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  1. 5 points
    Thanks AIDA64 . I've been working on this project for while now trying to find a good hardware monitor . I've tried numerous software like widows gadgets , Rainmeter and others but none come close to the flexibility and customization of aida64 sensor panel. my senory panel and background templates can be found here https://drive.google.com/open?id=1yH94G6xE_tOKwSJsf6KYgZrs51Bm4qH9 The fonts I used were part of the Darwin pro font family edit( GeeekPi 5 inch HDMI Monitor LCD Resistive Touch Screen 800x480 LCD Display USB Interface for Raspberry Pi 4) is the screen used
  2. 4 points
    My first Custom sensor panel, It´s on 1024 x 600 Screen is displayed on an incase screen. It is not yet finished but still in progress. I was ispired a little bit by everyone.
  3. 4 points
    Hi! I'd like to share my compact taskbar-optimized variation of the SensorPanel. AIDA64_SensorPanel_v6.8.sensorpanel
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  6. 4 points
    My Custom sensor panel, in the style of Asus' AI suite. It's 800 x 460 as this will be displayed on an in-case LCD-screen. The dials on top are dynamic, as well as the animated fan icons. I'm quite pleased with it. In case anyone's interested, I'll post a picture with the final result!
  7. 3 points
    Thanks to Fiery for the info on custom sized gauges. I'll look to try some different sizes
  8. 3 points
    Kudos to all those shared their work. This is my panel (1024x600) with bits and pieces that i have gathered throughout the thread. A few minor tweaks were made here and there for my needs. 2020-05-25.sensorpanel
  9. 3 points
    Made some new gauges for every one (aida panels are addictive, lol) The 1st is in 3 sizes, the other 2 are in 4 sizes. Enjoy! hip63 aida64 gauges.7z
  10. 3 points
    Thanks to the talented people here I was able to craft my own panel out different bits and pieces. I call it "Executive Decision" Thanks everyone! hip63
  11. 3 points
    After countless iterations and numerous dead ends I'm glad to present you a new viable variation (v8.96). The following previews helps to compare idle... ...and active state under dynamic load: AIDA64_SensorPanel_v8.96.sensorpanel It's even more compact (400 x 40 px) and shows more valuable sensor information at the same time: - Every modul has its own activity graph as background. - The network modul's invisible frame serves as activity bars where the vertical segments are active between 0 and 1024KB/s, while the horizontal ones from 1025 KB/s to maximum bandwidth. What do you think? Feel free to leave a comment and give me valuable feedback. Thx.
  12. 3 points
    I did some modifications in the razer sensorpanel shared in this thread, so it's matching my current build. Most text and numbers are "Lucida Console" font. Made for 800x480 raspberry pi screen. +additionally I'll show off my whole build in a spoiler below. that's an i7 9700k 4.9GHz 1.24v + 2070 super (waiting for ampere release). PS. Included .sensorpanel file went to the 'hidden contents' area, don't know how to fix it.
  13. 3 points
    Started with some of the shared goodies on this thread (thanks to all those that contributed!), and modified one to work with my screen and color theme. ZBeast_800x500_2020_01.08_sensorpanel.100f48e4b20588cadc3735b78f89faa9
  14. 3 points
    ROG Edition I uploaded the font i used as well pirulen rg.ttf 2019-10-08-Final.sensorpanel
  15. 3 points
    Working on this new project.. still work in progress, I hope you like it... Some new gauges, some copied and modified from the ones available here on the forum, thank-you all to share your files. It is on a 10' Samsung tablet 1280x780 If someone needs any file, pls ask here...
