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  1. Questions regarding AIDA64 Extreme and Corsair Commander Pro compatibility: It appears that AIDA64 *will* see fan RPMs for fans that are plugged into Commander Pro fan headers, providing Corsair Link Sensor Support is enabled in AIDA64, is that correct? Unclear on the following question: Will AIDA64 continue to read fan RPMs plugged into Commander Pro if Corsair iCue software is on - it seems kind of pointless having a Commander Pro unit if iCue isn't on to make use of it, particularly when some RGB components depend on iCue being on in order to display as intended (and for fan cur
  2. I believe animated gifs still don't work with SensorPanel, they only work if you use the LCD display option instead.. but if you use the LCD option, you don't get the custom 16-image gauge option that SensorPanel allows. I wish they were interchangeable. For a couple of years I used the LCD option and loved having animated gifs, but the gauges in SensorPanel are awesome.
  3. Just wanting to confirm a few things before I buy a Commander Pro unit: It appears from this thread the AIDA64 *will* now see fan RPMs for fans that are plugged into Commander Pro fan headers, providing Corsair Link Sensor Support is enabled in AIDA64, is that correct? Unclear on the following question: Will AIDA64 continue to read fan RPMs plugged into Commander Pro if Corsair iCue is on - it seems kind of pointless having a Commander Pro unit if iCue isn't on to make use of it (specifically for fan curves). Also unclear if AIDA64 will see thermal temp readings (like water t
  4. Is there any info in an rslcd file that could compromise security in any way if the file is shared with someone else? I'm guessing not, but want to make sure. Thanks.
  5. Not sure if this issue is me doing something wrong or if it's a problem with the software. I am using RemoteSensor to display hardware monitoring on a 7" LCD panel. I have had no problems setting it up and everything is functioning fine (been using this software for many years, right back to Everest days), and I can export my layout as an .rslcd file no problem, and I now have a few different layouts saved. In the AIDA64 Preferences > LCD > LCD Items page, there is the ability to create multiple pages to display on the LCD panel (up to 6) and cycle through them on a specified t
  6. Thanks very much, the correction is exactly what I needed - it was for the fan speed values:
  7. Cheers Yeah no worries. I'll put all the images in a rar file plus the .rslcd file (this is what it gave me when I exported - but it's not sensorpanel, it's remote lcd) and attach to this post - total file is less than half a MB. Nereus-aida64remote.rar This is using a 6" Amazon Fire tablet - way bigger than the G19 LCD screen. Made a few minor changes - it looks like the following now:
  8. I have been a user of this product in one iteration or another back to Everest days maybe 9 years ago. I freaking LOVE the remote sensor! I initially hooked up to a small USB LCD display at first, but recently purchased a refurb 6" Amazon Fire HD tablet and ran remote sensor through my local wireless network. Here's the results (photo didn't really get the colors correct, so there's a screen grab as well). My only request (which I have submitted) is to have an additional input field to manually enter the fan's known max rpm, so that the display can then give fan speed as a % rather than just r
  9. Pretty much as the title says, when adding a sensor/simple sensor fan speed, I would love to have an additional input field to manually enter the fan's known max rpm, so that the display can then give fan speed as a % rather than just rpm. Thanks.
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