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Windows XP X64
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CrazyInfo is a system information tool that show CPU Clock, CPU usage and RAM usage of your system

CrazyInfo shows the CPU Clock, CPU usage and RAM usage of your system. In the settings.xml file you can adjust some settings!

If you own an ASUS mainboard, use the CrazyInfo_ASUS.exe.You get additional infos about the CPU temp. and the CPU fan speed.First you must have installed Asus PCProbe. Then copy the CrazyInfo_ASUS.exe into the PCProbe directory and run it.

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