  16. 2 points
    OK i kept working. replaced font. this is for a 2k side monitor 1440p rev4.sensorpanel pirulen rg.ttf
  17. 2 points
    My First attempt at a panel, gauges came from members here that have posted. Still have several ideas that I wanna use to improve it. 1280x800Panelv1_sensorpanel.ac3fd9e500c912ff02bb13a6b0528e2f
  18. 2 points
    Two new Bars I created , enjoy VertBar.zip HorzBar.zip
  19. 2 points
    20 min to change color in asus TUF style (same panel 800x480) TUF 2020-05-15.splcd.axlcd
  20. 2 points
    Got some inspiration from some of my favorite movies, "Mad Mad" The "Blower" light comes on when the video card hits Boost! hip63 Last_of_the_V8s.7z
  21. 2 points
    Hi, for anyone that wish to use Razer theme sensor panel....i modified and made it one....pls feel free to share razer2.sensorpanel
  22. 2 points
    Since my PC is behind me, I ported the screen to a frame I can monitor directly on my desk SENSOR PANEL V2.sensorpanel
  23. 2 points
    My latest simple creation, It does what I need. bluecpu.axlcd
  24. 2 points
    Hello my friends, this is my first creation with Corsair Black and Blue Background in 1024X600 PX, the screen is a 7" in 1024x600 px resolution
  25. 2 points
    First of all I would like to say thank you to all the people that shared their Sensor Panels and Gauges for me to try out and amend. Most of us, are at home at the moment looking for things to do. I found Aida64 extreme and this forum last night. So thought I'd give making a hardware monitor for my 2nd 1920x1080 screen a go. Below is a combination of templates I found on this thread with my own twist added. I haven't used Photoshop in years since I'm in my 40's now But managed to create my own Background and Stuff. So time to share back, attached is the template and the PSD if you want to edit the background. Thank you, this wee project killed a few hours EDIT, the PSD is too big for an attachment, so hosted it here on my Nextcloud. https://next.rezs.cloud/s/ygR6cedDrdRfst3 SensorPanel-Reznap_sensorpanel.1cb7ac2666bf2bb6d10cbe76043c8c97
  26. 2 points
    Another one taked from here and modified to my needs for 1920 * 1080 on Odospace 2020-02-29.oslcd
  27. 2 points
    Taked from here and modified to my needs for 1920 * 1080 on Odospace. 2020-03-01 RoG.oslcd pirulen rg.ttf
  28. 2 points
    Since a few days I own an AMD Ryzen 9 3950X. I want gauges for for the CPU clock cores, but 16 gauges are a little bit to much for my small display (Mimo 7" USB-Display). So I build a set of double (half) gauges. As font I used Consolas with size 8. Hope you enjoy it. Double_Gauge.rar
  29. 2 points
    Thank you. I'm afraid the protocol differs from the one used in other SteelSeries products that we've got, so we need to order an Apex Pro keyboard to let us do our research on how to communicate with its OLED display. Please give us 1 or 2 weeks to order the unit and work on it. I'll let you know in this topic once we have a new AIDA64 update that you can try on your Apex Pro.
  30. 2 points
    Thank to Novax for sharing gauges 3 BLUE Red.splcd.axlcd
  31. 2 points
    same panel but black, white and red for samsung spf 800x480 BlackWhite 2019-01-20.splcd.axlcd
  32. 2 points
    Hello Here is my panel of ROG control for my second screen 1920x1080. I realized with photoshop at 80% There are some changes to make. Image 1 is without photoshop Image 2 with photoshop Sorry for my english I am french.
  33. 2 points
    At this time i am proud to present you my panel! For me it was a hard time to do something because i am not realy good at this. The gauges are my own creation, some other stuff are from other users. THX at this place to all, i have mentioned these great people some lines above. Would be nice to hear your opinion. I hope it worked with the upload from the template, feel free to use it. ;-) Greetz Stealth 2018-03-01 - final.oslcd
  34. 2 points
    Here is what I think is the final rendition of my panel for my current (OLD) rig ... I can't really work on the panel for my new build till it's put together, but I might post a few ideas for it.
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  36. 2 points
    Got a bit carried away with XCOM2 and hunting down a (possible) memory issue...
  37. 2 points
    Here is my AIDA64 Sensorpanel, it was a heavy working:)image
  38. 1 point
    hi, i'm new here. Wanna share my 1st senor panel. just started using Aida64 3 days ago. and honestly, i had fun making my very first sensor panel. been searching alot and i have seen lots of awesome sensor panel. I envy those who has a unique sensor gauges rather than the stock gauges provided. i am really hoping on making my ROG themed sensor panel to match its gauges. I wonder if there's such a website that sells different gauge designs. i would really appreciate the hook up.. Thank you guys.
