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    Here is my AIDA64 Sensorpanel, it was a heavy working:)image
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    Hey guys, just thought you might like my Star Trek TNG sensor panel. I styled it like the control panels from The Next Generation. It's fully functional. I'm always tweaking though. It's a large size. 1024 x 972. I usually use it with 25% transparency on my 1600 x 900 desktop. I may do another design, just to switch up now and again.
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    Thanks for the quick fix. All working fine now. Here is my custom panel. System Idle Example System Load Example Desktop Example If any one wants to use it you can download it from my blog - http://blog.psine.com/sensorpanel.html
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    Here's my panel. Put a fair bit of effort into it lol. The gpu values are incorrect as i havnt installed my card yet but it'll be sweet once i do.
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    Here is the updated SensorPanel sample to the AIDA64 v3.20 release to show you the new area graph and histogram in action. Please note that if you want to use this graph as is, you need a CPU that is capable of measuring and reporting its power draw. 320release_sample.sensorpanel
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    I just wanted to share the SensorPanel design I've been working on. Any suggestions are welcome! The mess of red lines in the CPU graph are the eight individual cores and the blue line is the overall load. The RAM bar is the RAM utilization and has the memory clock, rated speed, and timings as well. System temperatures are next, followed by the on-board fan speeds. The GPU graph shows GPU load in blue, MC in red, and VE in yellow (which seems to be 0% all the time), indicated by the labels beneath the graph. The GPU's current bus speed is above the graph, along with the GPU's current clock speed. Video RAM utilization and clock speed, GPU diode temperature, and GPU fan speed are at the bottom. Some thoughts: I wish there were a cleaner way of showing individual CPU cores on a graph - maybe showing only physical cores instead of all eight from HyperThreading? Sensor items that display hardware models would be nice for decorating the panel. Yes, I could just put a static label on there for my own personal use, but it wouldn't be very useful for someone else's system. Colors used on the panel should be able to have alpha values set. This could allow some great aesthetics, but would also allow for some easier-to-read graphs with multiple values (like the CPU cores in this example). Conditional coloring for sensor values would be great. For example, you can see above the CPU graph that the clock speed is lowered in an idle state; it would be nice to have this colored when not at max speed. One other addition that would make designing these panels more efficient would be a CSS class-like system where you could use a style class in place of a specific color so you could change the color used on multiple elements with one change. I've attached the SensorPanel file but I'd imagine you would need to have a similar board and CPU for it to work without some modifications. Here are my specs: i7-3770K at 4.3GHz Intel DZ77SL-50K board 16GB DDR3-1600 GSkill Ares memory EVGA Geforce GTX 670 with 2GB RAM Z77_i7-3770K_GF670.sensorpanel
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    I'm pretty sure that activity is not related to the clean AIDA64 build that you can download from our website. Your AIDA64 copy may be infected or otherwise altered (cracked, hijacked, etc). Basically there are 2 distinct internet activities that AIDA64 performs between the user's computer and our servers. The first one is related to the auto-update feature, and should happen in the frequency you choose in AIDA64 / main menu / File / Preferences / General / NetUpdate. You can completely disable the auto-update check there, if you wish. The other activity only happens if you have the External IP Address sensor item placed on your OSD Panel, SensorPanel, LCD, log file, or used as an External Applications item. That activity is repeated every 15 minutes while you keep AIDA64 running. It simply pings our servers to obtain the external IP address of the user's computer. The repeat frequency is set to 15 minutes in order to avoid putting too much pressure on our servers.
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    I'm glad you could resolve it, because we couldn't find out what's wrong on our end. We've tried to replicate the issue, but the only idea we came up with -- and even that one was a weak one -- is that your internet connection to our server (that provides the external IP info) is very slow for some reason. As for alerts: the existing AIDA64 Alerting module doesn't support changing label colours when an alert is fired. You can have a warning message box popped up, your computer shut down or an audio alert fired (played).
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    We've done some experiments on that, but it wasn't successful. If the BIOS fails to properly initialize the thermal controller, PCH Diode temperature cannot be measured by Windows software or any other method
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    The video driver reset takes a second or two, and after it is done everything should go back to normal. Except for the GPU subtest of the AIDA64 System Stability Test which will be stopped after the video driver reset. So in case a permanent blackscreen is exhibited, it may be due to a video driver reset issue in the first place, but then the video driver cannot recover due to -- in most cases -- a hardware stability issue. In other words: if you cannot get the display output working after the video driver reset, it's a hardware malfunction. Such malfunction can be due to a number of reasons, including excessive overclocking (and/or overvoltage), overheating, video memory stability issues (or overheating), PCI Express communication breakdown, etc.
