Temperox
Temperox 1.0b3
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Temperox monitors easy and simple the temperature of your PowerBook/iBook. It monitors the temperature of CPU Bottomside, CPU Intrepid Bottomside, Power Supply Bottomside and the Battery. Additional Temperox monitors the speed of rear left fan, rear right fan and the CPU Core Voltage.

Note:There are some PowerBooks/iBooks without any sensor, so it is not possible to monitor the temperature of those machines.
What's New
Version 1.0b3:
  • Added PowerBook / iBook models.
  • Fixed some bugs.
Note: This is a beta version
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS X 10.0 or later



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PhilippBerndt reviewed on 09 Jun 2011
there should be a way to report dead links
[Version 1.0b3]

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Rockin' Kat replied on 20 May 2012
There is, it's just not as convenient as it could be...

It can be found by clicking the "about" link at the bottom of any page on this website. On that page are a list of contacts for MacUpdate.

updates@macupdate.com
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Notimetoulouse commented on 08 Aug 2010
Looks like this is dead and gone everyone. Link to Devs site doesn't mention this App at all. Needs to be taken down Macupdate!
[Version 1.0b3]


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Anonymous reviewed on 24 Jan 2005
Cool!

The fan on my 17" starts at 58°C.
Realy nice tool!
[Version 1.0b3]


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Anonymous reviewed on 24 Jan 2005
easy and useful tool.
[Version 1.0b3]


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Anonymous reviewed on 23 Jan 2005
Beta 3 works for me. Good job.
Powerbook 15"
[Version 1.0b3]


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Anonymous reviewed on 22 Jan 2005
Works fine on my PB17.
I like this tool. Easy to use. The app is 40k big.
[Version 1.0b2]


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Anonymous reviewed on 22 Jan 2005
hmmm..... this claims my Rev.A 12" PowerBook has no temp sensor

Have a look here: http://www.bresink.com/osx/TemperatureMonitor.html for a very good app that works !
[Version 1.0b2]

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Anonymous commented on 22 Jan 2005
Too bad it doesn't give the temp in Fahrenheit for US users. Centigrade readings are useless to us.
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Anonymous commented on 22 Jan 2005
:)
Not often an American gets to complain about exclusions !
Perhaps if you got with the metric system (even the Brits abandoned inches and Fahrenheit for something useful a long time ago) the world would be a better place !
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Anonymous commented on 22 Jan 2005
I concur. Farenheit degrees are plainly useless to the rest of the world.

If US citizens (they call themselves Americans, thus stealing a continent's name to name their country, mind you) only tried to start living in the world instead of trying to force the world to live by their rotten nazi-like strandards, they wouldn't be invading countries and no-one could have ever thought that blowing skycrapers was a way to go.

Learning how to read Celsius degrees, although a small, simple step, seems a big one to our "American" friend (do we really have to wonder why?), but one that would surely make a better human being of him if he ever took it.

God save the Queen!
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Anonymous commented on 23 Jan 2005
Still resentful how the United States of America broke away from your laughably obsolete monarchy and surpassed you in every respect, limey? Go suck a banger. Meanwhile enjoy your AMERICAN Macintosh OS.

"...the Queen"?? Talk about useless!!
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To the Developer: I was not criticizing your nice app, just wishing that Fahrenheit converson had been included. Is that so terrible? For better or worse Fahrenheit is what we use. If you wish to turn off US Mac customers, well that's your marketing decision...
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Anonymous commented on 23 Jan 2005
You have to wonder, though, what is going on in peoples minds at the moment.....

'Marketing decision' about a free app.....???

And becoming a 'better human being' by learning to read temperatures in Celsius.....??? What??????

Peace.
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Anonymous commented on 23 Jan 2005
Forget everything I said about this app. I was talking about the *other* app URL someone gave which I downloaded and tried. Can't even use Temperox on my computer. Didn't anyone (including me) notice the Temperox illustration shows Fahrenheit readings? LOL.

My other comments still apply.
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Anonymous reviewed on 21 Jan 2005
Nor the eMac family.

I suspect very few desktops have temperature sensors.
[Version 1.0b2]


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Anonymous reviewed on 21 Jan 2005
Just learned my G5 iMac has no Sensor :-(
Would've liked to try this out.
[Version 1.0b2]


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Version Downloads:5,162
Type:Utilities : System
License:Free
Date:22 Jan 2005
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Temperox monitors easy and simple the temperature of your PowerBook/iBook. It monitors the temperature of CPU Bottomside, CPU Intrepid Bottomside, Power Supply Bottomside and the Battery. Additional Temperox monitors the speed of rear left fan, rear right fan and the CPU Core Voltage.

Note:There are some PowerBooks/iBooks without any sensor, so it is not possible to monitor the temperature of those machines.


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