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Nov 06, · 1, Core Temp has a pretty extensive G15 applet. I use it with my G15, it shows core usage, temperature, clock speed, BCLK, multiplier and time as well as model CPU. You can’t have both up at once, though, but you can have MSI Afterburner show the OSD while you keep CPU temps on . Nov 07, · This is how to fix your coretemp install on windows 10 to display on your Logitech keyboard at boot. CoreTemp integration: Shows the highest core temperature and the average core temperature. GPU-Z integration: Shows sensor values. Click to switch sensor. Long-click to show sensor name. Can run without the Logitech software on G13/G15 hardware (untested on G). Modules: CLK World clock with daylight savings time support and many time zones.
G15 applet core temp.G15 CPU / GPU Temps
CoreTemp integration: Shows the highest core temperature and the average core temperature. GPU-Z integration: Shows sensor values. Click to switch sensor. Long-click to show sensor name. Can run without the Logitech software on G13/G15 hardware (untested on G). Modules: CLK World clock with daylight savings time support and many time zones. Apr 04, · There is support for the Logitech G15 keyboard. Core Temp will automatically launch a G15 applet, and display temperature on the G15 display. It currently only supports single processor (up to 4 cores) systems. Core Reacts to the Soft-Buttons: Button1: Show current temperature. Button2: Show highlow temperature per core. Jun 07, · Core Temp is usually among the first applications to start when you boot up your system. Since the G15 software hasn’t started yet, this results in Core Temp failing to start the G15 applet. You can go to Task Scheduler and add a little delay to Core Temp’s task, this should allow the G15 software to start before Core Temp and will make the G15 applet start properly.
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The second brand of motherboards from VIA: VIARAMA
VIA Technologies announced its decision to introduce in December its second brand of motherboards called “VIARAMA”.
VIA’s new VIA Platform Solutions Division (VPSD), created in October, is known to be primarily dedicated to the distribution of motherboards based on the P4X266 chipset. Due to the fact that at present such VIA-branded boards are produced by third-party partners of the company, plus several companies (for example, Elitegroup and Shuttle) release them under their own label at their own peril and risk, VIA decided to bring some clarity to this process. Now motherboards based on chipsets P4X266, P4X266A and beyond can be divided into three categories.
All motherboards designed by VIA and manufactured at factories of its partners will be sold under the VIA brand. Boards designed and produced by the motherboard manufacturers themselves (with VIA approval) will be branded with the VIARAMA brand, marketing and sales of such motherboards will be handled by the companies themselves, but also under the auspices of the VPSD. The third group of motherboards based on P4X266 is already known to us: this is an independent work of companies that are not very afraid of Intel’s wrath and produce / sell motherboards without looking back at anyone. By the way, these boards are still on the market, but “proprietary” boards from VIA VSPD are still not on sale.
Source: The DigiTimes