Jump to content
AIDA64 Discussion Forum

Arctucas

Members
  • Content Count

    252
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    4

Everything posted by Arctucas

  1. Which CPU is it? What is your CPU cooler? If the temperatures you posted are idle temperatures, you probably will need better CPU cooling in order to get any significant overclock.
  2. And you have checked the GPU Memory Clock in File>Preferences>OSD Items?
  3. @Fiery, I am not sure you will be able to help me, but I have to ask; I have A-Data S599 SSDs and the latest firmware fixed some issues but, unfortunately, broke the temperature reporting. The temperature reported is twice the actual temperature, and, although it has no actual effect on anything, it is annoying. So, my question is, is there any way to modify AIDA64 to cut the temperature being reported in half, so that the actual temperature is displayed? I only ask because A-Data, disappointingly, is apparently not interested in fixing the issue, as I have found from repeatedly emailing them. Thanks
  4. I did the same by copying my desktop background (printscreen and saved it as a .jpg file in Paint) and then using that .jpg as the Senor Panel backgound. http://i291.photobucket.com/albums/ll305/Arctucas/SensorPanelDesktop.jpg A revised version: http://i291.photobucket.com/albums/ll305/Arctucas/SensorPanel6-23-10.jpg My latest revision, July 9, 2011: http://i291.photobucket.com/albums/ll305/Arctucas/SensorPanel7-9-11.jpg
  5. @Fiery, Would it be possible to make the Sensor Panel background transparent in lieu of colored? If so, would that allow users to have their various sensors/labels/bars etc. appear to be 'floating' on top of their desktop background? Personally, I would like this type of option very much, rather than a colored 'panel'.
  6. My first attempt: http://i291.photobucket.com/albums/ll305/Arctucas/SenorPanel.jpg I have a lot of wasted space, so I am working on getting the size a bit more compact. Second version: http://i291.photobucket.com/albums/ll305/Arctucas/SensorPanel2.jpg A bit more compact. How could I place a calendar and clock on the Sensor Panel in lieu of Date and Time?
  7. Thanks, I must have overlooked it. Anyway, I am learning to use the Sensor Panel. It takes a while to get everything in its proper place with correct size and alignment, but it is getting easier as I go. With regard to the bar graphs, I was wondering how I might get the minimum value to display on the left (or bottom, in the case of vertical bars) and the maximum value on the top (or right)? Thanks again.
  8. It works perfectly. I do have one other question; how might I adjust the Sensor Panel refresh period? I used 1 second when I was using the OSD, and I would like to do the same with the Sensor Panel, if possible. Thanks, and keep up the great work.
  9. @Fiery, Thank you, I look forward to using the new version.
  10. It made no difference, no matter what color I use, the resized area is always white. Perhaps I need to use white for the background, rather than a color?
  11. I deleted the sensor_background.jpg, but I have the same result. Screenshot Is this correct? Screenshot
  12. No, here is my desktop. Screenshot as requested. I used the sensor panel sample as posted here.
  13. When I try to resize the sensor panel, the original area stays black, but the resized area turns white. Screenshot
  14. 90°C? After three minutes? I can run the AIDA64 CPU stress all day and only hit around 65°. Here is a screenshot of a 20 minute run, ambient room temperature about 24°. You might want to look for a better cooling solution. Anyway, if I am not mistaken, the stability test will run until you end it, or it fails.
  15. There have been several BETAs released since .1400, the latest is .1426
  16. Probably so, but I was confused when the OP mentioned it, considering the post was in regard to the Stability Test.
  17. Thanks for clarifying that, but I wonder what the score the OP posted is for?
  18. A calibration feature would be nice, but too often motherboard hardware sensors (voltage, temperature, RPM, etc.) are simply inaccurate.
  19. I was not aware the stability test gave a score, how do I get it to display one?
  20. I am using AIDA64 1.70.1412 BETA and Forceware 275.27 BETA with two GTX460 cards in SLI and I can see both card's temperatures.
  21. I did not think there was much that could make AIDA64 better than the excellent application it already is, but a 'Check for Updates" feature would indeed be welcome.
  22. As usual, it works perfectly. Thank you, and keep up the excellent work!
  23. I have an APC UPS, and I noticed that the PowerChute software can read and display the amount of power being drawn through the UPS. Would it be possible to incorporate this feature (for those who have an APC UPS) into AIDA64? Thanks.
  24. Thank you for the prompt reply. Actually, as you already have the sensors grouped quite well, I believe that, personally, I would leave them as is once placed onto the sensor panel. For me, this would save a great deal of time. However, I understand your position. While the new Sensor Panel appears to be a great addition to AIDA64, having briefly tried it out, perhaps I will simply continue to use the OSD as it serves the purpose I use it for quite well. Thanks for continuing to provide an excellent application.
×
×
  • Create New...