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Speccy Does not support Intel Pentium D 915 temperature detection?


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Only in the bios see that cpu temperature

 

that means your BIOS doesn't provide the information to the WMI services which is required for Speccy (and the other applications mentioned above)

 

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that means your BIOS doesn't provide the information to the WMI services which is required for Speccy (and the other applications mentioned above)

Hello,Moderators,

AIDA64 Extreme Edition can see the cpu temperature,

Speccy consider the development of Chinese Simplified / Chinese Traditional language?

AIDA64 Extreme Edition Report

 

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James, the moderators are no different or better than all the other volunteer members here. We're all just that, volunteer members, so maybe your post should be directed to the developers of Speccy.

 

But to be honest, I think it really beyond the bounds of fairness to expect a free utility to provide the same levels of information as a quite expensive commercial application. ...

 

"AIDA64 Extreme Edition"

 

Streamlined Windows diagnostic and benchmarking software for corporate engineers.

 

... which retails currently for $149.95. You can't really compare the two, but If you do expect that level of information, then can I respectfully suggest there's an option already in front of you.

 

The developers do read these threads, and although I can't speak for them, I somehow think they may have the same thoughts about your comparison.

 

Of course I could be wrong as this is just my humble opinion.

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