Temperature Gauge for Mac
Keeping an eye on the temperature values and on the fan speeds reached inside your Mac can prove beneficial your device’s well being.
Whenever you receive signals that you’re putting too much of a strain on your system, all you have to do is simply stop some of the current tasks and allow the computer to cool down. As a result, your Mac will perform better and you will make sure everything goes as planned.
Temperature Gauge is an efficient application that runs in the background and displays the current temperature and the fan’s RPM in a status bar icon. From the app's Preferences you can easily adjust the default measurement units and the refresh rate.
Moreover, you can access the app’s main window and view detailed info about the average CPU temperature or about the temperature of the ambient air. In addition, you can view the readings for each CPU core, for the GPU, for the battery or for the hard drive, logic board, memory. What's more, you can see the heat emanated by your palms.
Temperature Gauge is able to send alerts if the readings are above the limit set by the user and can create log files that contain the temperatures, the fan speeds, but also the alerts. To analyze the data, you can easily generate Temperature Gauge Charts.
Since Temperature Gauge 4.1 is the latest version accepted in the App Store, you must buy the application and then use a separate download provided by the developers to update it to the latest version. You can learn more about this situation on the Temperature Gauge Update page.
Designed to help you understand better how hard is your Mac actually working, Temperature Gauge provides access to the readings of different sensors inside your computer. This way you can see immediately if you are putting too much of a strain on your device and pause for a while certain tasks.