Temperature monitor software for Acer !!

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  1. kiriakost

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    I like to monitor the CPU Temperature .

    I tried speedfan , good for desktops ... but it does not support well my laptop.

    Is there anything better ?
     
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    RMClock, CoreTemp, HWMonitor, RealTemp, Notebook Hardware Control.
     
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    Thanks man .

    CoreTemp = will not run with Pentium M processor . :(

    I am testing the others .
     
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    RealTemp will not run too . :(
     
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    Well, I didn't really notice the Pentium M in your sig. Check out RMClock and HWMonitor. They will definitely work. RMClock will help you undervolt, and ammend a few CPU settings, and HWMonitor will give the temps of CPU, ACPI, GPU and HDD. Download both :)
     
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    Thanks Andy ...

    The free RMClock will identify the CPU , but no CPU core temp ...
    The good part with the RMClock are that it read .. the microchip , of my new battery , and gave me good details about it . :)

    Moving again for the next target HWMonitor ..
     
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    The free version of RMClock shows everything to me, and it very well supports Pentium Ms.
    RM1.jpg

    HWMonitor
    HW.jpg
     
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    The problem are that they are not backwards compatible.

    The HWmonitor works .. but i get two values as CPU temp ...
    one high and one low ... and i do not know what to speculate as Core temp .

    TZS0 = 52C
    TZS1 = 46C

    This could be motherboard and CPU sensors .
    I can only imagine , that the low value are due the active cooling, so it must be the CPU core temp .

    I need some testing so to find out what are what .. :confused:
     
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    Backward Compatible..??

    Can you upload a screenshot..??
     
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    Well it looks that the Delphi
    prophecy was wrong :D

    The HWmonitor TZS0 sensor are the core temp...

    I run CPU burn-in software , and jumped at 70C - 157F
    Environment temp 30C , system idles at 50-52C .


    Screen shot of the RMClock ... yes in few minutes .
     
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