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DigitalDoc 5 Reviews

| Posted: Oct 21, 2001 3:50 am

With the need to keep tabs on all the hardware temperatures in your system, many have been turning to the DigitalDoc 5 monitoring system. If you too are interested in this setup, then you can head on over to two different sites to see if its what you're looking for.

 

Overclocker Cafe:
"Once the unit is programmed to your liking you just sit back and watch. Now I monkeyed with things to force the fans to go above and below the trip temperature by covering intake fans that raised the case temperature. I really got a kick out of my normally noisy box being quiet and as the temp went up having additional fans come on one set at a time to drop the temp down."

 

Inside Project:
"If you don't have a single clue what DigitalDoc 5 is used for let's make it clear first. DigitalDoc 5 is used for monitoring up to 8 temperatures (processors, cases, graphics cards etc.) and alarming if they get too high. Fan speeds up to 8 fan's and voltage lines (+5.00 and +12.00). Now when everyone understands what's it's all about, let's take a look at the unit."

 

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