CoreDuoTemp
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CoreDuoTemp monitors the temperature of your Intel Mac.

Required configuration: iMac 2006, MacMini 2006, MacBook Pro, MacBook.

CoreDuoTemp uses SpeedIt.
What's New
Version 1.0:
  • CoreDuoTemp is a menubar application
Requirements
  • Intel
  • Mac OS X 10.4.6
  • iMac 2006, MacMini 2006, MacBook Pro or MacBook



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CoreDuoTemp User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 1.x:
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steveylin commented on 25 Mar 2008
For a temperature monitor compatible with 10.5 try 'Temperature Monitor' from http://www.bresink.com/
[Version 1.0]


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Virion commented on 14 Feb 2008
I'd suggest MenuTemperature but I think it uses SpeedIt as well, which might be the problem. SpeedIt was only released for 10.4 and they only mentioned a 10.5 release being delayed way back when the GM copies first shipped for Leopard, with nothing added after the 10.4.10 release on InCrew's site.

The only other way I know to read system temps is with CoolBook, which reads system temp, speed, and voltage; registered it also controls voltage and clock settings. You might have some luck as the developer released updates right up to 10.5.2 so it's at least been maintained.
[Version 1.0]


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droski commented on 07 Sep 2007
great app, had absolutely no problems.
[Version 1.0]


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Saints1 commented on 03 Aug 2007
Is this ever going to be updated to work correctly with the new Santa Rosa MacBook Pro's?

Or does anyone know of another app that does work with the new MBPs?
[Version 1.0]

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MacUpdate-Lon commented on 03 Aug 2007
These two should work for you:

http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/12381/temperature-monitor

http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/19871/temperature-monitor-widget
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Saints1 replied on 03 Aug 2007
Thanks for the info....

I actually use iStat for my temp stuff. What I was actually wanting is something that shows what speed my cores/processor is running.

Is there anything else that does that?
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Dana Sutton reviewed on 26 Dec 2006
Everything bad said about this app. in previous reviews is true: worst of all, I can't make this launch, when I try all I get is a "Applescript failed to launch" window. NExt worse: this needs a localized version for the US which displays temperatures in F rather than C.
[Version 1.0]

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Virion replied on 31 Dec 2006
You can change app to display Fahrenheit and even Kelvin and it should display it in the menu bar (how I most commonly use the program) after applying.
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natefp replied on 14 Feb 2008
Why would a foreign developer need to convert into Fahrenheit when the ENTIRE WORLD, excepting USA, uses Celsius? You must be American. If you ever finding yourself needing to know if it is hot or cold, and the only thermometer is in Celsius, use this.

C=(5/9)(F-32) or to compare, -40 F = -40 C
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Virion replied on 14 Feb 2008
Well I would imagine he might be American (though some people in other countries use Fahrenheit despite Celsius being official), it's clearly stated that he was looking for U.S. localization, which is a moot point as it was supported in the options.

If he were still looking for something with automatic detection, MenuTemperature supports automatic adjustment according to International Preferences.
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natefp replied on 14 Feb 2008
So the point is moot. It's way more fun to beat a dead horse anyways.

But that aside, does anyone know if there's a fix to the Leopard issue that won't let it work? My processor is trying to commit suicide and I would like to watch it in detail
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g4jay commented on 25 Oct 2006
I change the graphics for the Xeon in my mac Pro. However, I wish I could change the widget to F instead of C. :(
[Version 1.0]


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Hyperman commented on 02 Sep 2006
I executed CoreDuoTmep v1.0 and select quit of the menu, so AppleScript error occurred.
That message said,'NSReceiverEvaluationScriptError: 4(1)'.
[Version 1.0]


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Gjschaller commented on 18 Jul 2006
I second the reqest to let it run only in the menu bar - it's unnecessary to have it take space up on the dock when the information is already in the bar. If folks feel they need it on the dock as well, could it be made an option?

Thank you!
[Version 0.91]


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Hussain commented on 08 Jul 2006
i like the fact that it shows the current speed, but i'd run it all the time if it had a preference to run it only in the menu bar.
[Version 0.91]


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thechef commented on 15 Jun 2006
The window no longer remembers where it should be from one launch to the next. If I remember correctly, that was one of the fixes in the previous update, wasn't it?
[Version 0.9]


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Mac.Gebruiker had trouble on 25 Nov 2007
Since 10.5 this app does not work anymore. A pity also because the developer does not answer to any email.
[Version 1.0]



BlakeC6588 rated on 03 Oct 2013

[Version 1.0]


Downloads:56,875
Version Downloads:38,071
Type:Utilities : System
License:Free
Date:31 Aug 2006
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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CoreDuoTemp monitors the temperature of your Intel Mac.

Required configuration: iMac 2006, MacMini 2006, MacBook Pro, MacBook.

CoreDuoTemp uses SpeedIt.


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