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G3 Temp Monitor?


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I've searched around, but havent' been able to find any program that lets me monitor the temp of my G3 iBook. One program I tried (I don't recall the name) said that my machine lacked the proper sensor. However, isn't there a program that will let me see what the fan's temp sensor/thermostat is seeing? I'm not concerned with 100% accurate CPU temps so much as I'd just like to be able to gauge the general temperature inside the machine.

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yes me too, ive tried ipulse which looks nice and has tons of info but the temp monitor was strange, starting at zero and rising to 30+ !

konfabulator has a temp monitor but not tried it as i need panther first
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