NvTempLogger...

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by PaPpas, Sep 8, 2005.

  1. littlejohn1959

    littlejohn1959 Master Guru

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    usually 60 ..
    seldom above 60 .
    i game alot .
    it depends on my room temprature too , i guess .
    but seldom above 60 .
    idles at about 50 . see attachment ..
    i have 4 case fans .
    2 in front , 1 in the side , and 1 in the back .
    hope that helps .
    cheers

    no overclocking . all stock cooling .
     
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  2. USFORCES

    USFORCES Master Guru

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    PaPpas awesome program!!!!
    I found it a while back and have been using it ever since.

    I wanted to ask you does it support or can it support 2 cards temps?
    I need a program to monitor each card's temps for SLI on my desktop, right now the only way I can is to start EVEREST to see both GPU temps.
    Also would or could it show up on the graph?
    Just added my second card yesterday.
    Thanks for your time
    USFORCES
     
  3. PaPpas

    PaPpas Active Member

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    Well as much as i'd like , it doesnt. Nvidia Control Panel doesnt give me access to the second card temp. ANd my programming skills are way too low to scan buses and read the temp , putting away the fact that the language i've used to program that is limited for such things...
     
  4. USFORCES

    USFORCES Master Guru

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    Darn,
    To bad some how couldn't be done how everest get's the info.
    It's been a great program non the less.
    Nvidia needs to post both temps anyway's as they sure like to sell 2 cards to everyone.
    I will check back from time to time to see.

    Again thanks for your time PaPpas
     

  5. RaakaReiska

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    In classic "control" panel I have two readings. I have to use drop down menu to get other one.

    Don't know if this is because I have 91.47 drivers or I use NVTray (or something like that).
     
  6. Mobne

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    It works Perfekt, thanks for this program, cant live without it :D
     
  7. HamidFULL

    HamidFULL Master Guru

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    any update over v3.38?
     
  8. Patriots1959

    Patriots1959 New Member

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    is there a Vista compatible version of nvtemplogger? 3.38 will not run on my system, stuck at the splash screen. If I disable the splash screen in the registry, I'll get a popup: "Your card is not capable of temperature monitoring. Exiting..."

    ABIT KN8 Ultra
    AMD 4800+ 90nm 939
    Thermalright XP-90 w/ Vantec 92mm Tornado
    Corsair Twinx1024-3200LLPT
    eVGA 7800GTX
    2x WD Raptor 36.6 RAID-0
    Thermaltake 480W W0019
    Vista Ultimate 32Bit
     
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  9. mr orange

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  10. jimmor

    jimmor Ancient Guru

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    It isn't legitimate to use or change anybody's proprietary programming code without FIRST asking permission !

    And permission usually also requires that the original author's identifications and logo's be part of any changed program, otherwise it simply appears that a main part of creating the changed program was to pass off someone elses work as one's own?

    :)
     

  11. mr orange

    mr orange Member Guru

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    k, thanks for the advice.
     
  12. offamychain

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    I love this thing....simple & efficient. But I'd like to see a couple more options....which may already exist & I just haven't figured out how to do it.

    It would be nice if the "warning colors" of the LED display could be changed for personal preference. For instance, mine stays green up to 55 degrees Celsius, then turns yellow at 56. I ASSUME that it turns red at some number, but am not going to push my card just to find out where that number is.

    However, with my highly OC'd cards, 56 is often common, especially in summer. I've never had a problem with that. I would like to be able to keep it green until 59, & turn yellow at 60 (which I very rarely actually reach), then quickly turn red at 65 or so....or perhaps orange at 63-64 & red at 66-67.

    Anyway to do this?? Thanks.
     
  13. HTWingNut

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    Requesting support of NVTempLogger for Vista 64-bit! Is there anything similar that I can use in the meantime?
     
  14. Chunter

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    i second that.
     
  15. justeve

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    I third that :banana:
     

  16. xSLIX

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    HE NOT LYING BOUT THIS .HONESTLY I USED TOO USE NVTEMMPLOGGER WHEN I HAD 6800-7800 CARDS WORK SWEET. GIVES DIGITAL READ OUT OF CARD TEMP IN TOP CORNER OF UR MOINTER...

    IF UR STILL AROUND CAN U PROGRAM NVTEMPLOGGER TO SHOW BOTH CARD TEMPS IN SLI......? THIS PROGRAM DOESNT SUPORT VISTA 64BIT IS THIS GOING TO GET FIX ALSO ?
     
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  17. Hypnopediac

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    Odd data discrepancy

    Great program...I have been looking for something this light and simple for a long time.

    When I turn the logging on and NvTemp is writing it's Notepad file, the values it gives are not the same as what is being displayed or what is exported to Excel. Has anyone else noticed this, or is it just me?

    Is there something I need to do or change?

    Any advice would be appreciated!
     
  18. Hypnopediac

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    Odd data discrepancy (data post)

    In support of my last post...here is my data.

    -> From the Notepad file:

    New logging session started at : 08:55:37
    Your graphic card Upper Temperature Limit is : 0 C.

    08:55:37 | CT : 65 C AT : 0 C
    08:55:43 | CT : 65 C AT : 0 C
    08:55:48 | CT : 65 C AT : 0 C
    08:55:53 | CT : 65 C AT : 0 C
    08:55:58 | CT : 65 C AT : 0 C
    08:56:03 | CT : 65 C AT : 0 C
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    09:00:03 | CT : 65 C AT : 0 C
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    09:01:44 | CT : 65 C AT : 0 C
    09:01:49 | CT : 65 C AT : 0 C
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    09:02:14 | CT : 65 C AT : 0 C
    09:02:19 | CT : 65 C AT : 0 C
    09:02:24 | CT : 65 C AT : 0 C

    Session Ended With Success! Stats:
    Core Temp : Max: 85 C Min: 64 C Average : 73.4 C.
    Ambient Temp : Max: C Min: 0 C Average : 0 C.

    -> From the Excel file:

    65
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    65
    65
    65
    65
    64
    64
    65
    65
    72
    72
    73
    74
    75
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    65
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    65

    Average = 73.429

    -> As you can see...the maximum, minimum, and average temperature data matches...but the data set itself does not.
     
  19. gx240

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    possible to stop flashing

    Is there any way to stop the flashing logo on the taskbar? It's extremely annoying.
     

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