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June 10, 2011, 05:47:33 PM
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So I can of course monitor system temps with speedfan and gpu temps with afterburner, but I'd like to consolidate my temperature monitoring across all of my rigs somehow. Does anyone know of an existing utility that can do this, or perhaps even a windows command-line utility to return GPU temp that I could base a hacked-together utility on?
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June 10, 2011, 10:14:18 PM
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So I can of course monitor system temps with speedfan and gpu temps with afterburner, but I'd like to consolidate my temperature monitoring across all of my rigs somehow. Does anyone know of an existing utility that can do this, or perhaps even a windows command-line utility to return GPU temp that I could base a hacked-together utility on?

I know that this can be done in Linux, but I haven't heard of this kind of thing in windows. Most miners who use multiple rigs are all on linux, because its faster and they want every Mhash they can get.
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June 11, 2011, 05:31:29 AM
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You would need some kind of way to connect data from computer 2 and 3 to computer 1. I would recommend a mass of fan controllers and temperature probes, all can be found at frozencpu.com


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