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  1. Hello,

     I was wondering if something updated or needs to be updated in regards to my NZXT kracken x52 AIO . I made a sensor panel and it use to show the radiator temp, pump rpm and fan rpm and now all I get is the fan rpm. The sensor list doen't show the pump etc anymore?? Is there an update or patch that's being worked on at the moment?

  2. On 10/15/2019 at 12:39 PM, nik said:

    THANKS i love too please with colors and if its possible can be bigger like 100x100? I ve got on quetion when i adding the fan at custom tshow animating spins from 0 to 15,but at the panel shows me the fan rpms without fan spining do you know why? Thanks a lot fantastic job

    you need to set the min/max for the fans in the settings, so if your fans max out at say 1200 you need to set the sensor from 0-1200

  3. 10 hours ago, nik said:

    Fantastic look awsome,did you finish them are super.Please when you finish can you send to me? Thanks

    Hello,

     Sorry for the delay been real busy ... so in the end result I ended up making the background transparent so they would be universal plus the blades spin ....and I took the branding off cause I don't support Thermaltake anymore..(Cause they won't support me).BTW anyone looking to buy 120mm TT riing plus fan kit ??? 5 x fans (3 are about 1 year old and 2 are new with only 100 hours use) bran new riing trio controller and all the wiring... $100 ....I can't get the software to work properly anymore due to another program I'm running (DAW) and I need the other program...

    BTW Nik, If you have any questions about sensor panels I have a bunch of stuff I made and modded over the past few years so I may have something you are looking for and I would be glad to lend a hand....Also those pics you "quoted" are from like 2 years ago ... lol

    transparent black fan - gauge 70 x 70.zip

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  4. Hello all , it's been a long while since I've visited this forum and shared stuff. I'm currently working on some cool new "AIO" gauges here's a sample shot and also It features 3 multi functioning gauges for AIO and GPU monitoring with an "animated" space like background please tell me what you think??? Peace everyone!!! So this is still kinda a work in progress, not real sure what else I might add but for now this is what I came up with....

    click link to see it in action

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/j1jumo94awla1am/Test 3.mp4?dl=0

     

     

     

    Test 2.png

    Test 3.png

  5. Hello all , it's been a long while since I've visited this forum and shared stuff. I'm currently working on some cool new "AIO" gauges here's a sample shot and also a link if you want to see it in action. It features 3 multi functioning gauges for AIO and GPU monitoring with an "animated" space like background please tell me what you think??? Peace everyone!!!

     

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/klwilrhqjlih2kg/Panel TEST 1.gif?dl=0

    aida64_b4OsIHls2F.png

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  6. Hello everyone, It's been a long while since I have visited/posted on this forum but I have been busy with all sorts of things. Anyways I have been working on some new multi-function gauge designs that I will be sharing real soon for AIO set ups for CPU. The concept and functions work great but I'm still working on the skins for it. I also have a bunch of other more simple ones that I'm willing to share along with tips and pointers for those who might need a hand. But please be patient with me it sometimes takes me a few days to respond... Animations ?? anyone... I can sorta manipulate gauges to work as animations for a super cool look/effect for "interface" type sensor panels too. I don't have any new pics to post at the moment but , I think starting around page 11 - 17 there are several designs I have posted in the past. All I ask in return for a panel  I design for anyone is you leave my  tiny  "branding" tag on the panel if you decide to show it off on-line and please don't try to make a profit off my designs, I do them all for free and to share with others.

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    Interface - 1 - template - purple - aorus.png

  7. yes NZXT is correct. I'm using it just for the time being to monitor my temps and stuff till I can figure this out.  So I looked at my system  info and the only thing that changed on the day Aida 64 stopped working was the newest windows update. I am thinking of doing a system restore to that day to see if that was it. However there are some other things I just added in the last few days that I'd like to keep so I'm not sure what to do at this time....

  8. 1 hour ago, 0p3rat0r said:

    how about these guage files? that top center split is awesome sauce!!! 

     

    Hello ,

    Sorry I haven't been here at the forum for quite some time.... anyways so would you like me to send you the center split gauge? I only made this one with a black background. If so send me your email addy for the zipped file.

  9. Gigabyte Z370 aorus Gaming 7,Intel i7 8700k - 5000 mhz,GeForce 1060 -6gb,(aida just popped off again,I'm coping the info from it)Samsung SSD 840 EVO 500gb-sata-III,Samsung SSD 960 Evo 500gb -M.2,Seagate Expansion SCSI -2T,  Monitors x2      3440x1440 4k PnP,     5" 800x480 LCD.

    The software has been working great up till 4 days ago. I'm not real sure if it was a windows update or a conflict with Nvidia software (thats the only new thing I have installed a week ago))

     

  10. On 7/6/2018 at 2:24 AM, Fiery said:

    We generally recommend either going for a cheap 2nd hand TFT monitor (that you can connect via DSub or DVI or HDMI), and then you can use the SensorPanel module as well as put any other window on it -- since it would just be a secondary monitor in Windows... Or if you're ready to spend more $$ on the project: go for a USB connected monitor like Asus MB169B+ :

    https://www.asus.com/hu/Monitors/MB169BPlus/

    Or pick up an Android tablet that you can use along with the AIDA64 RemoteSensor module on WiFi, or with the Odospace LCD module using USB connection.

    Any other LCD solutions are either not 100% stable (like Samsung SPF Digital Frames) or very expensive to purchase.

     

  11. 3 hours ago, Fiery said:

    We haven't changed the Kraken X52 module of AIDA64, so it's odd that it's stopped working.  Maybe you've recently updated the X52 firmware?

    Anyway, please right-click on the bottom status bar of AIDA64 main window --> System Debug --> USB Dump. Copy-paste the full results into this topic, or attach the results as a TXT file to your post. You may need to enable status bar in AIDA64 / main menu / View first.

    well I installed the cam program as a secondary it only shows up if I click on it but anyways it doesn't tell me crap. Ummm I can't seem to find "system debug" but there is a "report" button....btw thanks for your help.

  12. On 5/1/2018 at 12:00 PM, Fiery said:

    What motherboard do you have?  Or the mentioned readings come from an external sensor device, like Aquaero?

    I have a Gigabyte Aorus z370 gaming 7. I had a sensor panel that was monitoring my pump rpm and rad temp but it just quit working so I changed up my sensors... I didn't want to but they are of no use to me sitting dead. the pic below is how I had it when it was working....

     

  13. On 4/29/2018 at 12:23 AM, clean said:

    Hey Rabbithole,

    I've viewed and admire your sensor panels, you are knowledgeable and resourceful with Aida64. Because of your shared knowledge, I've created my very own sensor panel; consequently, I'm stuck when it comes to connecting my LCD which shows my desktop image and not my custom panel. Can you give information on what I may or may not be doing? I am aware that Aida64 have particular LCD's that are set up to work, I'm using an external camera monitor. Do I need a third party program? Any help will be great.

    Thanks, So tell me... how are you connecting your camera monitor? If it connects to your video card and your video card supports multiple monitors then all you need to do is go into the display settings and under multiple displays select "extend these displays" then drag the sensor panel into the desired monitor.

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