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  1. Good morning! This is my first post, I found out about this site after researching my options for a front panel. I LOVE what this software can do, but I need to have it on a front panel for my desks, and I can't find a compatible nice full color display that would fit my needs. i'm surprised there isn't a list on here... Anyways, I have developed a new line of computer desks and currently, I have the designed the panel opening to use the Asus ROG Front Panel's guts. And honestly, it looks great, but the problem is that it only works with ASUS motherboards. I would like to find a panel close to
  2. Gunna start this off with an apology because I bet a lot of these questions have been answered at some point but I'm looking to add an LCD panel into my new build for the first time and I have questions about hardware compatibility and what the AIDA64 software can output: 1) Can any LCD panel work as an external display? I've noticed that some are listed as "supported" or "not supported" but I'm not sure what that actually means. If anyone would like to suggest panels: I'm most likely looking for a panel roughly 8"-12". 2) I have an Asus Maximus VIII Formula Motherboard and plan on add
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