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  1. Definitely one of the better ones i've seen. Good job.
  2. You quoted/asked the wrong person. I quoted the person that you want to request from.
  3. Material Design Big Bars Simplified (AMOLED) Nothing new, just modified my last sensor panel for dim-red room and case lighting at night. May upload later if I can make some decent colorways. Previous Releases
  4. It can be a lot... Just did a quick stress test with a 'Wallpaper Engine' audio visualizer on 4x 2K monitors (including sensorpanel) capped at 60fps on highest settings. GPU (RTX 3080) 40% use and 38% VRAM. CPU at 12%. RAM at 24% (32GB). Definitely not something to keep on.
  5. Looking good. Yeah wallpaper engine gives so many choices for nice/crazy aesthetics. Lately i've just been using Aida64 OSD Panel (rather than sensor panel) and 'Wallpaper Engine' audio-visualizers synced with my case lighting.
  6. It's a 10.1 2K IPS panel I grabbed off Amazon. It hasn't been restocked by the seller for months. Pretty sure one can probably find a similar one on amazon/aliexpress under a different brand or seller. https://www.amazon.com/EleDuino-Portable-Monitor-Resolution-Raspberry/dp/B07D5V4ZHZ/ref=sr_1_67?dchild=1&keywords=10+inch+monitor+ips&qid=1613063018&sr=8-67 Upload Links:
  7. I never made any lower res versions. Unfortunately there is no easy way that I'm aware of to scale it down without having to manually adjust everything.
  8. Looking good. No longer material design, but the layout looks great in this style. Good job.
  9. Thanks. You're able to extract the backgrounds if you already have imported the sensorpanel file. The image file would be located somewhere in the program installation folder. I don't remember the exact location, but someone shared how to before.
  10. Thanks, I do too. It's a 10.1" 2500x1600 panel, but i'm only running it at 1920x1200. This is the exact one I picked up, but its been OOS. Pretty sure there are a lot of others under different brand names. https://www.amazon.com/EleDuino-Portable-Monitor-Resolution-Raspberry/dp/B07D5V4ZHZ/ref=sr_1_67?dchild=1&keywords=10+inch+monitor+ips&qid=1613063018&sr=8-67
  11. Looking good. Those colors work well for the superimposed graphs.
  12. Thanks for posting a review. That's a nice big display. Still debating whether to pick one up. It would pretty much double my vertical space, with a loss of 100p of width when compared to my current panel. Already getting a lot of ideas for potential future releases. If it's not to much to ask, can you test if can be powered by a 5V power source (e.g. a traditional USB A port from like a non-fast charging or non USB-C PD source. Like a USB A port from a laptop)? Unfortunately, I don't have the free time to resize the panel. IMHO if you or someone else does resize it (1200x1920 to 480x800), It would be pretty hard to see the displayed data unless you remove some of the tiles/cards (e.g. cpu, gpu, ram, vram, mobo, net) to make space for increase font size for visibility for the remaining tiles/cards. You also wanted it in 800x480 (landscape)? It's doable, but it adds a bit more work. For anyone who plans to, feel free to modify my releases to your needs. Just give me a shoutout, feels good lol. If it helps, my method is to make a background (easy to say lol), and make a guideline to have pixel perfect spacing and negative space. Here's an example:
  13. Material Design Big Bars Simplified 1200x1920 These are simpler and lighter colorways of my last post. See my previous post for dark colorways (dark-grey and black backgrounds). Enjoy Note 1: Nvidia 30XX sensor data (usage, TDP, VRAM temps, etc.) are supported in the new beta release. So adjust accordingly if you're using it. In the sensor panel VRAM temps are set to some random temps at the moment. The % value is set to TDP% as GPU usage% wasn't supported in the current standard release. After installing the beta, I swapped the 2nd GPU fan for TDP watts. Note 2: The min and max values are just labels, so adjust accordingly or remove per preference. Additional Pictures: Previous Releases: Material Design Big Bars Simplified 1200x1920.zip
  14. Material Design Big Bars 1200x1920 Different colorways and the required fonts are included. I'll be releasing a simplified light-themed version later. Enjoy Note 1: Nvidia 30XX sensor data (usage, TDP, VRAM temps, etc.) are supported in the new beta release. So adjust accordingly if you're using it. In the sensor panel VRAM temps are set to some random temps at the moment. The % value is set to TDP% as GPU usage% wasn't supported in the current standard release. After installing the beta, I swapped the 2nd GPU fan for TDP watts. Note 2: The min and max values are just labels, so adjust accordingly or remove per preference. Additional Pictures: Previous Releases: Material Design Big Bars 1200x1920.zip
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