This is within the software, when you look at the performance graphs and the overlay on your screen. Everything is Celsius
That's because in computers, safe and dangerous temperature ranges are defined in centigrade, so there is absolutely no reason to use Fahrenheit.
Maybe where you live but I see no need to use the Celsius scale, here in America, where no one here uses it except as a number displayed right along side the Fahrenheit numbers. People use the scale they are accustomed, to determine (mostly), if something is normal or out of spec/scale and if so, by how much. Assuming that the scale YOU use means MORE than what someone in another part of the world uses is both useless and arrogant. Almost all software that assumes Celsius is the default scale to use, at least, gives us the ability to change it to one we are more comfortable/familiar with. Leaving out that feature alienates your audience and is like writing an owner's or user's manual and failing to include translations to the most widely used languages.
I agree. I have seen other computer system software respect language and cultural differences regarding Measurement Systems. An option to represent temperatures in the Fahrenheit scale rather than centigrade would take a tiny bit of entirely stable code. However, if the Adrenaline versions for Windows 10 were built effectively they would first follow the Measurement System choice set in Windows 10, system settings and provide Fahrenheit scale if set to "US" and centigrade if set to "Metric".
While I agree it would be nice to have the option for those that don't want to use what is actually, the much easier to use metric system.
I am not sure you are speaking for all of America.
Only 3 countries in the world use Imperial measurement as a default, USA, Myanmar, and Liberia.
As you can see NO other major country. I am an Engineer, I have a good friend who is an architect and my wife is a surveyor. All of those today, right here in the USA measure with the metric system then provide conversions to Imperial as needed. However all three of us often convert the original metric number into Imperial for users down the line to use such as the contractors / design & build. So it is a big mix of both but hardly all vs the other. It has been this way for decades at this point. Some countries like us and the U.K. are a bit stuck in the middle with some things being measured one way more prevalently than the other.
I don't think that black_zion was inserting in any way that it ,or you, or anything is dumb for using Imperial measurement just that in computer circles, that most computer specs are in Metric and have been for about 30 years now.
Again I agree it would be nice to have the option to simple use pull down menu to allow for personal preference.
Options are alway great things!
One thing is for certain and while those who prefer Imperial because it is what they know. Metric is easier, much easier. Plus it is capable far more exact measurement.
Until it is adopted, fully, it is callous to impose a standard on others. Again, it's like requiring ALL countries to use English, just because we do. No, in America, we embrace other cultures, and we HAVE adopted the Metric System, where it makes sense. There is NO advantage to using Kilometers instead of Miles, Meters over Yards, or Centimeters over Inches, just because someone else wants us too or thinks they have a better way. Our system has been in use and has been well established in our culture. It may make sense use the Metric System when using beakers and test tubes, but there is a reason for the Imperial System. It was invented as a system that ordinary people could readily understand and use, WITHOUT special equipment. That makes sense too.
The inch is roughly the length of 1 segment of your index finger, King Henry I of England fixed the yard as the distance from his nose to the thumb of his out-stretched arm. However, the Yard originated in the Roman mille passuum, a thousand paces, or more precisely, a thousand strides. Each pace consisted of five Roman feet, giving us a mile of 5,000 feet. Since the Roman foot (the pes) was smaller than today's foot, the Roman mile was about nine-tenths the length of our mile today.
So, you see, they were trying to so the same thing as the Metric System, it's just easier at this point. Using this system, people didn't NEED to have a measuring device to determine distance, and people from all walks of life, from the rich and famous to lowly commoners could use the system without any formal training. Science is VERY precise and disciplined, so the Metric System makes more sense there. Regardless, we still use the Imperial System in America. Until that is no longer true ... get over it.
I don't think anyone is really imposing anything on anyone. It is a measurement that is easily converted if not by a preference in an application, by countless other applications or with a search in your browser or today even asking Alexa etc....
Industries and businesses who deal with international trade have to use metric measurements because the rest of the world does. So US business in general already uses it. Plus as already noted pretty much all businesses where exacting measurement is required today uses Metric.
It seems the general population of the US will resist forever. Being isolated in the world doesn’t seem to bother a chunk of all Americans.
If you built anything today by those ancient standards you gave you would have a huge failure rate in building and nothing would line up. So not really relevant but I get where you were going.
Lastly I don't have to get over anything as I don't have a problem with either system. Use whatever you wan't. You are the one that has some huge chip on your shoulder over people just trying to help you. Frankly the only place the things you have said are valid is in your own mind trying to prove relevance to a moot point that the world has long since moved on from.
Obviously you have no interest in help from the community so as I advised before, talk to AMD: https://www.amd.com/en/support/contact-email-form
Tc = (Tf -32) *5/9
Tf = 9/5 * Tc + 32
anybody else with F- in thermodynamics?
Was that an "F" for Fahrenheit ??? Nice formula but, can you teach my monitoring app to do it.
Seriously ... Apparently, the programmers can no longer write simple subroutines. I mean, it's not like it has to run all the time and it's NOT complicated, as you've shown. In the old method of programming, where everything was located in the same program, it could be checked once when the app starts and once IF and when the user changes the settings, then 1 variable could be set to store which subroutine needs to be run to calculate the number to display, and a 2nd one could store the letter to be displayed ("C" or "F"). Maybe 20 lines of code total (or even less if I wrote it back in the day), and part of it would be code they are already using, just altered a bit.
In modern coding, in the same decision points (at program start and when temperature preferences settings are changed), you could just determine which DLL module to loaded into memory. Simple.
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