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    Introduction I like AIDA64, especially the logging functionality, but it's difficult to analyze this data. The diagrams within AIDA64 are very limited and there is no possibility to compare the influence of different settings (e.g. graphic) to the overall performance of a system. So I decided to implement a tool, which allows to illustrate AIDA64 log data in several diagrams and to compare multiple log-files side-by-side in one diagram ! User Guide Before you can use the tool, you have to generate an AIDA64 log file with at least the following marked settings: Log sensor readings to CSV log file UpTime The tool is very simple to use: no installation necessary, just start "GenericLogViewer.exe". At the top you can select how many diagrams with how many log-files should be presented by the tool. Open an AIDA64 log file by clicking the "Open File" button, select application type "AIDA64", select an AIDA64 log file and press "Open" (AIDA64 csv-log-files have typically the filename pattern: *_log.csv). After parsing the file, the logging duration of the file is shown and by default the "Timeline" diagram of the first log category. You can change the shown diagram with: Timeline/Statisic RadioButton Log Category ComboBox Change all buttons (changes category in every diagram) The Y-axis shows the values of the seleted Log Category in ComboBox (unit is within [..]) If an opened file is still updated with logging-data by AIDA64, you can simple update/refresh it by clicking on the "Reload"-Button: At the top left corner of every diagram you can find the arithmetic average of the corresponding curve: If there are too many different values on Y-axis in "Statistic" mode, the values are grouped into ranges. If this is the case, the following control is shown, which allows to increase of decrease the number of ranges (or to disable quantisation). Splitter between the diagrams allow you to adjust the height of all diagrams: After opening all log files you can hide the file area by unmarking "Show file area" to get more space for diagrams. New feature since version 2.1: Simple Mode I added a "two columns" feature, which doubles the number of diagrams. But if you use "two columns" with a high "number of diagrams" the diagrams are very small. That's why I introduced the "Simple mode" which: simplifies header and footer decreases line thickness Tip: use the "Tab"-key to toggle between 'Standard' and 'Simple' mode ! New feature since version 3.0: Time Window Definition If you click the "Edit"-button in the file area, a new window will be opened to define Start- and End-time of a time window for the logfile (see user guide at the top of this window). It allows you to show only a part of a single logfile or to synchronize multiple logfiles Attention: time window start-time is "normalized" to "00:00:00", otherwise synchronization of multiple log-files will not work ! Button description: "Set": defines Start/End time of time window "Reset": resets Start/End time to "file borders" "Zoom": zooms into diagram with the actual defined Start/End times for fine-tuning (from Start-10% to End+10%). Remark: works only in case of Start/End is more then 10% from "file Start/End times") "Cancel": closes window without any change "Apply": yes, take the actual defined Start/End times as the used time window for all diagrams ! New features since version 4.0 (August 2018): possibility to compare different categories of one file in one diagram possibility to present diagrams in a "dark style" If you have only file loaded, it's now possible to add up to two more ComboBoxes for category selection in any diagram. Addtional you can change the background color of the diagram section to black. New features since version 5.0 (July 2019): MSI Afterburner logs are now supported too (*.hml) "Statistic"-diagram got many improvements (now it works as it should) New diagram-type "Triple" implemented, which shows Minimum, Average and Maximum in a barchart: Requirements Microsoft Windows Microsoft Framework .NET 4.7.2 (at least, Windows Update from April 2018) no installation necessary, just start "GenericLogViewer.exe" Download The zip file (SHA-1 hash, Version 5.1: 3F00587F9019A8215BABDC8A55BE8264D60D7A9E) contains the binary files of the tool. Version history: 1.0: Initial version 1.1: "Change log category" buttons added 1.2: User Interface improvements 1.2: Switch to GenericLogViewer 1.3: Bugfix: depending on Windows Region Settings there could be a problem during DateTime conversion (older versions) 2.0: Many internal changes, new features see post below 2.1: New features see post below 2.2: Bugfix: log-files, created on a PC which was running > 24 hours couldn't be loaded -> fixed 3.0: New feature: Time Window Definition 3.1: Bugfix: sometimes log-files can't be opened after AIDA64 was stopped -> fixed 3.2: Bugfix: sometimes log-files can't be opened, case reported by mkos1 below -> fixed 4.0: New feature: different categories of one file in one diagram and dark mode 5.0: New feature: diagram-type "Triple" implemented 5.1: New feature: save screenshot GenericLogViewer - Version 5.1.zip
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    New version 3.0 available ! New feature: time window definition per logfile possible: to show only a part of a single logfile or to synchronize multiple logfiles See detailed description in first post of this thread ...
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    Hi guys I'm new here on forum, so... My name's Pav, i'm from Navan (Ireland).Today i've created my first sensor panel MIDNIGHT(based little bit on sunj's work. Thanx man ). Hope you like it. preview: And on my desktop: MiIDNIGHT.sensorpanel
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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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    Finished mine. Transparency is fake Download
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    I finished my first one, yay. 2012-12-01.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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    Here is my Sensorpanel This was a shot underload, you can see all 8 cores being utilized and the temps I've also added my Sensorpanel file and if you want the background let me know. neostarchild.sensorpanel
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