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  1. Ah ok. Sorry just the pictures on my phone looked like it was all marked up with small scratches and chips. Maybe that’s just dust or debris on it?
  2. That’s just a prototype right? The Retail finished black will look much cleaner and nice right??
  3. Funny I just checked this thread yesterday cause I remembered these were talked about and was wondering how it was going. And you read my mind and posted today. Lol. Wow they look great! Black one for me! Will they be on your normal eBay store?
  4. Completely understand about the molds. Either way I want the aluminum ones. As for color options they sound great! Matte black for me for sure. I was going to oppose anything glossy. Ugly fingerprints magnets. That’s great to hear that the 6.8 will be in the works. I already own your 7inch touch screen one but soon as the 5” and 6.8” are ready with cases I will order a few of them for various builds and mods. Beada panels with aida stats are the only way to go in my opinion. Even more so now with these new cases finally. Good job. I will keep and eye out here! Thanks.
  5. This is fantastic news. Really glad to see some official case options coming from Beada. It’s awesome The mock up looks great. Few questions. Any reason you guys are going aluminum instead of high quality plastic?? Reason I ask is aluminum will definitely cost more. A cheaper plastic option might also be a good idea to have too. I personally will 100% order the aluminum version as I don’t mind spending extra money on quality but I know there is a lot of people that might prefer a budget option. For the aluminum case. What colors are you guys planning? Black? Silver? Brushed? What type of coating? Man I’m excited. Any chance you plan on making cases for the 6.8 inch wide screen you guys have? That one could really use a case like you mocked up there. Or any of your other screens? If so they will be a instant buy for me! Where can I keep an eye out for these cases to buy???? And when will you be taking orders? I want to get in ASAP.
  6. Yes they are two different screens with different aspect ratios and shapes The 6.8 inch is a IPS 1280 x 480 widescreen The 7 inch is a TFT 800 x 480 touch screen If you look at the pictures above. Myn is the 7 inch screen with a case I made to sit on my desk. And thehinac's is the 6.8inch mounted in his case.
  7. Yeah I did.. Ended up going with Beada panel but had to do a bit of fabrication to get what I wanted. I posted about it in another thread. Ill just copy past it here again. My Logitech G19 was starting to finally die so I needed a simple Aida lcd screen solution for my desk that looked good. I really wanted something clean looking with a simple usb connection. No hdmi second screen tweaking. After searching, there doesn't seem to be a completely finished option available at all surprisingly. Just janky 3d printed stuff. Shame really. Anyways, I ended up going with the 7 inch Beada panel cause it comes with a front bezel at least and figured I could make it work some how. After lots of brainstorming on what would be the easiest way that would look good. I came up with this. I Used a 1/6 thin sheet of ABS plastic that I cut and bent to wrap around the sides of the screen and sandwich between the bezel lip and back acrylic plate that comes with the screen. I also attached a cheap iPad stand to the back acrylic plate with some small nuts and bolts so the screen can tilt at multiple angles and stand up solid and sturdy. Lots of adjustment with Zero wobble. And lastly gave all the parts a nice thin coat of flat enamel spray paint. I think It turned out pretty nice. I'm very please with it. Could actually almost pass as a finished product. Over all it wasn't too hard to make. The side cover part was a bit of a pain to get the bends perfect so they were flush with the bezel and back plate. Took me 3 or 4 try's to get the piece perfect. The rest was super simple stuff. It would be nice if Beada could included a simple Side trim ring like I made for their screens. Really cleans it up. Im also so happy I went with a display that only needs a USB cable for both power and display. I hated the idea of using HDMI and second screen issues and weirdness. USB only is the only way to go IMO...
  8. Update. So I uninstalled Aida 64 and then manually deleted the remaining files that didnt get removed in the uninstall. Restarted and then Re installed Aida. My drives and dram temps now show up! YEAH! But my Memory DRAM DIMM Voltage is still wrong. Still shows half the correct value.
