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  • Open Hardware Monitor

    Here's a handy monitoring app for those who like to keep an eye on just about everything in their system

    The Open Hardware Monitor is a free open source software that monitors temperature sensors, fan speeds, voltages, load and clock speeds of a computer.

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    The Open Hardware Monitor supports most hardware monitoring chips found on todays mainboards. The CPU temperature can be monitored by reading the core temperature sensors of Intel and AMD processors. The sensors of ATI and Nvidia video cards as well as SMART hard drive temperature can be displayed. The monitored values can be displayed in the main window, in a customizable desktop gadget, or in the system tray. The free Open Hardware Monitor software runs on 32-bit and 64-bit Microsoft Windows XP / Vista / 7 and any x86 based Linux operating systems without installation.

    Latest release changes:


    • Added a new plotting implementation using a .NET 2.0 backport of the OxyPlot library. All types of sensors can now be added to the plot. The plot can be configured to use stacked axes instead of subplots for each sensor type. The plot supports automatic or manual plot region selection.
    • Added support for Intel Haswell CPUs.
    • Added support for AMD family 15h model 1Xh and family 16h CPUs.
    • Added support for the Fintek F71869A (F71868AD) super I/O chip.
    • Added support for new Samsung SSDs (like Samsung SSD 840 PRO).
    • Added support for fan control on ITE 87XX chips and a mainboard specific configuration for the Gigabyte GA 970A UD3 (both based on a patch from Eric Hokanson).
    • Changed the HDD detection to list hard drives without SMART support as well.
    • Enabled fan control on mainboards by default.
    • Improved the kernel driver loading code.
    • Added additional information from the SMBIOS to the report.
    • Fixed some stability issues in the remote web server implementation.
    • Fixed a stability issue in the WMI provider implementation.
    • Extended the list of supported super I/O chips on Linux using the lm-sensors interface.
    • Reduced the amount of dynamic memory allocation.


    It's free and can be found here

  • #2
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    How cool is this program great fined

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    • #3
      Re: Open Hardware Monitor

      I will give it a shot, it resembles SIW. Thanks

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      • #4
        Re: Open Hardware Monitor

        Great thread bud...i like to see more of this kind of stuff here.

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        • #5
          Re: Open Hardware Monitor

          very very nice find


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          • #6
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            Thanks for the thread bud, like it!
            Looks like your my new hardware Guru...... :give_heart:


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            • #7
              Re: Open Hardware Monitor

              Originally posted by HammerJack View Post
              Thanks for the thread bud, like it!
              Looks like your my new hardware Guru...... :give_heart:

              I wouldn't go that far lol I just like to get the most out of what I have and make sure I don't fry nothin in the process

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              • #8
                Re: Open Hardware Monitor

                It looks nice bro! Thanks for share it! ;)


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                • #9
                  Re: Open Hardware Monitor

                  Looking good my friend.: Good2:



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