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CPU Temperature/ Fan Speed

CPU Temperature/ Fan Speed

CPU Temperature/ Fan Speed

OK I have come up short on this so maybe it is not possible. I am looking for a script that will display the speed of the CPU fan and/or any other Fans in the computer(power supply or other) and also looking for a way to display CPU temperature.

RE: CPU Temperature/ Fan Speed

This isn't directly (or at least title doesn't say) for fans, but it does pull in hardware info. It could possibly be a place to start:
Powershell Script to get Server CPU info, along with Cores and All NICs

That's an interesting idea. There are of course products already out there that give you loads of info. CPU-Z is one I've used. I've used others, but do not remember them right now. May not be a real-time monitor, though. I've used CPU-Z and others so seldom that I have a hard time remembering.

Well, here you go. This could be exactly what you need:
List Computer Fan Information

Those are both from:

I've never tried any of that, so no clue how well it works.

"But thanks be to God, which giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ." 1 Corinthians 15:57

RE: CPU Temperature/ Fan Speed

Thank you for the information. I will give those scripts a try and let you know.
I was trying to avoid a third party app if at all possible.

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