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Topic # 86138 1-Jul-2011 18:25
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Does anyone know any good Resource Monitoring Programs that can show Real Time CPU
Temperature, and CPU, Memory, HardDisk and Network… Usage at the TaskBar?




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  Reply # 489802 5-Jul-2011 20:11
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Nope. TaskBarMeters covers memory, cpu, disk, but no temps.

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  Reply # 489858 5-Jul-2011 23:12
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i use AMD overdrive for temps and speeds. CPU-Z is good for speeds of PC components. and speedfan is the most accurate temperature program (free to use)

other than that, rely on the bios. <- most accurate.

core temp, and real temp are also popular alternatives

hope it goes well !




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  Reply # 489859 5-Jul-2011 23:14
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jeez sorry.... TASKBAR. now i see.... pretty sure Speedfan has a taskbar option to it ! havent verified though. from memory its little boxes with the numbers. i think it can also be a windows gadget too. 




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