Temperature monitoring

I need a temperature monitoring tool for Dell Optiplex GX-280, it has Intel 915G Express Chipset and im using Pentium 4 3.2 GHz HT processor with it

I have googled alot and tried few temperature monitoring tools (SpeedFan, Motherboard Monitor and Intel Active Monitor), none of them worked

plz recommend a temperature monitoring tool

try pc wizard..

http://www.cpuid.com/pcwizard.php

its free and a great tool for monitring temps

everest is also good but its not free wait i will give a a link with a keygen crack..

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then click on free download...

checked CPU wizard, it also only shows harddisk temperature

^check out speed fan. very good utility

download it here

http://www.almico.com/speedfan437.exe

^^ u dint read the first post i guess

i already have tested speedfan

I have the same config, i believe it does not have a temp sensor at all.

check the bios. it should be showing temp there. if not then you dont have temp sensors.

How abt these did u tried them HWMONITOR , Realtemp, Coretemp. And if u want to monitor each and everything the best bet is EVEREST Ultimate Edition. You can Easily find the cracked version torrents or Rapidshare.

Hope they help.

http://rapidshare.com/files/214582858/Everest_Ultimate_Edition_5.0.1650.rar

dowload this software and it will show you all temps

Realtemp...

U will find difficulty in measuring temperature of the motherboard as GX optiplex 280 has old mobo and the softwares have bew mobos in their databases..

Si I guess u will not be able to have temp monitor of your mobo!!!!

While other things can be done easily/...

PC Wizard is the best one available

http://www.cpuid.com/pcwizard.php

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U will find difficulty in measuring temperature of the motherboard as GX optiplex 280 has old mobo and the softwares have bew mobos in their databases…

Si I guess u will not be able to have temp monitor of your mobo!!!

While other things can be done easily/…

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its not about new or old mobo, i have a P3 and a thinkpad r50e and both show CPU temperature using these softs

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I have the same config, i believe it does not have a temp sensor at all.
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How is it possible that it does not have temp sensor at all, how would the processor throttle down when its heated up, when it does not know about the temperature…

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check the bios. it should be showing temp there. if not then you dont have temp sensors.
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no dude its not the case, I have two other computers at home, both dont show temperatures in BIOS settings, while they do show temperatures when using these temperature monitoring softwares

you need to buy new pc man :)