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    B550-F Gaming & Ryzen 5 5600X - Best Monitor App?

    Hello,

    Everyone certainly can have their own personal preferences for apps, this is really not what I'm asking here.

    Is there actually a professional consensus, if there is really such a thing going on, over which is/are the best CPU monitoring apps for this board and cpu?

    I know of most of the apps out there, so maybe it is simply a matter of preferences, I'm more concerned with apps that really support the hardware good.

    THANKS

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    This is subjective at best.

    Personally, I let the board monitor what matters and the novelty wears off once your system is a few years old and runs perfectly day in day out. That said, my go to AP is Aida64 Extreme, because the stress test can help me find a weak component and can set it resident any way I want. Few years back used to have it display on LCD screen on the keyboard, but don't use this anymore because my headset LCD monitors all critical components and displays it.

    There are LCD displays you can get that go in the window of the case.... if I was inclined might add one of them.

    Anyway thats my2cents on this.

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