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Maximum log termperature


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You can use the Logging feature to log the min/max/average values for each monitored temperature, voltage and fan speed value. You can activate and configure the Logging feature in AIDA64 / main menu / File / Preferences / Hardware Monitoring / Logging. Once you activate it, you'll see that in the target folder two files will be created, one is the actual log file, and the other is the statistics file. The latter will show you the min/max/average values.

Another way is using the Statistics page of the System Stability Test module. You can open the System Stability Test in AIDA64 / main menu / Tools / System Stability Test.

Regards,

Fiery

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thanks, I can not find the log files, and select the option ..

You need to use AIDA64 Extreme Edition. AIDA64 Business Edition has no such feature -- but it still has the System Stability Test that can be used for the same purpose as I've explained above.

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use extreme version, but does not save the log of the maximum temperature after playing? without using the stability test

You need to go to AIDA64 / main menu / File / Preferences / Hardware Monitoring / Logging, select the values you want to monitor in the list: you need to put a tick in the checkbox for the values you want to monitor.

Then enable the "Log sensor readings to HTML log file" on the top of the page. Then enter the filename in the edit field that becomes enabled after ticking the HTML log option. Enter something like:

c:\mylog

Then press OK button, and navigate to the C:\ folder. The log files should already be there.

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creates a lot of logs, that could be reduced?

AIDA64 opens a new log file only when you make modifications to the Logging settings, or when you close and open AIDA64 (the application) again. If you keep it running for hours, it will use the same log file.

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