Monitor System Temperature, Fan Speed and Voltages from inside Windows
This is a great little free utility called Hwmonitor that allows you to view the health sensors in your system (Temperature/Fan Speed/Voltage) from within Windows
September 13, 2008 - Posted by shawz | PC Information | cpuid, fan, fan speed, free, Hardware, hwmonitor, monitor, monitor fan speed temparature, monitor fan speed temperature, pc, system, temperature, voltages, windows
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