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CoreDuoTemp
CoreDuoTemp
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CoreDuoTemp free download for Mac

CoreDuoTemp for Mac1.0

31 August 2006

Monitor the temperature of your Intel Mac.

What is CoreDuoTemp for Mac

CoreDuoTemp monitors the temperature of your Intel Mac.

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

CoreDuoTemp uses SpeedIt.

What's new in CoreDuoTemp

Version 1.0:
  • CoreDuoTemp is a menubar application

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depechemod1976-1
depechemod1976-1
Jul 4 2020
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Jul 4 2020
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Version: 1.0
Да. Вот только нужное за деньги.
Steveylin
Steveylin
Mar 25 2008
1.0
0.0
Mar 25 2008
0.0
Version: 1.0
For a temperature monitor compatible with 10.5 try 'Temperature Monitor' from http://www.bresink.com/
Virion
Virion
Feb 15 2008
1.0
0.0
Feb 15 2008
0.0
Version: 1.0
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.
mghty
mghty
Nov 25 2007
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Nov 25 2007
0.0
Version: 1.0
Since 10.5 this app does not work anymore. A pity also because the developer does not answer to any email.
Droski
Droski
Sep 7 2007
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Sep 7 2007
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Version: 1.0
great app, had absolutely no problems.
Saints1
Saints1
Aug 3 2007
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Aug 3 2007
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Version: 1.0
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?
Dana-Sutton
Dana-Sutton
Dec 26 2006
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1.0
Dec 26 2006
1.0
Version: 1.0
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.
G4jay
G4jay
Oct 25 2006
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Oct 25 2006
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Version: 1.0
I change the graphics for the Xeon in my mac Pro. However, I wish I could change the widget to F instead of C. :(
Hyperman
Hyperman
Sep 3 2006
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0.0
Sep 3 2006
0.0
Version: 1.0
I executed CoreDuoTmep v1.0 and select quit of the menu, so AppleScript error occurred. That message said,'NSReceiverEvaluationScriptError: 4(1)'.
anonymous-skink-4625
anonymous-skink-4625
Jul 18 2006
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Jul 18 2006
0.0
Version: 0.91
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!
anonymous-dingo-729
anonymous-dingo-729
Jul 8 2006
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Jul 8 2006
0.0
Version: 0.91
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.
Thechef
Thechef
Jun 15 2006
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0.0
Jun 15 2006
0.0
Version: 0.9
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?
Jetfiredx
Jetfiredx
Jun 14 2006
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Jun 14 2006
0.0
Version: 0.9
Not sure I trust this little app. (Though nothing else will give me a reading at the moment.) The window will report that the temp is around 140 deg F when I am "idle" as in just browsing the net. But the display I had set up in the menubar? It was showing 166 deg F or more. I was thinking my system was possibly running too warm which was why I opened the main window. Not sure now. I have AppleCare and I will watch it for any problems but like I said, I am not sure if I can trust this apps reading of the temps.
None234
None234
Jun 5 2006
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Jun 5 2006
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Version: 0.9
could it be right that my MB boots at 140F, my servers stay at 113
Vitaly
Vitaly
Jun 5 2006
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Jun 5 2006
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Version: 0.9
1. menu item does not work on my mbp 2. data are already plural, so datas is wrong
jcraig
jcraig
Jun 5 2006
0.9
5.0
Jun 5 2006
5.0
Version: 0.9
A big thanks to the developer for listening to users concerns/gripes over the password/keychain issue. This is now a 5* app. Excellent.
Zorg
Zorg
Jun 1 2006
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Jun 1 2006
0.0
Version: 0.8
Has anyone else noticed that CoreDuoTemp stopped working after the Quicktime 7.1.1 software update (posted 31 May)???? CDT launches, but beachballs after the window opens. ... Curious
Whytoi
Whytoi
May 31 2006
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May 31 2006
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Version: 0.8
My Black MacBook is reading 1.5GHz. How come?
Vitaly
Vitaly
May 24 2006
0.8
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May 24 2006
0.0
Version: 0.8
when i select indicator in menu, it shows a lot of coreduo menuitems, filling my menu space. also auto authentic is weird; why do i need to make a new key chain? needs work
Holypoly
Holypoly
May 24 2006
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May 24 2006
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Version: 0.8
