Here's the (to be updated) list of Mac temperature sensors supported by the app.

  • Airport Card - temperature of the sensor on integrated Wi-fi module
  • Ambient, Ambient 2 - surrounding temperatures inside mac
  • CPU Core 'X' - momentary temperature of one of CPU (Central Processor Unit) cores. Sometimes it's not the best source for sensor-based control because of intense fluctuations.
  • CPU Diode - temperature read from CPU die sensor
  • CPU Proximity - temperature read from a sensor located right next to CPU
  • DIMM Module 'X' - temperature read from a RAM (operating memory) slot
  • Optical Drive - temperature read from Optical Drive sensor on iMacs with optical drive (models prior to Slim Unibody iMac 2012). This sensor is responsible for cooling down Graphic Card, not the actual optical drive
  • GPU Diode - temperature read from graphics card die
  • GPU Heatsink - temperature read from graphics card heatsink
  • HDD Proximity - temperature sensor near hard drive on some iMac models
  • PECI GPU - temperature from Intel integrated graphics chip
  • Drive Bay 'X' - temperature read from a 3.5 drive bar number 'X' on Mac Pro (2006-2012)
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Source code for MAC OS X application example. Download here: SensorTag OS X example. Two questions: The link provides a compiled app. Where can I find the source code, not the compiled app? The app only displays temperature, not the other sensors as humidity, pressure, accelerometer, gyroscope and magnetometer. The application allows you to change your Mac's speed and temperature sensors including 3rd party HDD/SSD (using S.M.A.R.T.) Language Support. Macs Fan Control is available in 28 Languages. Please note OS X 10.6 is Required. This software for Mac OS X is a product of Aladdin, s.r.o. The following version: 1.1 is the most frequently downloaded one by the program users. The application lies within System Tools, more precisely Benchmark. This app's bundle is identified as cz.aladdin.SensorX. The latest version of SensorX can be downloaded for Mac OS X 10.6 or later. Mac OS X Hints, macOS, Macs, Terminal, Unix 17 Comments Someone—perhaps it was Kirk —pointed me at this nifty Ruby gem to read and display your Mac's sensors in Terminal: iStats - not to be confused with iStat Menus, a GUI tool that does similar things. Installation is sinmple, via sudo gem install iStats. The history of macOS, Apple's current Mac operating system originally named Mac OS X until 2012 and then OS X until 2016, began with the company's project to replace its 'classic' Mac OS.That system, up to and including its final release Mac OS 9, was a direct descendant of the operating system Apple had used in its Macintosh computers since their introduction in 1984.

Sensors For Mac Os X 10.7

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Icons meaning:

Sensors For Mac Os X 10.8

  • CPU (Central Processor) related
  • GPU (Graphic Card) related
  • Optical drive sensor
  • Integrated Wi-fi module
  • Power Supply Unit related
  • Hard drive
  • SSD drive

Supported sensors discussion on GitHub. To discover max allowed temperature for your CPU please use this manual.

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