Open Hardware Monitor

Open Hardware Monitor

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portable Portable

real-time hardware sensor monitoring Open Hardware Monitor is an open source application to monitor your computer`s temperature sensors, fan speeds, voltages as well as CPU load and clock speeds. The program runs as standalone executable and does not require installation. It automatically generates an overview of all available sensors and their real-time values and also allows you to add selected sensors as icons to your system tray, so you can keep an eye on them without keeping the main interface open. Other features include plotting of temperature graphs, support for S.M.A.R.T. sensors, export to text report and remote monitoring via browser interface. Copyright

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Publisher Michael Moeller Price Free
Version 0.9.6  history Last updated Dec 28, 2020
File Size 500 Kb Requirements .NET Framework 2.0

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Very nice 4 stars by TommyD Mar 23, 2015 (Read all my 2 reviews)
This is a very nice utility. As mentioned in a previous review it could be improved by allowing offsets to be applied. It reports temps a bit higher than those reported by my motherboard. I'm going to start using this on a regular basis. Thanks! show Review details
Two future requests 4 stars by megabob6666 Feb 28, 2010 (Read all my 19 reviews)
This is a very nice program that supplies a lot of hardware information, including MB temps, HD temps, CPU temps, CPU voltages, RAM voltages, CPU load, and fan speeds. It is highly configurable, and any of the data streams can be shown in the system tray; in addition, the colors of the tray displays can be changed. It works on my Athlon II X3 and shows the temps and loads of each of the three cores. There are only two things this program needs to be complete - the ability to have it load at Windows startup and the ability to adjust the temperatures for offset. I find that it runs a few degrees behind my Gigabyte Easy Tune, and I would like to adjust this software to what that program reports since it is manufacturer-provided software and is more likely closer to the real temperatures than this program is. show Review details
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