Motherboard Monitor requires you to properly identify your motherboard in order to use the program. If you don't know the make/model of your motherboard you can use Everest (free) to find out...just look under Motherboard->Motherboard.
Everest itself, in fact, can tell you what the temps are, the speed of your fans, etc if you go Computer->Sensors, and requires NO input from you. However, unlike others, it doesn't display the information conveniently in the system tray...you have to launch Everest yourself to find out what the temps are.
Hope this helps,
P.S. What program is it that you have? That would tell us what those parameters are.
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