Graka Temp mit MBM ???

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  1. Graka Temp mit MBM ??? #9
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    jau das würde mich auch interessieren! und welche temps sind da ok und welche net?

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    Hallo Knighty,

    schau Dir mal Diesen Ratgeber. an. Dort wirst du bestimmt fündig.
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  3. Graka Temp mit MBM ??? #10
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    das klappt nur bei asus karten und irgendwie in verbindung mit smartdoctor.

    generell unterstüzt mbm keine grakatemps.

    hab bis jetz keine möglichkeit gefunden die voltage aufs osd zu bekommen :8

  4. Graka Temp mit MBM ??? #11
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    ja, man muss aber den smart-doctor nur installiert haben, muss nicht aktiv sein!


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    @Knightswift
    Jetz weiss ich was Du gemeint hast, hatte wohl ein Brett vorm Kopf ;)!

  6. Graka Temp mit MBM ??? #13
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    hier mal alle funktionen fürs script im überblick:

    <Temp X Name> TxN Send the name of temperature sensor X (where X is between 1..10)
    <Temp X Value> TxV Send the current value of temperature sensor X (where X is between 1..10)
    <Temp X Alarmhigh> TxAH Send the alarm high limit of temperature sensor X (where X is between 1..10)
    <Temp X Alarmlow> TxAL Send the alarm low limit of temperature sensor X (where X is between 1..10)
    <Temp X Lowest> TxL Send the lowest value of temperature sensor X (where X is between 1..10)
    <Temp X Highest> TxH Send the highest value of temperature sensor X (where X is between 1..10)
    <Temp X Average> TxAV Send the average value of temperature sensor X (where X is between 1..10)

    <Volt X Name> VxN Send the name of voltage sensor X (where X is between 1..7)
    <Volt X Value> VxV Send the current value of voltage sensor X (where X is between 1..7)
    <Volt X Alarm> VxAL Send the alarm value of voltage sensor X (where X is between 1..7)
    <Volt X Lowest> VxL Send the lowest value of voltage sensor X (where X is between 1..7)
    <Volt X Highest> VxH Send the highest value of voltage sensor X (where X is between 1..7)
    <Volt X Average> VxAV Send the average value of voltage sensor X (where X is between 1..7)

    <Fan X Name> FxN Send the name of fan sensor X (where X is between 1..10)
    <Fan X Value> FxV Send the current value of fan sensor X (where X is between 1..10)
    <Fan X Alarm> FxAL Send the alarm value of fan sensor X (where X is between 1..10)
    <Fan X Lowest> FxL Send the lowest value of fan sensor X (where X is between 1..10)
    <Fan X Highest> FxH Send the highest value of fan sensor X (where X is between 1..10)
    <Fan X Average> FxAV Send the average value of fan sensor X (where X is between 1..10)

    <CPU Load X Name> CLxN Send the name of CPU X (where X is between 0..3)
    <CPU Load X Value> CLxV Send the current value of CPU X (where X is between 0..3)
    <CPU Load X Lowest> CLxL Send the lowest value of CPU X (where X is between 0..3)
    <CPU Load X Highest> CLxH Send the highest value of CPU X (where X is between 0..3)
    <CPU Load X Average> CLxAV Send the average value of CPU X (where X is between 0..3)

    <CPU 1 Name> C1N CPU Name
    <CPU 1 Speed> C1S CPU Speed

    <Time> Current Time
    <Date> Current Date
    <Number of Readouts> Number of readouts done

    /* /* To start a section of your script you don&#39;t want shown
    */ */ To send a section of your script you don&#39;t want shown

    <Uptime> Uptime of the system

    <PCName> Name of the system
    <InternetIP> Internet IP number
    <LanIP> Lan IP number

    <MemLoad> Specifies a number between 0 and 100 that gives a general idea of current memory utilization, in which 0 indicates no memory use and 100 indicates full memory use.
    <MemTotalPhys> Indicates the total number of MB of physical memory.
    <MemAvailPhys> Indicates the number of MB of physical memory available.
    <MemTotalPage> Indicates the total number of MB that can be stored in the paging file. Note that this number does not represent the actual physical size of the paging file on disk
    <MemAvailPage> Indicates the number of MB available in the paging file.
    <MemTotalVirt> Indicates the total number of MB that can be described in the user mode portion of the virtual address space of the calling process.
    <MemAvailVirt> Indicates the number of MB of unreserved and uncommitted memory in the user mode portion of the virtual address space of the calling process.

    die uptime und mem funktionen find ich nice :ad

    Quelle: mbm html-hilfe

  7. Graka Temp mit MBM ??? #14
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    hey cool, vielen dank&#33;&#33; :bj


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