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Windows 7: Best System "Monitoring" Program w/ widget?

31 Mar 2012   #1
jgamer719

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Best System "Monitoring" Program w/ widget?

Hello! I was just wondering if there is a program that monitors all of your system specs and reports to you if anything is not running the way it's supposed to? I'm also wondering if this program has a cool widget I can put on my desktop also? For instance, I have Core Temp, GPU meter and other windows 7 widgets, but I don't think they actually alert you if something ever does go wrong or if temps are out of their normal range. I just built a new machine and I want to make sure everything is running fine and the way it's supposed to.


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01 Apr 2012   #2
A Guy

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Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1
 
 

Welcome to Seven Forums jgamer719. Speedfan can be set up to alert you in several ways (including sending an email) if temperatures exceed your set parameters.

SpeedFan article: How to get the best out of SpeedFan's events

There is a Speedfan gadget by SFKilla, but it has not been updated in some time.

SFKilla - Speedfan Meter

Click on the gadgets tab at top for other related gadgets.

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