  39. 1 point
    Hi all, New to this and created 2 myself, have to say robbed/copied a lot of other peoples work on here so thanks. If anyone has any large black/white/grey gauges and wants to share them please do, tried to make my own but just didnt look right and want a few bigger ones for temps 1 is skyrim black white theme for 1024x600 (7 inch) 2nd is fallout theme for 800x480 (5 inch) skyrimbigv2.sensorpanel Pipboy Final v1.sensorpanel
  40. 1 point
    Wow..... thats was huge work i love it Can you share it?
  41. 1 point
    is it possible resize this panel to 800x480 keeping the proportions? Tks
  42. 1 point
    兄弟,请询问原始的psd和您的psd文件,谢谢 我的邮箱是1226526163@qq.com
  43. 1 point
    Hi! Last year, I was looking for a display to show different information on my home theather computer. I wanted a display to fit in a 5" 1/4 bay and no LCD technology as I don't want backlight that lights all my room when I watch a movie (high contrast required). Then I discovered the 3.2" monochrome OLED display ER-OLEDM032 based on SSD1322 chip. Support in Aida64 was implemented by Fiery. It looks great! Infinite contrast of OLED technology is perfect. 4 different models exist for 4 different colours. Blue: Green: White (what I chose): And yellow: Dimensions: 4 protocols are available. Protocol to be used is set using bridges on the display PCB. 6800 8-bit parallel 8080 8-bit parallel 3 wires SPI 4 wires SPI 6800 and 8080 are obsolete as we don't use anymore parallel port. I chose 4 wires SPI rather than 3 wires SPI because communication speed is a bit higher. To convert USB to 4 wires SPI, I used a FTDI UM232H-B-WE breakout module based on chip FT232H. Here is the schematic of connections between USB breakout module and OLED display:
  44. 1 point
    Please upgrade to 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.
  45. 1 point
    Done a sensor panel with lot's of room for more gauges.I use them for PC gaming. Dragon Nights Gauges.7z Dragon Nights.sensorpanel
  46. 1 point
    What kind of tablet do you have? We've tested this with our Nexus 9 tablet, which reflects that a previous resolution of 1024 x 671 should be used in landscape mode. When we set it to that resolution, the LCD preview is in landscape mode (as it should be), and whatever we put on the LCD layout gets displayed properly on the screen. Almost the whole screen is filled, with only the top Android notification bar and the bottom Android virtual buttons bar make the usable area of the 9-inch screen a bit smaller.
  47. 1 point
    Mismo panel pero para resolución 1024x600 BlackWhite-1024x600.sensorpanel
  48. 1 point
    Here below 4 ideas for the background of the panel nearly completed .. which one do you prefer? Any suggestion is appreciate. If someone need anything just ask. There are a lot of nice panels/works on this forum!
  49. 1 point
    Hello i made an 1280x1024 remote sensor version but i alsoincluded the same file to use in sensor panel. new OrangeRemoteSensor.zip Resources (Every used image as .psd or .png. geforce font) old added all resources too (logos as psd´s etc.) have fun if u like it https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B2ZDxrvrYT7gam16TU05N3pMbmM
  50. 1 point
    1) Do you have 2 or 4 processor sockets populated? 2) Do all processors have DDR3-1333 memory installed? So every processors use the same memory configuration? In case you have 4 processor sockets populated, and every processors use the same DDR3-1333 memory configuration, that would mean you've got 16 memory channels total, each running at DDR3-1333 speed, which would mean a total memory bandwidth of 166.6 GBytes/sec. Hence the results could well be accurate The confusion may come from the fact that AIDA64 (the main application itself) only supports up to 32 processor threads, so it cannot show you all processors on the Cache & Memory Benchmark Panel. However, the multi-threaded memory benchmarks support up to 64 processor threads, so it can utilize all 48 processing threads you've got in your system (if you have all 4 processor sockets populated, each with a 12-core Magny-Cours CPU). Regards, Fiery
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