HWMonitor is a free tool to monitor the hardware and hardware of your PC.
The tool is able to read the sensors, probes and sensors of your PC to display the following data:
- Know the temperatures of your CPU, GPU and motherboard
- Display the voltages and energies of each harddware component
- The speed of the CPU and graphics card fans
- The CPU or GPU clock frequencies
- The system memory usage information
The system utility gives each time the values and measurements in real time, minimum and maximum .
Here is an article about CPUID HWMonitor utility , how to download it install and use it to monitor your PC.
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CPUID HWMonitor: know the temperatures and monitor the hardware and hardware of your PC h3 id = "htl-load-et-installer-hwmonitor "> Download and install HWMonitor
Launch the setup and let yourself be guided.
Know the temperatures and voltages of his motherboard his CPU, GPU
CPUID HWMonitor then displays the material information and measurements.
Here an ASUSTeK motherboard with voltages then temperatures.
Each time you have the current, minimum and maximum values.
Thetemperatures depending on the sensors and probes
| Temperature type || Deion |
| CPUTIN || Temperature index of the motherboard processor (only the motherboard can read the right data, so via the UEFI BIOS ) |
| AUXTIN || Auxiliary temperature index (power supply temperature sensor, if the probe exists) |
| SYSTIN || System temperature index (motherboard) and more specifically the NorthBridge |
| CPU or TMPIN1 || Processor temperature |
| TMPIN 0 || Motherboard temperature |
| TMPIN2 || The temperature of the Northbridge ( Chipset) |
|TMPIN3 || GPU / VRMs ready sensors |
| Core Park || The temperatures of the processor pins. These are the contact points between the processor and the motherboard socket |
Understand that these sensors depend on the motherboard.
Some may have 2, 3 or 4.
Depending on how the measurement software may return erroneous results if the sensor does not exist. Ex with this topic: HS temperature sensors
Then we finds the fan speed in RPM (revolutions per minute) and finally the system memory usage.
Know the temperatures and voltages of the processor (CPU)
Then comes the information of the processor declines for each core.
- The different voltages
- Then the temperatures of the processor (Package) and of each core
- Then the energy data in WaTT
- CPU usage and foreach core
- The speed of the CPU clock (clocks) here too for each core
Characteristics and functioning of the processors of a computer
Know the temperatures and voltages of the processor (GPU)
Finally in last all data from the graphics card andGPU.
Here too we find the usual data:
- The voltage of the GPU
- The temperatures of the GPU
- The speed of the or graphics card fans
- GPU power consumption
- Clock speed, graphics card memory
- GPU usage , memory, frame buffer and BUS
- Performance data
CPUID HWMonitor Pro
The CPUID editor offers a paid version of HWMonitor Pro.
This provides the following features:
- Remote monitoring: Look at the cfrom one or more remote PCs or Android devices using a simple TCP / IP connection .
- Graph generator: Record monitoring data and generate logging graphs as bitmap files. Improved interface:
- Sensors in the notification area (systray) , editable sensor labels
- Measurement of incoming network speeds and spells
- Dark mode
A right click on the sensor then add to tray allows you to add an icon with the measurements in the Windows 10 notification area .
You can also rename the probes by clicking on them then with the F2 key .
HWMonitor Pro also acts as a client / server.
You can consult the measurements of a remote PC by connecting to it.
In addition, CPUID provides an Android application to view temperatures and other data from your Smartphone.
Finally when we activate the logs, HWMonitor Pro generates all kinds of graphics.
For example below the temperature graphss from motherboard and CPU.
Or CPU usage and temperatures.
Alternatives to CPUID HWMonitor
In very close and free there are Free hardware Monitor .
The interface is completely identical.
For confirmed users , HWiNFO64 a more complete alternative.
It offers more measurements but also monitors the system with SMART queries and WEAH errors.
HWiNFO: information and monitoring of the hardware and hardware of your PC
For beginners , rather turn to Speccy which gives system and software information and also some data materials and hardware:
Speccy: check the components of the computer (CPU, GPU, disk and memory)
Know the CPU, GPU, SSD and hard disk temperatures of your PC
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