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Is there an aesthetically good looking system monitoring software?

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June 17, 2017 7:37:34 PM

So I've started to really get into overclocking (current i5 4690k @ 4.5Ghz) and I'm looking to overclock my gpu as well (R9 390). In looking into how to do this I came across AMD's WattMan, and while "sadly" a cant use it because it only works with there 400 series gpu's and up, out of all the monitoring software I've come across it was the most beautifully laid out. I love the graphs they use, but it only displays my GPU information. Is there another software out there that presents all my system info (CPU, GPU, RAM,.....), their status (temp, speeds,...) as nicely as that does?

-I'm not looking for a software that will do the overclocking, just one that nicely displays my system status.

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June 17, 2017 8:03:47 PM

AMD overdrive is good for overclocking your R9-390.
For monitoring and stress testing I use AIDA64 and HWInfo64.
Together they will provide all you need for monitoring and testing purposes.
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June 19, 2017 4:10:39 PM

No disagreement with MeanMachine's post nor your desire to have "nicely displays my system status".

But please bear in mind that "nicely displayed" does not necessarilly mean or imply accurate, consistent, timely, or meaningful.

Just a thought to consider.......

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