Open Hardware Monitor is a free utility that collects data from sensors installed on various system components. The collected data is displayed in a single tree view list.
The program will tell the user about the current, minimum and maximum fixed temperatures of the CPU cores (separately), GPU, motherboard bridges and hard disk surface. Open Hardware Monitor also collects data about the load on the various components, cores, voltages, cooler speeds and the percentage of free space occupied by the drives installed in the system. As part of the program, each installed component is displayed briefly, showing details about it as it works with almost all existing iron models.
Tree list portions can in-line themselves or can forever be "hidden." If this is the theme, we will do everything possible to minimize or hide part of the list. objects can be changed order as you wish (We recommend using any spelling you prefer, but do not recommend Cyrillic). You can scale and minimize the Open Hardware Monitor notification panel, making it ideal for small installations.
During the program launch, the actual values are updated in real-time and the data is viewed within several seconds. Installation is not needed due to the open source nature of the program. In his role as opensource developer, he regularly releases hardware-related updates.
- Data pertaining to system temperature, frequencies, voltages, and loads are collected;
- columns contain the maximum and minimum values in the current;
- : (*>) Exporting the collected information can be achieved by utilizing Export Information for the Selected Information option;
- It does not require installation and does not have open source code.
- The base is capable of supporting nearly all existing sensors on motherboards, CPUs, GPUs, and HDDs.
- is completely free.