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  1. 5 points
    After buying a new comp i was started with modding. More info - http://nl.hardware.i...irus_59-edition SilverStone Fortress FT03 Black + MIMO 720F Touchscreen USB Monitor (7" 800x480) He was supposed to be better than the old one. Lian Li PC-A05NBF Black + Alphacool LC-Display 240x128 I was looking for software to use the built-in monitor as my old Alphacool LC-Display. And I found AIDA64. The first attempt / v1 The second attempt / v2 - v2.sensorpanel The third attempt / v3. I use now v3 BW 128 v2 - v3.sensorpanel - v3 BW.sensorpanel - v3 BW 128.sensorpanel - v3 BW 128 v2.sensorpanel Possible future - v4.sensorpanel I can't upload anymore, the limit is reached Now I'm waiting for the appearance of the possibility to monitor hard drives and wireless signal strength.
  2. 4 points
    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.
  3. 3 points
    Finished mine. Transparency is fake Download
  4. 3 points
    This Industrial PC (Aaeon AHP-1081: http://www.aaeon.com...3_TW_UTF-8.html) is unknown for AIDA64 2.70.2112. Here is the report.htm. Hope this helps! Report.zip
  5. 3 points
    Hi all, I'm new here... I just want to let you know that AIDA 64 can now be used through LCDHost (http://www.linkdata.se/). That way you can display almost everything from AIDA, as raw measures or graphs. Have fun!
  6. 2 points
    Hi, will you guys plan to include sensors from Corsair AXi series PSUs like Power input/Output, PSU temp, Fan Speed etc ? I also noticed that the AIO watercooling kit H100i is monitoring the coolant temperature. I know these are not dependant from the motherboard but they are read from the Corsair Link dongle via an USB 2.0 header, so I though maybe you could take a look at it Would be awesome ! Thanks for reading. Cheers
  7. 2 points
    Quick thought. It would be very useful to be able to have more than one sensor panel. ie, indefinite number (within reason ofcourse) independent of each other. Particularly for those of us using multiple monitors
  8. 2 points
    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.
  9. 2 points
    Would be great to see this software on Steam. AIDA64 is very useful for gamer's like myself. Also useful in many other applications, system diagnostics, etc..............
  10. 2 points
    When I run Aida64 Extreme v2.8, after a while the system reboots and the Asus Sabertooth z77 bios says, "asus anti-surge detected an unstable power supply unit on last start up." I have replaced the mother board, power supply unit, ram, hard drive, video card, case, pure sine wave UPS, and re installed from installation disk Win 7. I am running Intel i7 3770k at stock with Corsair H60 water cooler. Can Aida64 be triggering a "false" positive to the mother board about unstable psu? I have same problem with Asus p8z77-v Pro mother board.
  11. 2 points
    We do have plans about multiple SensorPanels, and also about a vastly improved Alerting facility to fulfill all those needs listed above. Stay tuned Regards, Fiery
  12. 2 points
    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
  13. 2 points
    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
  14. 2 points
    Hello, this is my sensorpanel: Dark Blue Black and Deep Black This is a screenshot of deep black with transparency This is the file of my settings Sunj.sensorpanel Sunj.sensorpanel
  15. 2 points
    Blue Planet BluePlanet02.sensorpanel
  16. 2 points
    GPU temperature is fine, but CPU core temperatures look a bit too high. If it's possible, try to improve the cooling of your CPU, or the exhaust ventilation of your system case. The latter should help to lower both the GPU and CPU temperature.
  17. 2 points
    Those aren't warning signs, just the regular voltage/power/current icon AIDA64 uses. What may cause the stability issues on your system: 1) Incorrect or too agressive memory settings 2) Memory module incompatibility with your motherboard 3) PSU (Power Supply Unit) failure or weakness 4) Motherboard capacitor issues 5) Overheating Try to run the AIDA64 System Stability Test (AIDA64 / main menu / Tools / System Stability Test), only have the "FPU" subtest enabled, and press the Start button. Watch as the temperatures climb up, let it go for cca. 15-20 minutes, and then check what are the highest values the temperatures reach. CPU and core diode temperatures should be under 70 Celsius, motherboard and hard disk drives should be under 55 Celsius. If during the test your computer restarts, powers off or Windows throws a BSoD, and the temperatures look not-so-high, then it can be any of the first 4 listed issues. Regards, Fiery
  18. 2 points
    Im using AIDA64 1.60.1300 and temperatures are just weird and innacurate Motherboard:Asus P8P67 LE CPU:Core i7 2600 Field Value Sensor Properties Sensor Type Nuvoton NCT6776F (ISA 290h) GPU Sensor Type Diode (ATI-Diode) Motherboard Name Asus P8P67 LE Chassis Intrusion Detected No Temperatures Motherboard 29 °C (84 °F) CPU 63 °C (145 °F) CPU Package 35 °C (95 °F) CPU IA Cores 35 °C (95 °F) CPU GT Cores 35 °C (95 °F) CPU #1 / Core #1 5 °C (41 °F) CPU #1 / Core #2 5 °C (41 °F) CPU #1 / Core #3 5 °C (41 °F) CPU #1 / Core #4 5 °C (41 °F) GPU Diode (DispIO) 40 °C (104 °F) GPU Diode (MemIO) 42 °C (108 °F) ST3500418AS 32 °C (90 °F) Cooling Fans CPU 1959 RPM Power Supply 1259 RPM GPU 36% Voltage Values CPU Core 1.088 V +3.3 V 3.392 V +5 V 5.080 V +12 V 12.096 V +5 V Standby 5.139 V Power Values CPU Package 9.63 W CPU IA Cores 4.96 W on ASUS probe utility shows that cpu is 22Cº
  19. 2 points
    This is the sample SensorPanel used in AIDA64 2.50 what's new page. This utilizes the new gauges and graphs. 250release_sample.sensorpanel
  20. 2 points
    Used Video Memory and Free Video Memory are detected using NVAPI, the proprietary software interface for nVIDIA ForceWare video drivers. Hence that info is only available on GeForce video adapters. GPU Used Dedicated Memory and GPU Used Dynamic Memory are detected using D3DKMT calls, and so they are video adapter manufacturer independent. They represent the dedicated (on-board) memory usage, and the dynamic (off-board) memory usage. Dedicated memory is the amount of video memory allocated statically by the video adapter. It is mostly the video memory soldered on the video card PCB. Dynamic memory however may be dynamically allocated from the system memory, to expand the amount of video memory. Dynamic memory is also the UMA memory used by IGP and APU chips. Please note that D3DKMT is an unofficial and undocumented interface, and NVAPI is a properitary non-public interface. Due to the manner of those interfaces they are not documented, not explained by their inventor or designer, and so it's not easy to know anything 100% accurate and specific about the values they provide.
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  23. 2 points
    I will post a link, rather than the 1920x1200 screenshot. http://i291.photobucket.com/albums/ll305/Arctucas/Sensorpanel1-30-12.jpg
  24. 2 points
    I'd like an improved support for more products, including: -Main Adobe products (i.e. photoshop) -Nero -Main Slysoft products -Winpatrol / MBAM and SAS (to show in the security tab list) Some free system information tools can detect easily most of these license keys. Also, the audio/video codecs don't detect any external codecs (for example K-lite Codec pack). Thank you.
  25. 2 points
    In-game OSD is still not supported, but as soon as TechPowerUp get ready with their new OSD Server software, we'll implement support for that in AIDA64. Using that you'll be able to put AIDA64 sensor readings onto in-game OSD. http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showthread.php?p=2230019