Re: Need some linux help
They work fairly well for day to day monitoring, but fall short for overclocking as for now at least there is no Linux equivalent of the win "core temp" software, which reads directly from the cpu sensor, or sensors, in dual and quadcore Cpu's,
The E6600 in my Dfi 975 mobo reports 42c under Linux sensors running 2 x prime, coretemp reads 53/54c for both cores under the same load, so it would be easy to exceed the overclocking guide of "don't go over 65c for 24/7" under Linux.
Ps, the latest version of Kubuntu has "ksensors", a pretty front end for Lm sensors.
Last edited by Jester; 05-15-2007 at 07:15 AM.
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