• Temp monitoring software that can save temps to HDD?
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Asking if anybody knows a program that can detect my CPU, GPU and NB temps and then save them somewhere on my disk. Reason this is needed is because I want to play BF3 normally, and find out if overheating(and which part) is my problem so I can adjust my voltages accordingly-I'd alt+tab etc but I hard-reboot or BSOD everytime. So, anybody know of any software that can accomplish this mighty task?
Just curious, have you tried running bf3 in windowed mode with a program like hwmonitor to check?
I could do that but I'd be forced to run at a lower resolution therefor putting less load on my GPU and lowering the over all temp of the case.
I know that OCCT can monitor the temps of your GPU and CPU and saves them in a graph to disk, however as far as i know it only makes the graph while it is testing your system.
[QUOTE=doonbugie2;33487031]I could do that but I'd be forced to run at a lower resolution therefor putting less load on my GPU and lowering the over all temp of the case.[/QUOTE] I'm only suggesting these alternatives because I can't think of the program atm. And maybe you don't necessarily need to run at a lower resolution. Try to drag the BF3 window a little offscreen so you can at least look at the components suspected of overheating. holy fuck my writing is terrible when i'm tired
[QUOTE=Kialtia;33487154]I know that OCCT can monitor the temps of your GPU and CPU and saves them in a graph to disk, however as far as i know it only makes the graph while it is testing your system.[/QUOTE] Damn, I need something that saves to the disk constantly, like every other minute because of these crashes. [editline]29th November 2011[/editline] [QUOTE=waxrock;33487177]I'm only suggesting these alternatives because I can't think of the program atm. And maybe you don't necessarily need to run at a lower resolution. Try to drag the BF3 window a little offscreen so you can at least look at the components suspected of overheating.[/QUOTE] I'll give that a try.
Found the problem, all my temps were within good range, CPU 36 idle and 65ish load, north bridge was constantly at 40C. My mofsets were overheating, so I've downclocked for now until my mofset heatsinks from Newegg.
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