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Getting CPU Temperature via PowerShell
Posted in Windows Powershell, Windows Server | 1 Comment | 4,354 views | 23/02/2014 21:33

We can use WMI to get CPU temperature via PowerShell:

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# Target Server
$Server = "localhost"
 
# Get Thermal Information
$ThermalInformation = Get-WmiObject -ComputerName $Server -Namespace "root\wmi" -Class "MSAcpi_ThermalZoneTemperature"
 
# Calculate CPU Temperature
if ($ThermalInformation)
{
	$HostCPUTemperature = [math]::round((($ThermalInformation.CurrentTemperature - 2732) / 10), 0)
}
else
{
	$HostCPUTemperature = "Unknown"
}
 
Write-Host CPU Temp: $HostCPUTemperature °C

In my case, CPU Temp is always 8 °C, I don’t know, Why :)


Comments (1)

SooRin Kim

June 24th, 2015
09:34:35

It’s MainBoard’s Temperature.



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