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Psensor on your new AMD 3950X build running Linux Mint 19.3

by Mountain Computers Inc., Publication Date: Thursday, February 13, 2020
View Count: 418, Keywords: Psensor, Heating Cooling, Monitoring, AMD 3950X, Hashtags: #Psensor #HeatingCooling #Monitoring #AMD3950X



First thing to do on a new build in either Linux or Windows is get yourself a thermal application installed to watch and monitor your components temperatures.
 
In Linux, use the Psensor monitor application. Its free.
https://www.tecmint.com/psensor-monitors-hardware-temperature-in-linux/
note: the stock thermals on my 2700X 3700X and 3950X CPUs were a little hot yet adjusted and controllable.
 
In Windows use the Hardware monitor HWINFO application. Its free.
https://www.hwinfo.com/
note: my i7-8700K and i9-9900K builds were fierce and the temps were controllable.
 
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