If you have an ASUS motherboard personal computer (PC), then you probably have a program called Ai Booster preloaded and installed on your PC. I have a ASUS motherboard on my PC that I helped build, and I have been using Ai Booster for several years, and I am well versed in how it works in managing and overseeing the environment that your computer is in.
Now, for every PC owner, the performance and workability of the computer is generally of quite high importance. Unlike less expensive investments, a computer is something that is used quite often, and is definitely worth protecting. ASUS Ai Booster is designed to help with this process, and is quite the program when it comes to monitoring your PC.
Now, your PC’s motherboard is central to your PC’s stability and performance. Sure, a good video card, lots of RAM, and such all help your PC maintain peak performance, but the motherboard is very essential to your computer’s health. Now, an ASUS motherboard is generally considered a good type of motherboard, and I have been using it on my personal computer which is for everything from gaming to video editing and production.
The motherboard performs well, and I haven’t had much of a problem with it, besides a fan needing to be replaced once. The Ai Booster program that comes with the ASUS motherboard really helps monitor the performance and usage of the motherboard, and the computers performance. How? Read on.
If you have ASUS Ai Booster installed on your PC already, boot it up. It is located under Start-Programs-ASUS-Ai Booster. You should then see a program appear on your desktop that looks this the image to the left. Here, a PC user can monitor the safety and performance of their ASUS motherboard PC, with relative ease. It might be a little confusing at first, so let me explain how to use the Ai Booster.
Most of what Ai Booster is used for is general PC and motherboard monitoring. Look at the large gauge in the top left of the program-here, you can see the motherboard’s temperature. According the many online forums, the average temperature in a motherboard is around 25-45 oC, although you should check with your specific ASUS motherboard type manual to find the right temperature. Remember, there will be some fluctuations in the temperature because of different PC programs running and percent utilization. If you are consistently getting very high temperatures, consider immediately investing in more cooling equipment for your computer!
The gauge right below this shows the fan on the PC’s RPM, which is valuable in detecting any problems in the computer’s speed of the fan. A good fan and cooling system is important to keeping a computer running at a safe temperature.
In the bottom right corner is a panel showing the percent utilization of the computer, which is good for showing you about how much of your computer’s power you are using. Now, when I say power, I mean the CPUs performance, not the electricity!
From the buttons on the right side of the panel, you can set the fan performance settings, and NOS settings. Be careful changing these, and find out what the recommended number is before performing any adjustments here on the Ai Booster for ASUS motherboards.
Ai Booster offers a great way to monitor your PC’s performance, and with a very well-designed program. Consider using it if you would like to keep a closer eye on exactly how good your computer is running, as most PC’s are not cheap to replace!