really cool! you can check all the temperature of all the devices, cpu, hard disk etc etc and you can set an alarm too , when is over a determinate temperature, a pop up is on your screen, cool and easy to use, with a graph too.
No graph in LMDE 5. "Fan 1" is self-explanatory. What is 'temp 1,' 'temp 1'(there's two of them), 'Tctl,' 'Tdie,' 'Tccd1,' 'Composite?' No clear and concise terms, there.
incrivel melhor da categoria
Took me a little playing around to figure it out, but it seems to work well. Couple things I'de like to have seen... when shrinking the window, it remember the split between graph and sensor list, so when you expand back out again it's not just the graph. (Maybe an option to always show grid and sensors so you can't shrink it down to nothing....) And start logging maybe the first sensor in the list on startup so you get an idea of what's going on immediately. Good job!
It doesn't seem to support more than 4 cores. My 5th through 8th core doesn't show up. Should at least support 32 cores in this day and age. Graph is useless. Needs a grid not just a top and bottom range. Just not very useful.
Works great. Does what it's supposed to and does it well.
it works great
Non il ne voit pas mon ventilateur de processeur, alors que tous les logiciels de ce genre sur Windows le voient. No fan speed so is useless. A8 7600 AMD APU LM19.3
Does what it's set out to do, and does it well. A great and simple little program. Love it.
Simple e direto, costei bastante!
Used it in Ubuntu 18.4 and it worked great. Moving to Mint 19.1 Cinnamon it seemed to work, but clicking on the tray icon would open charts instead of showing menu. Deal breaker for my use case, switched to Conky.
I test on MINT and is perfect
totally unstable on mint 19.1, cinnamon frozen, manual kill in background console needed....
Nice, basic, simple device to show temps and CPU usage. I like it. Been dependable.
Fonctionne très bien et paramétrable