Frankly I have never understood the passion to monitor the temperature of the processors. As far as I know, you can't change it, other than cooling off the entire machine, or hacking your machine and risking serious damage. Besides you should not be running the machine in a hot environment anyway. I believe the machines have thermal cut-offs anyway (gets too hot, shuts down). So what is the big deal about the real time monitoring of a temperature sensor? You can do that in your home with an electronic thermometer and have something useful.
Then there is the issue of so many programmers wanting to write code to do this. I have seen close to a dozen of these. I may be an interesting learning experience, but to try and charge for something that has so little practical use, seems sort of inane to me. But then P.T. Barnum always seems to be proven right.
To summarize, if their is a real, honest, practical use for monitoring the CPU temperature, will someone please let me know. However if nothing gets posted, those reading this know how to save some money.