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Useful Overclocking Applications

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Azza, Jul 22, 2007.

  1. Davy644

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    Last edited: May 12, 2008
  2. Speed

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  3. Dee!

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    IntelBurnTest should be added.
     
  4. tehasguard

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    Hi guys,


    I need a simple free application to monitor my pc -> temps, fans, mem, etc...

    I don't overclock, just need something easy to use...
    Its more out of curiosity than actual need

    tehasg.
     
  5. Cob

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    Try PC Wizard or HW Monitor.
     
  6. tehasguard

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    thx.
     
  7. Burningmace

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    ClockGen is missing from the CPU-Z website. Anywhere else to get it?
     
  8. Soulsink

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    Coretemp link is dead (?)
     
  9. Noel Gallagher

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    Thanks for links :)
     
    Last edited: Oct 23, 2008
  10. benwoodcock

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    realtemp?
     
  11. Dr Who

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    a lot of broken links in this
     
  12. Shawreyboy

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    what nvidia's nTune?
     
  13. neil27

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    Whats going on with ClockGen guys????
     
  14. ekam

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    core temp is dead
     
  15. Azza

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    Updated.
     
  16. kohlditz

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    Location: London innit

  17. chronicfathead

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    Thanks, I'd completely forgotten about Systool.

    I have an Aopen S479 motherboard, which isn't recognised by most things, but I have had success with Systool on my old mobo's in the past. It's currently at 1.66GHz, but I'm sure it'll go higher.

    Thanks
     
  18. freacky

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    hi,

    www.maxxpi.net ;)

    MaxxPI²-Preview-Single (CPU/Membench,singlecore)
    MaxxPI²-Preview-Multi (CPU/Membench,multicore)
    MaxxMEM²-Preview (Membench)

    cu
     
  19. Azza

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    I'm going to check through the links tomorrow morning myself people.


    If you have any suggestions get them posted and I will update it along with the above ones. :)
     
  20. freacky

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    hi,

    sure, this two new one's from www.maxxpi.net :

    • MaxxMIPS² - PreView
    • MaxxFLOPS² - PreView ( but cannot download/find it at current:confused: )

    and I found this here there:

    CPU [ALU / NPU] COMPARSION

    FLOPS

    MIPS


    freaky