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  1. Thank you Ganesh, it looks like a very useful app!

     

    Regards,

    Fiery

     

    Fiery, Thanks for the kind words.

     

    If I can request one feature, would it be possible to have a sub-1s scan interval for the sensor parameters being updated in the shared memory? Currently, only HWiNFO allows a configurable scan interval in milliseconds (I set it to 900ms in order to capture sensor values every 1s over the network). GPU-Z has no configurable scan interval (currently 1s on the tool's own window and 2.5s on the shared memory). With AIDA64, 1s is the minimum possible (I tried entering 0.9 in the Update Frequency box, but it went back to 5s after closing and opening that dialog box). It would be really nice if we could enter values with millisecond precision (or at least one value less than or equal to 900ms) for the external application update frequency.


  2. Remote Sensor Monitor is a small freeware Windows console application (requires .NET 4.0) that initially started out with support for HWiNFO, GPU-Z and Open Hardware Monitor. With v2.1.0, support for AIDA64 has also been added. Please test out and provide feedback / bug reports. If you find this tool helpful, spread the word and leave a note here :)

     

    Background:

     

    Remote Sensor Monitor 2.1.0.0
    Copyright © 2013 Ganesh T S

     

    Remote Sensor Monitor is a Windows console application designed to present various hardware sensor parameters reported by HWiNFO / GPU-Z / AIDA64 / Open Hardware Monitor as a JSON string and make it available over the network. Enabling GPU-Z, HWiNFO and AIDA64 requires the programs to be running the background. The minimum supported versions are: GPU-Z: 0.7.4, HWiNFO: 4.30, AIDA64: 4.00.2706. Open Hardware Monitor sensors can be reported only if OpenHardwareMonitorLib.dll is present in the same folder as that of the application. Once the web server starts up, the JSON string is available by visiting IP:PORT with a web browser ; The reported parameters can be filtered / configured via the web interface at IP:PORT/config ; The program requires administrative privileges in order to open and close the applicable port in the firewall when necessary.

     

    Command Line Options:
     

    p, port : (Default: 55555) Port number to use
    hwinfo : (Default: 1) Enable (1) / Disable (0) sending out sensor readings from HWiNFO
    gpuz : (Default: 1) Enable (1) / Disable (0) sending out sensor readings from GPU-Z
    aida64 : (Default: 1) Enable (1) / Disable (0) sending out sensor readings from AIDA64
    ohm : (Default: 1) Enable (1) / Disable (0) sending out sensor readings from OpenHardwareMonitor
    h, help : Display this help screen.

     

    Usage:
     

    "Remote Sensor Monitor.exe" [-p=<port_number>] [--hwinfo=<0|1>] [--gpuz=<0|1>] [--aida64=<0|1>] [--ohm=<0|1>]

     

     

    Version History:

     

    v2.1.0:
    Release Notes:
    1. Added support for AIDA64 sensor / data reporting

    2. Removed external DLL dependency for GPU-Z shared memory access

     

    v2.0.1:
    Release Notes:
    1. Fixed bug related to certain sensors being reported multiple times in Hyper-V enabled machines

    v2.0.0:
    Release Notes:
    1. Initial public releas

    Remote.Sensor.Monitor.v.2.1.0.zip

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