I'm trying to do some battery discharge tracking under different load settings and I'm looking for an easy way to log the battery and system load to a file for later analysis. Does this software have the ability to read device status and record it to a file?
I went to update my old SensorPanel design. I the process, I deleted my old graph of current download rate and tried to setup a new one with my new defaults.
If I create a graph, it doesn't show any network rate information on the item list - I only get connection rate and total download. If I do a simple sensor item, it shows up as a selection.
So, I went into Notepad++ in the old exported sensorpanel file that had a working download rate graph, and cut and pasted the graph line for download rate into the new sensorpanel file and the graph shows up correctly in the panel.
It appears whatever config file that determines what can be added to a graph is broken.
I attached a couple of pictures to show what I am allowed to select.
This is version 5.92.4300.
Is it possible to display calculated values in a Sensorpanel? The scenario:
I have an AIO CPU cooler (CM Masterliquid Pro 140) on my cpu (i7-4790k). The pump is connected to the cpu fan header (mobo: ASRock Z97 Extreme6/3.1). The value displayed in BIOS and AIDA64 is in the 9k rpm range. I've investigated with CM and was told the actual value is the displayed value divided by three. I'd like to display it this way in the sensor panel.
I've done some searching for similar threads but have come up empty. That being said I'm new to the forums; if a thread already exists a link would be most appreciated.
Thank you in advance for your time.
I purchased AIDA64 along with a Matrix Orbital LK204-25 and easily configured it to show system stats...great functionality! I'm curious, is it possible to request a feature to dim or turn off the LCD when the computer goes to sleep? Helps with LCD longevity and not lighting up a dark room when I'm not at the computer.
I would see if it would be possible to "sleep" the AIDA64 program when the computer goes to sleep as well. Right now, AIDA64 uses 1-2% CPU even when the computer is sleeping (since I see it on the LCD). Seems like these would be wasted cycles. Thanks for the great program!