Discussion in 'Hardware' started by mingingbollock, 8 May 2005.
Does anyone know if its possible to get Motherboard monitor to display temps for my new GT?
with ati tool you could get ati cards to do it, if that helps you.
not a fat lot when you consider that he's got a GeForce 6800 GT...
Yeah that helps lol , NOT
So is there no-one out there doing any work on MBM now , had a search around didn't turn anything up
Had a quick play with speedfan, picks up the temps for my GT, but its a bit flakey-doesn't pick them up all every time and it dont work with my favourite LCD app, Lcd-Info .
Programmers needed lol , guess it time to beg Henry to do another plugin
Is the card a XFX or ? If its a Gainward then there is a overclocking program that comes with the card that has a temp montoring plugin. Try Riva tuner
Its a MSI card , and i have riva tuner , great proggy but i want to kick the temps out onto my lcd ,through LcdInfo.
and MBM all ready does this I guess i Need a riva tuner plugin for Lcdinfo , dont suppose you could program one could you
Try NVTweak: http://nvtweak.laptopvideo2go.com/
I have an XFX 6600GT, I think this shows the temperature by default when the drivers are installed, can't remember now. In any case, NVTweak adds a whole bunch of extra stuff, give it a go.
well my programing skillz are kinda rusty, but I know there is a temp program for GPU's just can't remember its name I'll get back to you on it, do you have a converter program that allows you to show progs from windows on the lcd?
Well after doing a little digging it appears that a MBM hack should be possible , quote- Unwinder
"The same applies to this feature. SDK/RTHMSharedMemorySample was added to RT about a half year ago too. _Special_ due to certain LCD manufacturers requests, to allow them to create their own software displaying RT's monitoring statistics on LCD.
Any man able to program can use this SDK/sample and can easily create MBM plugin."
The Sdk is located in the installation folder of rivatuner , so all you clever programming types can take a crack at it..PLEASE , i think i have Henry over at LcdInfo interested , but the more people looking at this the better, yes .I just wish i could help , but no programming skills here
Spent last few days playing with speedfan and LCDC , anyone else having issues with speedfan crapping out after a little while when trying to read the nvidia temps ?
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