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Free CPU temperature monitor - CPU Thermometer

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Cpu Temperature Guide

PLC Temperature Control: In a vessel there are Three Heaters which are used to control the temperature of the vessel. PLC Temperature Control Programming. We are using Three Thermostats to measure the temperature at each heater. Also another thermostat for safety shutoff in case of malfunction or emergency or to avoid over temperatures. Apart from being able to monitor heat, you can control fan speeds, keep an eye on CPU performance, frequency and temperature, and provide crucial information on the health of your connected drives. This is useful because it is designed to warn you before a drive failure occurs. Now that we know what is the best CPU temperature range, it’s time to explore how to check CPU temperature on Windows 10. How to Check CPU Temperature on Windows 10 Using BIOS. Unfortunately, there’s no such option to check CPU temperature on Windows 10. Because Windows 10 doesn’t offer any way to check the computer’s CPU temperature. Some newer laptops have BIOS fan control in place which will override the OS level fan control. To test if this the case, run i8kmon with verbose mode in a command line, make sure the CPU is idle, then see if the fan is turned off or turned down accordingly. If the BIOS fan control is in place, you can try using dell-bios-fan-control-git AUR.

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About CPU Thermometer
  • How hot does your CPU get?
  • Worry about your CPU too hot?
  • What is your computers maximum CPU temperature?

The Intel and AMD CPU become more and more quick, but the CPU temperature become more and more high synchronously, if the CPU be too hot, it will harm to your computer. How to measure your CPU current temperature? You need a CPU temperature monitoring program in order to measure what your current CPU temperature is.

Cpu Temperature Control


CPU Thermometer is one free CPU temperature monitor; it can help you monitor your computer CPU temperature in live time. Program can start with Windows start-up, and show live CPU temperature in your desktop tray icon, so you get this important system information at a glance. This is one completetly freeware, easy to install and easy to use.

Download and install

Download CPU Thermometer
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(File size: 613 KB)
This new version can work fine in Windows 10 (x86/x64).

Cpu temperature control software
  • Support most Intel and AMD processors;
    Intel: Pentium, Dual-Core, Core 2 Duo, Xeon, Core i3, Core i5, Core i7 and more;
    AMD: Athlon, Athlon XP, Phenom, Quad-core, Turion and more;
  • Need Microsoft .NET Framework installed;
  • Support Windows Vista/2008/7/10 (include 32bits and 64bits);

If your PC is very old, program need .NET Framework installed from Microsoft, need .NET Framework runtime and associated files, this is one very small but useful software.

Mozilla Public License

The old version does not work in Windows 7/10, so I had to rewrite the software. The new version of CPU Thermometer is based 'Open Hardware Monitor Project' by Michael Moller.

  • Open Hardware Monitor Project, Copyright (c) 2009-2018 Michael Moller
    License: Mozilla Public License 1.1
  • Aga.Controls, Copyright (c) 2009, Andrey Gliznetsov
    License: The BSD License
  • WinRing0, Copyright (c) 2007-2009 OpenLibSys.org
  • OxyPlot License, Copyright (c) 2012 Oystein Bjorke
This program license is Mozilla Public License (MPL), the source can be download here. If you interest the old version, you can download old version (1.0), it can work correctly on Windows 2000/XP, and it is a freeware.
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Old VersionNew Version

CPU Thermometer will show CPUID, Frequency, Core Number and CPU current temperature. (Old version) Program provide some useful functions, when the CPU temperature over some value that you set, it can 'Show warning message', 'Shutdown computer' or 'Reboot computer', it can protect your PCs.


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