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  1. Thanks to joransrb for Inspiration
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  2. Here is my current setup...theme of course changes often
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  3. What do you think about my first totally handmade sensor panel ? (1920*480) I would share it if it makes people curious: p All is interactiv
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  4. Like the animation on the edges. Great job, Thank you
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  5. This a simple sensor screen for those who do no like busy screens tell me what you think its a 1024 by 600 screen 7 inch RED INSPIRATION.sensorpanel
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  6. Sure ! I made some changes however. kakthus.sensorpanel Images.zip
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  7. this is my cyberpunk 2077 nightcity panal it will only work on a 1024 by 600 7 inch screen unless you resize the assets plz give your thoughts on this as it is my first attempt cyberpunk 2077 nightcity v.2.sensorpanel
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  8. Hey! I am sharing my project for a 800 * 480 display. Many thanks to the authors for the visuals they shared. The idea was to put as much information as possible on the small 5 "display. The water sensors are not connected now, so the H2O values need to be replaced with what you want. When I install the display in the case, I will show the result =) Font Airborne project1.sensorpanel Airborne.ttf
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  9. Further modified 4xu5's panel. Changed a bunch of icons as well and made it fit to 800x480. Also, here's my ZZAW B3 SFF Custom Loop as well sensor-800x480.sensorpanel
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  10. In many cases it's because of the influence of some sort of virtualization. If you can, try to deactivate Hyper-V on your system or completely disable CPU virtualization (from the BIOS Setup).
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  11. Simple but I like it !
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  12. Want to share my latest project. Currently 90% in progress.. The elements were from you guys who sharing your Sensor Panel here thus, thank you so much. This template is made to accommodate my upcoming long screen (ordered locally) and gotta say that I am proud with this one. The resolution is 1920x480. The fan gauge were custom made including the ram graph (impractical i know lol). I ll share the template soon enough when its completed.
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  13. Great thread! I have truly been inspired by many of you! This is my first contribution, an analogue volume knob. Enjoy!
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  14. Icons are from here. There are a lot of free icons. Enter for example hardware and you get everything. Free vector icons - SVG, PSD, PNG, EPS & Icon Font - Thousands of free icons (flaticon.com)
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  15. that is really pretty cool. being an old fart, this gives me vibes of the sentry gun panels from aliens. please do if possible, can you share this
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  16. Hey there. Never knew about anything like this until I watched JayzTwoCents' video. 3 days later, I've got a 7" 1280x768 monitor and a shiny new SensorPanel to go on it. The gauges were really really hard to make! They're actually two "halves" per gauge, for 32-step gauges. I honestly should've made the background slightly more transparent so you can see the graph behind it better, but I'm not going through another 4 hours of photoshop hell for that. It's still a work in progress, so I won't be uploading it until I'm finished. First, I gotta finish my new PC build and un-hide the rest of
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  17. 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
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  18. sensorpanel.part1.rar sensorpanel.part2.rar
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  19. Hey! Just wasted some hours of my time creating a sensor panel and wanted to share it! I attach a rar with the files within. You can edit the background with your name or whatever you want. Hope you like it and some of you use it! And feedback is wellcome. BTW the reason of the C: temp graph is cause as long as the m.2 is right under the GPU it use to heat up and I want to keep an eye on it. Cheers! PD: Forgot to mention you can resize it and it is more little and you can keep it on a corner of your screen and it's not too much annoying XP. serkber-monitor.rar
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  20. Although I have made some detailed panels that looked ok to me I have come to realize that because I'm using a 5" LCD as my panel monitor I can't see the sensors because everything is just way too small so I decided to use only what I think would be helpful to my situation this round. Thank you StealthDefender for helping me realize this I would also like to thank Stupe9968 for the killer gauge templates . My new panel (I'm still kinda messin with it) So I just finished my new long awaited rig, specs are as of the following: PC Name - Jedi Assassin Motherboard - Gigabyt
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