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NextSensor 2.7.2.0 build 0923

Posted on Monday, September 24 2007 @ 00:14:36 CEST by

Extremely easy and handy to use temperature, fan speed and voltage reporting tool. NextSensor dynamically reads and shows current values of the following sensor lines: VCore, VDIMM, VAGP, VLDT, VBAT, 5VSB, 3VSB, +12, -12, +5V, -5V, +3.3V. The program reports a temperature of the processor, the North Bridge and the Hard Disk in the Tray Bar using separate LED indicators. The program is capable to monitor negative temperatures and three FAN speeds. NextSensor supports a lot of popular Winbond, Fintek and ITE Super I/O LPC chips. Also, profided an ability to read temperature measurements of on-die AMD64 thermal diode. Besides, NextSensor incorporates a unique Remote Monitor function that enables system administrators to watch the temperatures, voltages and fan speeds in LAN or via Internet using any web browser! The most strong side of NextSensor is the Thermal Alarm function. This feature prevents processor from overheating by using a CPU clock throttling method. In case, if the AMD64 processor is used in the system there is an additional protective method based on FID/VID and P-State changes.
Program Information

Category:
Tools and Utilities
Type:
Free


Version:
2.7.2.0 build 0923
Size:
323KB
Works on:
Windows


Product page: here

Download: NextSensor 2.7.2.0 build 0923





 

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