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  1. 19 hours ago, Lobo Blanco 1002 said:

    Hello, I share my 1920x480 v1.0 sensor panel, which I made practically from scratch, since the original panel that someone shared in the group was another format and was not operational since there were many gif formats. For the same reason I remade each existing element and created several more, according to my needs. It is quite editable and I hope it will be useful to you.

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    370574974_1920x480Blue-PinkSensorPanelv1.0_sensorpanel.7391e93bf728c1b5202ac7b8a6e36559 15.66 MB · 39 downloads

    Good job man!!! Specially because you are sharing a SensorPanel which is fully operational, a sometimes-forgotten rule in this forum... Buen trabajo!

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  2. On 2/4/2021 at 5:44 PM, Jav M. said:

    Like and quote if you want me to share this template! 800x480

    New Project (1).png

     

    On 2/8/2021 at 8:54 AM, Jav M. said:

    So here we go!

    Here you can find attached all the files related to this SensorPanel, which I have named as "KICS" (Keep It Clean & Simple). I have made some minor adjustments after the first post to make the panel visually better.

    The font used is called "Orbitron".

    Like and enjoy!

     

    PD1: if you find some mistakes, let me know in order to improve also my own SensorPanel!

    PD2: share your creations based on this template!

    Background.zip 40.79 kB · 246 downloads Gauge.zip 214.09 kB · 261 downloads KICS - Jav M..sensorpanel 140.54 kB · 351 downloads Orbitron.zip 151.84 kB · 252 downloads

    Don't forget to like and quote my KICS SensorPanel!

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  3. 2 hours ago, kodachrome said:

    Made a SensorPanel (mostly hacked together from Jav M's nice clean "KICS", thanks!) for the new 6.8" Beadapanel 1280x480.  I also made a 3D case for it and got a USB-C to right angle Micro-USB adapter. Using it as monitor for my HP Omen 15" when it mines crypto. 

     

     

     

     

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    ResizerImage997X1329 above.jpg

    alan mod omen.belcd 366.94 kB · 0 downloads alan mod omen.sensorpanel 366.94 kB · 0 downloads Beadapanel to Thermaltake Massive 20 34mm clamp.stl 923.52 kB · 1 download Backing plate3.stl 420.59 kB · 1 download Case Front Beadaboard4.stl 312 kB · 1 download

    Nice! You're welcome man :)

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  4. On 2/8/2021 at 8:54 AM, Jav M. said:

    So here we go!

    Here you can find attached all the files related to this SensorPanel, which I have named as "KICS" (Keep It Clean & Simple). I have made some minor adjustments after the first post to make the panel visually better.

    The font used is called "Orbitron".

    Like and enjoy!

     

    PD1: if you find some mistakes, let me know in order to improve also my own SensorPanel!

    PD2: share your creations based on this template!

    Background.zip 40.79 kB · 81 downloads Gauge.zip 214.09 kB · 91 downloads KICS - Jav M..sensorpanel 140.54 kB · 101 downloads Orbitron.zip 151.84 kB · 81 downloads

    Made some minor changes, especially focused on better integrate the panel background with my white case. Also changed the FPS histogram for an area graph. I put a gradient above the graph to make the animation cooler.

    Example.jpg

    New Project (1) - copia (1).png

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  5. On 2/4/2021 at 5:44 PM, Jav M. said:

    Like and quote if you want me to share this template! 800x480

    New Project (1).png

    So here we go!

    Here you can find attached all the files related to this SensorPanel, which I have named as "KICS" (Keep It Clean & Simple). I have made some minor adjustments after the first post to make the panel visually better.

    The font used is called "Orbitron".

    Like and enjoy!

     

    PD1: if you find some mistakes, let me know in order to improve also my own SensorPanel!

    PD2: share your creations based on this template!

    Background.zip Gauge.zip KICS - Jav M..sensorpanel Orbitron.zip

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  6. On 1/26/2021 at 10:18 PM, Bathord906 said:

    Hi, I'm new here on the AIDA 64 forum and I also built myself a small custom sensor panel based on NZXT CAM.

    I set the gauges images to 180x180px because my LCD display has a resolution of 1024x600 and so I can see it better.

    My problem is that the temperature, always from 43 degrees, sprints to the top left and the display bar disappears. 

    So far I could not find out why this is so.
    Does anyone have an idea?

    IMG_20210126_210624.jpg

     

    On 1/27/2021 at 12:52 AM, Nghia Phan said:

    A clean NZXT panel for 1024x600px resolution...

    Font: Agency FB

    There are also different backgrounds that u can choose. In that case u have to change the color for the text though....

    Example.PNG

    Large Gauges.zip 50.93 kB · 22 downloads NZXT-background.zip 136.85 kB · 24 downloads

    NZXT-panel.sensorpanel 245.3 kB · 27 downloads Small gauges.zip 26.34 kB · 14 downloads

    New project, as well based on NZXT CAM, for white setups. I will share all the files when finish to work on it. 800x480

    New Project (1).png

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  7. 3 hours ago, Nashö said:

    Want to share my latest project. Currently 90% in progress..

    The elements were from you guys who sharing your Sensor Panel here thus, thank you so much.

    This template is made to accommodate my upcoming long screen (ordered locally) and gotta say that I am proud with this one. The resolution is 1920x480. The fan gauge were custom made including the ram graph (impractical i know lol).

    I ll share the template soon enough when its completed.

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    Love this one, dude!! Probably one of the best integration between content and background I've seen around here. Probably I would put the FPS out of the graph in some way, that's the only thing I don't like too much. Congrats anyway!

  8. I have a technical question. Does anyone know how the gauges work internally? I mean: I want to make one that only illuminates when reaching a target value (144 FPS in this case).

    I am testing with my laptop, with the battery percentage parameter (0-100%). The custom gauges have 16 states, so if I want the gauge to illuminate only with 100%, I supose I have to put 0 as a Min. value and more than 100 as Max. value, in order to avoid the programm to make the gauge visible before the battery reaches 100% (100/16=6,25%; 6,25x15=93,75%, so theorically after 93,75% the gauge will illuminate, and I don't want that).

    Instead of this, I am testing that if I put 103.44 as Max. value, the gauges illuminate at 100% but surprisingly not at 99%, and I don't know why (putting a value bigger than 103.44 is not working, as at 100% of battery the gauge does not illuminate. 103.44 following the English rule, 103,99 following the Spanish one; I'm Spanish so I have the programm in Spanish). Teorically, 103.44/10=6,465%, x15=96,98% (97,49%), so I thought that the gauge was going to illuminate at 97, 98, 99 and 100%.

    Does someone has an explanation?

     

    EDIT: for someone who wants a gauge working as I want. Following the same paramater as above, a way is to put 99 as Min. value and 100 as Max. value. I suppose it will be the same with FPS: 143 and 144 as values. If someone can bear it out, I would appreciate it!

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