quote Nill point end quote Seems that English isn't your native language, either ;-P
Otsego
Otsego
May 21 2006
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May 21 2006
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Version: 0.7
ATTENTION ALL USERS: If your MacBook Pro is constantly situated on 1000 MHz, you might want to put your battery in your computer. There is an important flaw with the Intel Core Duo that turns OFF the dynamic clocking of the processor if the battery is not present, and is staticly clocked to 1 GHz. Once you put the battery in, it starts with dynamic clocking. For benchmarks, see here: http://imelika.net/Benchmarks/MacBook%20Pro
User-Name
User-Name
May 21 2006
0.7
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May 21 2006
0.0
Version: 0.7
How do I completely uninstall this app including that Speedit thingy?
Garyi
Garyi
May 21 2006
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May 21 2006
1.5
Version: 0.7
Mate this is a mess, I had many errors and pop up boxes telling me stuff that was rubbish and although it appears english is not your first language, it might be best you stick with your first language. Sorry. Nill points.
jcraig
jcraig
May 21 2006
0.7
5.0
May 21 2006
5.0
Version: 0.7
OK, I'm pretty good at following directions, but there's gotta be an easier way. I'm still fighting with Keychain. Is v. 0.6 still available?
Mdamli
Mdamli
May 19 2006
0.6
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May 19 2006
0.0
Version: 0.6
Little suggestion: Remove the flame from the dockicon and replace it with the current processorspeed. Other than that, a nice little application, despite requesting admin priveliges. -- I see the MacBook Pro runs mostly on 1500Mhz, and 1833Mhz when actually requiring use. Never seen it go down to 1000Mhz, though.
Silverhawk
Silverhawk
May 18 2006
0.6
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May 18 2006
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Version: 0.6
Nice idea, it should be made into a Widget.
Carbonide
Carbonide
May 17 2006
0.51
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May 17 2006
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Version: 0.51
It connects to the author's server to check if there's a new version available. You can turn that behaviour off in the preferences. It asks for your password because it has to install a kernel extension to query the processors internal thermal sensors. That's all. I concur that the dialog box could be more explicit stating why it needs the password.
Smpdigital
Smpdigital
May 17 2006
0.51
0.0
May 17 2006
0.0
Version: 0.51
Why does it need to connect to a french server?, why does it need my password?, not easy to trust.
Dombi
Dombi
May 17 2006
0.51
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May 17 2006
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Version: 0.51
Correction: RTFM! After installing speedit.kext, this application is working fine as well.
Dombi
Dombi
May 17 2006
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May 17 2006
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Version: 0.51
I tried running this application. First of all, if it installs a .kext file, it should warn the user. I don't like how it just pops up a password window. I gave it my password, but it failed with the following message: chown: /Users/user/Desktop/Safari: No such file or directory chown: Downloads/CoreDuoTemp.app/Contents/Resources/speedit.kext: No such file or directory kextload: /Users/user/Desktop/Safari: no such bundle file exists can't add kernel extension /Users/user/Desktop/Safari (file access/permissions) (run kextload on this kext with -t for diagnostic output) kextload: /Downloads/CoreDuoTemp.app/Contents/Resources/speedit.kext: no such bundle file exists can't add kernel extension Downloads/CoreDuoTemp.app/Contents/Resources/speedit.kext (file access/permissions) (run kextload on this kext with -t for diagnostic output) (1)
truthhurts
truthhurts
May 16 2006
0.51
3.5
May 16 2006
3.5
Version: 0.51
Can't handle spaces in the path to the app. Tries to install a kext without notifying the user. Very spartan interface. Sure not anything I'd be using...
Kublakhan
Kublakhan
May 16 2006
0.51
0.0
May 16 2006
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Version: 0.51
Very Simplistic Temperature montitor. If this is opensource we should see alot of larger apps (like the iStat Pro widget) using it. If this developer has more time I would like to suggest adding a fan control hook to this app and an indicator in the dock of the temperature. One thing I found very nagging was that the temperature was only in celsius - no Fahrenheit or Kelvin options. All I know is this - I'm sending in my MacBook Pro because of a heat issue and this program only reinforced my determination that my problem is real and that my computer is really hot (even if the exeternal temperature is a bit cooler, it's still very, very hot).
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App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later
  • iMac 2006, MacMini 2006, MacBook Pro or MacBook

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