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Old August 23rd 04, 08:11 PM
iTuiTu
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Default leadtek a310 temperature sensor on MBM5?

Hi, is there any possibility to put on MotherBoardMonitor 5 - my Leadtek
A310 (gf5600) temeprature sensor on?

I can look at the core temp at nvidia display driver window (an around
card temperature - but don't know wher this window get this info - from
motherboard sensor??? When llokin at SpeedFan - I'm thinking it's
independent sensor).

Also there is an fan - can I found info about this fan RMP?

thanx!

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