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    Maximum Bitrate vicky_obee's Avatar
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    Temperature Pop Up

    Hello Every one
    Well can some 1 help me with a small snippet or a software that pops up ...
    Ok let me explain my prob
    Am in India where the normal temp is 46 C ( appox 115 F )
    and when the car is parked in heat in a parking the temp goes as hi as 65 C ( appox 150 F)

    I had the car pc in the boot earlier BUT it would not run at this HI temp ( auto Shut off )
    SO i decided to re do the whole project to be fitted in the Glove Box with a Foot vent to divert cool A/c air in this glove box ( its all done now )

    But what i want / request You Gurus to help me with is a software ( like Speed fan ) to monitor the temp of CPU ( in background ) and pop up when the temp reaches a specified value ( user adjustable )
    So that i can divert ALL the A/c air ( thru foot vent ) into the glove box and keep the CPU temp low...and as the temp goes down can re route the air back to normal flow...

    Can you pls help me with this small snippet

    Appreciate your help
    Vicky
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    Motherboard Monitor 5 works well.
    It can also give audible alerts for high temps. IT's older, but still works, even with most newer motherboards.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    Maximum Bitrate vicky_obee's Avatar
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    Hi Thanks for the suggestion
    But unfortunately it does not support my VIA MINI ITX Mobo....
    Can some 1 give me more help

    Thanks
    Commell LV-677 DC 6 x 6" Mother Board
    2.6 GHz; 1 Gb Ram
    120 Gb Laptop HD
    7" InDash Xenarc MTD - X7000 Screen
    Gyration Mouse ; GPS Mouse ; ELM Scan ; TPMS
    Parrot MK 6000 & iPhone
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    Re done the carputer...Into the Glove Box !!

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    if it doesnt support motherboard 5 and speedfan your only real computer-based solution would be an I/O device like the fusion brain. I use a fusion brain with my RRFusion plugin to monitor CPU temps, if the temps go higher than 110 it triggers a relay which runs additional fans that pull in cabin air
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    There are cheap alternatives if that's all you want http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.7003

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