monitoring is a must for overclockers. The most common solution
is to use a software program like Motherboard Monitor. That
program is great but has its limitations. You can't see the
readings while playing games or when you are rebooting for example.
This is where the CompuNurse comes into play. CoolerGuys
sent me two of those little toys to play with.
range: -40ºC to +90ºC
seconds sampling rate
(31.5 inch) sensor cord
not quite sure who manufactures the CompuNurse, as the packaging
is very simple and features no brand name. I have heard Globalwin
imports them in to the Americas. What I also know is that Senfu
manufactures a device, which looks just like it. Wolfie from
reviewed this unit a few months ago, and from what I see on
VH is the unit itself looks just the same. But the one from
Senfu come in a nice little box and a little rack for those
who want to keep it mobile. The CompuNurse came in a blister
pack and had no fancy rack. Maybe it's a Senfu device in disguise?
a very simple device actually. The thermal probe is flat so
you can mount it close to the CPU without interfering with the
heatsink. Note that you should never install the probe directly
between the CPU and heatsink. For one this will highly handicap
your heatsink performances and you will most likely crush the
probe. On most heatsinks, the core is elevated from the rest;
you should place the probe on the side of the core. Try to place
the head of the probe as right on the edge of the core.
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