring.
     
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    macmaniacal Newbie

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    phideltwj Notebook Enthusiast

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    +1 for GPU monitor.... but the temperature reading is lower by ~5 deg compared to GPU-Z. But it works, and it looks awesome.
     
  12. polish_pat

    polish_pat Notebook Consultant

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    hahaha...world population monitor
    nice find buddy
     
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