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Many modern computer components contain thermal sensors, including but not limited to the CPU, hard drive, and even motherboards, although to be fair, motherboards did it first. Display cards may or may not include them but they should as they are usually the first to die from overheating. That said, it has never been my experience that commonplace network ...
Why do you need to check the temperature of your network card? Your network card may not have a temperature sensor, (I know that my somewhat older PCI network adapter doesn't) but if it does, and Hardinfo isn't reading it, you might want to try Psensor. Somewhat off topic, but why are you concerned about your network card's temperature?
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