You will need
  • Software Edition Everest Ultimate and Speed Fan.
To perform control measurements of the temperatures of the components of your computer, of course, you can use the thermometer. But this method is not practical, although it is considered the most accurate in the evaluation of the temperature. If you are interested in the temperature of the video card the latest models of these cards provide a digital temperature sensor. This is many times easier temperature measurements. But if for any reason you are unable to remove the side cover of the system unit (computer under warranty, and the system unit is sealed, use special software.
Common programs usually are programs of free access, i.e. free. Among them are 2 useful tools:

- Speed Fan;

- Everest Ultimate Edition.
Speed Fan allows you to measure the temperature of several components in your computer including the hard disk, and a processor. Once you run the program, it immediately starts measuring the temperature. A distinctive feature of this program can be multi-level temperature indicator. What is this indicator? This shows not only the temperature of the device and indicates whether it is limit or is normal. At the time of increasing or reducing the temperature of the sensor also notifies you about it, a graphical arrow goes up or down. The program can be kept open in minimized mode. In the system tray can display the digital indicator for any of the selected devices. On one of the tabs you can go online test the health of your hard drive.
How to check the temperature of your graphics card
Everest Ultimate Edition contains a number of test audits, benchmarks, etc. As for Speed Fan, you can do a large number of measurements. But information on your computer is a lot more. Have the opportunity to learn even time intervals of operation of your operating system against downtime and the life span of your operating system (how long has the system installed). To calculate the temperature of your video card, just go to the tab "Video".
How to check the temperature of your graphics card