SpeedFan is not available for Mac but there are plenty of alternatives that runs on macOS with similar functionality. The best Mac alternative is iStat Menus. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try Stats or Macs Fan Control. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked more than 25 alternatives to SpeedFan and 16 are available for Mac so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting Mac alternatives to SpeedFan are smcFanControl (Free Personal, Open Source), SSD Fan Control (Free), TG Pro (Paid) and eul (Free, Open Source).
iStat is a series of system monitor apps. It's available in different versions: iStat Menus, iStat for iOS and iStat Server as a companion application to the iStat for iOS app that lets you remotely monitor your computers (free for Windows and Mac).
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iStat Menus vs SpeedFan opinions
Most users think iStat Menus is a great alternative to SpeedFan.
It is for Apple computers only, Speedfan is not limited to an uncommon platform.
Monitor and control fans on Apple computers with a simple and efficient user interface • Real-time monitoring of fan speeds and temperatures • Solve noise problems such as those caused by iMac HDD replacement • Solve overheating problems like those found on a MacBook...
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Macs Fan Control vs SpeedFan opinions
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Great program, clean graphic, light and with the right options. The best
smcFanControl is the perfect application for all those Macbook owners getting burned by their hot-running Macbook. This Mac application allows you to control the speed of the fan in your MacBook so you can avoid it running hot.
iMac users who tweak their systems using 3rd party hard disks or solid state disks, are often surprised by an unpleasant aftermath: an annoyingly noisy hard disk fan. Fan management in Apple systems relies on temperatures reported by the SMC system.
MenuBar Stats 2 has been reinvented. Completely re-written from the ground up. MenuBar Stats 2 is composed of modules (CPU, Disk, Network,...). Each module can be seen in your menu bar. Each module can be combined in 1 window, or in a separated window.