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Old October 21st 03, 07:40 PM
BigFNDeal
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How can I find out what my GPU temp is? Is there a utility similar to MBM
for video cards?

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Old October 21st 03, 08:37 PM
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my motherboard has extra senor headers so I just brought a sensor and put it
under the heatsink and enabled the header so the temp shows in MBM5.

You can't get the temp if there is no sensor to read the temp.

PS. is that 280/584 stock for the Ti4200? You should be able to get alot
more than that out of it. My Gainward MX460 is up to 320/630 stable.

"BigFNDeal" wrote in message
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How can I find out what my GPU temp is? Is there a utility similar to MBM
for video cards?

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ASUS A7N8X Deluxe rev2.0 Demoulous Uber Bios 1007
Athlon XP 1700+ T'bred B @ 1.92GHz (11.5x166)
512Mb Corsair TwinX 2700LL @ 2-2-2-5
MSI GeForce4 Ti4200 VTD128 AGP8X @ 280/584




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Old October 21st 03, 09:49 PM
Nick (no dashes)
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BigFNDeal wrote:
How can I find out what my GPU temp is? Is there a utility similar to MBM
for video cards?

In the NVidia page of your video card 'advannced' settings it has some
details, but I have a feeling it's only some of the FX series that
display this based on some similar threads. On my card it has both GPU
core and ambient temp.

Have a loook anyway I guess.

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Old October 21st 03, 09:49 PM
Nick (no dashes)
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BigFNDeal wrote:

How can I find out what my GPU temp is? Is there a utility similar to MBM
for video cards?

BigFNDeal wrote:
How can I find out what my GPU temp is? Is there a utility similar to MBM
for video cards?

In the NVidia page of your video card 'advannced' settings it has some
details, but I have a feeling it's only some of the FX series that
display this based on some similar threads. On my card it has both GPU
core and ambient temp.

Have a loook anyway I guess.

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Old October 24th 03, 11:09 AM
BigFNDeal
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They are not the default settings, but when I go above that I get some
distortion in 3dMark2001SE NAture scenes, especially the flying butterflies.

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Athlon XP 1700+ T'bred B @ 1.92GHz (11.5x166)
512Mb Corsair TwinX 2700LL @ 2-2-2-5
MSI GeForce4 Ti4200 VTD128 AGP8X @ 280/584


"cowboyz" wrote in message
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my motherboard has extra senor headers so I just brought a sensor and put

it
under the heatsink and enabled the header so the temp shows in MBM5.

You can't get the temp if there is no sensor to read the temp.

PS. is that 280/584 stock for the Ti4200? You should be able to get alot
more than that out of it. My Gainward MX460 is up to 320/630 stable.

"BigFNDeal" wrote in message
...
How can I find out what my GPU temp is? Is there a utility similar to

MBM
for video cards?

--
ASUS A7N8X Deluxe rev2.0 Demoulous Uber Bios 1007
Athlon XP 1700+ T'bred B @ 1.92GHz (11.5x166)
512Mb Corsair TwinX 2700LL @ 2-2-2-5
MSI GeForce4 Ti4200 VTD128 AGP8X @ 280/584






 




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