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Hi Paul,

I've not actually done this in LabVIEW. But I use something called Core Temp to monitor temps on my laptop.

There's a few add-ons here: http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/addons.html

One of the add-ons is open source. So there may be a way to use some of that code with LabVIEW.

Hi All,

Does anyone know if it's possible to access motherboard temperature sensors using labview, and if so, how?!

Thanks!

Paul

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(For info, this is a kind of cross post with NI.com here: http://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW/Is-it-possible-to-access-motherboard-s-built-in-temperature/m-p/1662280/highlight/false#M594131)

Thanks for the info.

Unfortunately, coretemp only appears to return the CPU core temperatures. I'm really after ambient board temperature (that I can get from speedfan for example, but can't see how to get into labview).

Any other thoughts?

Thanks

Paul

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I'm sure there is a DLL call you can use but a simply hacky way of doing it is if SpeedFan supports logging the temperature. I know CPUtemp can be configured to log to a CSV file every minute or so. If SpeedFan supports this you could then re open that log in LabVIEW.

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