I am used to monitor system's characteristics by
lm-sensors hddtemp psensor in Ubuntu Linux.
I would like to get a similar monitoring setting as
psensor in Windows 10 Enterprise.
My processor is the third generation i7, i7-3770, with socket 1155. The Open Hardware Monitor -application does not support it. It would be great some software which supports my CPU. I am using GTX 9** GPUs.
I am experimenting both answers. The most relevant part of CPU monitoring is to estimate the power usage. OHM does not have drivers for i7-3770 but it still tries to estimate the power of my processor, which is a wrong way of doing these estimations. Max temperatures of CPU in different programs
- BIOS UEFI utility - EZ Mode. CPU temperature +35 C in 5 min running but this is only physical CPU temperature so may ignore core 2 and 3.
- Windows 10 Enterprise, OHM at rest. Physical 38 C, 0 33 C, 1 55 C, 2 75 C, 3 110 C. Impossible!
- Ubuntu 14.10, psensor at rest. Physical 38 C, 0 33 C, 1 38 C, 2 34 C, 3 33 C.
- Ubuntu 14.10, psensor at CPU heavy load for 5 minutes. 60 C, 0 51, 1 67 C, 2 67 C, 3 54 C,
- Windows 10 Enterprise, CPUid.
CPUid and OHM simultaneously in Windows 10 Enterprise
A ticket sent about the case here in OHM. Issue sent also in freenode's #hardware-monitor channel.
How can you monitor characteristics of CPU and GPU in Windows 10 Enterprise?