  9. Thanks for the kind words about my modded beada screen. As for TFT VS IPS. I think the IPS for the extra 20 is better and worth it for a few reasons. One being the colors will prolly be more accurate. The 7 inch beada panel I got didnt have a ips option. If it did I would of got it. I found that the color was off quite a bit when trying to match colors to my monitor. The RGB color codes I had to use for my sensor panel to match my wallpaper were VERY different. It was off by alot! Another benefit is the IPS panel will have much better viewing angles which might look alot better if using the screen in a case where you are not always looking at the screen dead on. At the end of the day the TFT isnt horrible tho. I still like myn alot.
  10. My Logitech G19 was starting to finally die so I needed a simple Aida lcd screen solution for my desk that looked good. I really wanted something clean looking with a simple usb connection. No hdmi second screen tweaking. After searching, there doesn't seem to be a completely finished option available at all surprisingly. Just janky 3d printed stuff. Shame really. Anyways, I ended up going with the 7 inch Beada panel cause it comes with a front bezel at least and figured I could make it work some how. After lots of brainstorming on what would be the easiest way that would look good. I came up with this. I Used a 1/6 thin sheet of ABS plastic that I cut and bent to wrap around the sides of the screen and sandwich between the bezel lip and back acrylic plate that comes with the screen. I also attached a cheap iPad stand to the back acrylic plate with some small nuts and bolts so the screen can tilt at multiple angles and stand up solid and sturdy. Lots of adjustment with Zero wobble. And lastly gave all the parts a nice thin coat of flat enamel spray paint. I think It turned out pretty nice. I mean its not perfect but I'm very please with it. Could actually almost pass as a finished product. Over all it wasn't too hard to make. The side cover part was a bit of a pain to get the bends perfect so they were flush with the bezel and back plate. Took me 3 or 4 try's to get the piece perfect. The rest was super simple stuff. It would be nice if Beada could included a simple Side trim ring like I made for their screens. Really cleans it up. Im also so happy I went with a display that only needs a USB cable for both power and display. I hated the idea of using HDMI and second screen issues and weirdness. USB only is the only way to go IMO... Now I'm just trying to figure out why Aida64 has missing and incorrect values for some of my sensors. I have the most recent version and I cant seem to get it right.
  11. Man some of your guys sensor panels are very creative. Bravo. I just used Aida gauges and bars with modified colors and went with simple and easy to read. The blocks around the temp values change color as the temp rises past my set values. Blocks turn Goldish orange when warm and red when too hot. Works well for me. Uses just a single usb cable for power and display. No HDMI needed which is so nice.
  12. I have a Maximus XII Extreme and Im missing both the DRAM and Drive temperature values on the sensor page and my LCD items.. I do have DIMM thermal sensor support enabled under preferences and Im running Aida64 version 6.33.5766 Beta. Also my voltage value for DIMM (Memory DRAM) is incorrect. It look's like its showing half the normal value??? All the values show up and are correct in HWiNFO64. Any Help?
  13. Bump.. @Fiery Could you please take a look at the post above and see if you could help me out. I just renewed my Aida 64 key and would really like to be able to get it fully working.
  14. @Fiery Hi I have a Maximus XII Extreme as well and for some reason I'm missing DIMM Temps as well as m.2 temps.? I do have DIMM Thermal sensor Support checked off.. What do you thinks going on here. Also how can I get my drive temps to show? Am I missing something checked off? Also My DIMM Voltage values are showing half the real value??? LOL... Dual channel power baby! JK. What's that all about??? All my readings in HWiNFO and correct. Posted screen shot. Im running 6.33.5766 Beta
  15. @Fiery It would be nice to have the option Center-Align, like the existing "Right-Align" option for sensor values under LCD pages. It would make centering items that have values that change to larger numbers so much easier and cleaner. One example is trying to perfectly center the time in the center of the screen. At 10, 11 and 12 o-clock, it makes the value string longer so it shifts all the numbers either left or right. Same goes for sensor values that can have larger value fluctuations like Mem usage, cpu and gpu frequencies and fan RPMs are just to name a few.. Anyways would be awesome if you guys would please consider adding.
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