How to organize the monitoring of the temperature of the graphics card (win 7) from your phone or tablet?

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The crux of the problem — there are 6 machines (win 7) that deal with computations (17 cards) are going to go out of town for 3 weeks and there was a problem monitoring all of this (an individual will keep an eye on, but it's better to be aware of). With an ipad and a phone with Android, maybe there are customers for them and the software under Windows? Can still any variants is?
I know that in Linux e this can be easily arranged, but I'm having problems with the acceleration, and flash cards would not be desirable.
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for Android is TeamViewer. you can find in the market, or off. the website
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A couple of queries in Google resulted in Munin.
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About ready to not hear, but I would do this:
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  1. Good old Riva Tuner is able to write statistics to a text log.
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  3. Any way parsim this log.
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  5. Custom Scheduled Task, which is every five minutes, say, launching our parser.
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  7. Ibid., poparsov, helmet soap to taste, more if Delta > X, or absolute value > Y etc.
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Or do so — to put a large update interval statistics in Riva Tuner, logs to parse, and stupid to take the last string and write it to a file in your Dropbox folder :)
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LogMeIn.com — there is a trial pro version, remote management + it gathers information from all sensors. Work was just the application, and I think value is. As an alternative, the same LogMeIn + any soft track temperatures — even Everest, even though gpu-z, though anything else came remotely — looked temperature, in which case — cut down what you need.
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