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  1. Is it possible to have sensorpanel always to be seen on desktop? I.e. when I "peek at desktop" by clicking on right lower corner in Windows 7-8-10, it vanishes until I open a File Explorer window or something. I recall experiencing this problem with some other desktop apps but in say, "Fences" by Stardock this doesn't happen. So I'm assuming it's possible to be fixed. That is if a solution/option isn't already added to the program that I missed.
  2. https://www.dropbox.com/s/65yuwmb0d7aoous/Aida64%202015%20Aug.sensorpanel?dl=0
  3. I meant AIDA's general windows but whatever. So I am confused about graphs. In your example of a remotesensor, graphs are obviously working. But I tried importing my sensorpanel, graphs didn't show up. I have no gauges. Is it not possible to import sensorpanels? But most of the stuff showed up, except graphs. But it doesn't seem to update at all. Even text based stuff doesn't update, even tough I set update frequency to 1,000ms and previous example of yours updated itself perfectly. So is it just incompatible with sensorpanel? Is there any way to fix it? Or find out which parts are pro
  4. I can't seem to get this to work. It shows the message "set preview resolution to 980x1392", when I set it correctly, it tells me to set it to 0x0 or same thing. I allowed application on my firewall and made sure IP address is correct. What's the problem? Btw, you might wanna fix the size/resizing of windows in AIDA, I almost missed the Apply button. I like compact windows, AIDA's windows are sometimes either too big or too small and it doesn't remember if we manually resize it.
  5. Is it possible to make a sensor item with always-full color (no half full bar), but colors changing depending on value? I remember seeing something like that but I couldn't make it no matter what I do. Is my memory misleading me?
  6. But wouldn't high temps shorten the card's lifespan? My previous card 4870 burned after some use on high temps after i cleaned the cooler despite being extra careful.
  7. How do i find that out? I'm not sure i understand which temp should i care about for mainly checking out if my gpu is in danger...
  8. There are two GPU temps showed on Aida for my 560ti, one is called "GPU" and the other "diode". GPU is higher. On Afterburner and Furmark, one called "diode" in Aida, called GPU there. And one called "GPU" on Aida, does not exist on Afterburner and Furmark. On a previous thread i made here you said a temp called "ambient" on Aida was actually memory temp showed on Afterburner. So what is the higher temp called "GPU" on aida? (Please tell me if MSI is messing with their users by hiding their true GPU temp or not.) For example: on stress test on Furmark, one called "GPU" on aida went 90c, while
  9. Anyone care to share an informative and visually cool custom panel? since we're not able to use gadgets in windows 8 and microsoft "recommends" to not use gadgets on previous windows versions due to security holes, we need sensorpanel more than ever.
  10. Field Value Sensor Properties Sensor Type ITE IT8718F (ISA 290h) GPU Sensor Type Nuvoton NCT7509/7718 (NV-I2C 4Ch) Motherboard Name Gigabyte EP43 / EP45-DS3® / EP45-DS3L® / EP45-S3L / EP45-UD3® / EP45-UD3L® / EP45-UD3P / EP45C / EP45T Series Chassis Intrusion Detected No Temperatures Motherboard 34 °C (93 °F) CPU 30 °C (86 °F) CPU #1 / Core #1 37 °C (99 °F) CPU #1 / Core #2 32 °C (90 °F) CPU #1 / Core #3 36 °C (97 °F) CPU #1 / Core #4 34 °C (93 °F) GPU 39 °C (102 °F) GPU Diode 33 °C (91 °F) GPU Ambient 70 °C (158 °F) Corsair CSSD-F60GB2 30 °C (86 °F) ST31000340A
  11. Okay, thanks for the info, but are those temps and behaviours i just described normal? It's always higher than other temps, but on the searches i've made on google it seems to be the opposite? What is it's limit temps? Most of all, is it real? I feel like it's a false sensor or something. MSI's Afterburner tool doesn't show that temp. Please be more descriptive, i can't seem to find any info about this.
  12. My MSI GTX560 Ti HAWK seems to suffer from this, but what does it measure? Is it VRM's or something else? Or is it a false measurement? My current GPU temps for idle; gpu dioda 37c and gpu 32c but ambient rolls around 70c's on idle, and goes up above 90's on load. Other two temps doesn't go much above 70c's on load. Now ambient temp just went from 70c to 50c in couple mins. It's normal for VRM temps to drop instantly after you leave a game but i haven't played anything for hours so i guess this can't be VRM's? So what is it? Note: My case airflow should be perfect, my case is haf 932 and
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