SensorsView is a utility, that monitors the temperature of your CPU, northbridge, motherboard, VGA and hard disks, voltages and fan speeds (as supported by your motherboard).
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36 Size 3605 kb Licence Shareware Status New Release Languages English OS Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista Homepage stvsoft.com Author STV Software
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Description: SensorsView is a utility, that monitors the temperature of your CPU, northbridge, motherboard, VGA and hard disks, as well as voltages and fan speeds (as supported by your motherboard). It can alert you if the values reach a critical level, and also provide a complete overview of the measurements. In addition, the program shows usage of CPU, physical memory, HDD, NIC (Network Inerface Connection). Features: Support almost all monitoring chips and motherboards. Notification at critical values. You can set a threshold of concern and correction. Sending email. Graphs. Showing chosen parameter in the tray. Showing CPU usage. Showing physical memory usage. Showing HDD usage. Showing NIC usage. Auto-check for new versions. Log file for events and warning messages. Short tags: sensor, chip, temperatures, voltages, cpu, hdd, overheating, fan, control, mb, speed
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