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On linux you can use lm_sensors to expose CPU temperature to snmp, and use your tool of choice to graph it. I'd like to do the same with Windows.

I found SNMP-Informant which offers two free agents that plug into Windows SNMP service. I'm using the standard one to export Disk, Network, CPU, and Memory info to a linux box running Cacti. It's perfect.

And their Motherboard Monitor is exactly what I'm looking for (exporting temperature, fan speeds, voltages) - except it requires 6-year-old MBM5 that doesn't even run, let alone list my new Gigabyte board in the motherboards to pick.

Anyone know how to do this?

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Easiest way is with SpeedFan : http://deve.loping.net/projects/sfsnmp/

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Alas, it seems this project is broken at the moment. There's a recent thread on the forum about fixing it though, so hopefully it gets resolved soon. –  Tom Ritter Jul 2 '10 at 1:11
    
It's still down. Any other suggestions??? –  wurlog Jan 7 '11 at 15:54
    
Note that the version 0.1.2 available through the project's download page and dating Nov 2010 claims to have Vista/7 compatibility on board. –  syneticon-dj May 27 '13 at 19:33
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