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    We've added the requested new hot key in the latest beta version of AIDA64 Extreme available at: https://www.aida64.com/downloads/latesta64xebeta After upgrading to this new version, make sure to restart Windows to finalize the upgrade.
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    RTSS labels cannot be customized at this time, so AIDA64 uses their default values. Regards, Fiery
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    Thank you both for your feedbacks
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    I'm getting lost again, but ... the above mentioned new AIDA64 beta update is available for download at: https://www.aida64.com/downloads/latesta64xebeta After upgrading to this new version, make sure to restart Windows to finalize the upgrade. Please let us know how it works about the CPU temperature
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    The above mentioned new AIDA64 beta update is available for download at: https://www.aida64.com/downloads/latesta64xebeta After upgrading to this new version, make sure to restart Windows to finalize the upgrade. Please let us know how it works on your system.
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    The mentioned new AIDA64 beta update is available for download at: https://www.aida64.com/downloads/latesta64xebeta After upgrading to this new version, make sure to restart Windows to finalize the upgrade. Please let us know how it works on your system.
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    Only one such dialogue (warning message) is popped up in the AIDA64 System Stability Test. It is about fixing the video driver timeout detection and recovery delay value, also known as TdrDelay. The warning message says: The Windows video driver Timeout Detection and Recovery delay (TdrDelay) value is configured too low. It may cause the video driver to be reset while running the AIDA64 System Stability Test. Do you want AIDA64 to fix this issue for you now? Please note that you need to restart Windows after altering the TdrDelay value. The TdrDelay Registry entry that AIDA64 checks can be found and can also be manually updated/altered using the Registry Editor: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\GraphicsDrivers Please note that the TdrDelay value only has an effect on the AIDA64 System Stability Test when the GPU stress testing is enabled. A too short delay will cause Windows to recover (restart) the video driver during the OpenCL based GPU stress testing session.
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    Please submit a report from the About page, and if possible, we will fix the reported issue in the next AIDA64 app update.
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    Thank you for your feedback. We'll complete the iCX support in the next AIDA64 beta update due later this week. I'll post a message into this topic once the new beta build becomes available for download.
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    We've implemented preliminary EVGA iCX sensor support in the latest beta version of AIDA64 Extreme available at: https://www.aida64.com/downloads/latesta64xebeta After upgrading to this new version, make sure to restart Windows to finalize the upgrade. Let me know how it works. Note that the iCX related readings will only appear on the Computer / Sensor page at this time. As the new sensor module gets more mature, we'll add the readings to the LCD, SensorPanel, OSD Panel (etc) modules as well. Please note that currently it supports a single video card model: EVGA GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 iCX. If it doesn't work on your video card, or in case you have a different video card that features iCX sensor, please submit a fresh nVIDIA SMBus Dump.
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    Thank you for the dump. Yes, we'll add it, but first, we need to find a way to detect the presence of the iCX MCU. So far we haven't found a reliable way of doing that, but we keep looking for a proper solution. Please give us a few more days to investigate this.
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    Yes, but first we need to find out whether the register readout works on your video cards. Both of you, please right-click on the bottom status bar of AIDA64 main window --> Video Debug --> nVIDIA SMBus Dump. Copy-paste the full results into this topic, or attach the results as a TXT file to your post. You may need to enable status bar in AIDA64 / main menu / View first. Thanks, Fiery
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    Here is mine, work in progress....shows what I need. BTW, the large numbers in lower right are cpu temp and d/l kb/s. I can read those numbers from across the room. Done on a Samsung SPF-87H 800x480
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    This is a real layout GA-Z77X-UD5H. Panel size 1000x792 GA-Z77X-UD5H.2015-11-20.sensorpanel I have layered .psd file.
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    Used Booers panel and modified it. I use Rainmeter so I needed a narrower panel to fit at the bottom of my Rainmeter sidebar. Edited/Updated (04-11-2015): I tweaked it further, made a few more improvements and replaced the files with the updated versions (e.g., switched out RAM temps for VRM, spacing improved, and tweaked some of the max values). Attached Thumbnail Attached File AIDA64 default cpu gpu net v7.sensorpanel
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    Thanks for all the great visual aids! Here's mine for your viewing pleasure...........