stillwater Posted November 18, 2013 Share Posted November 18, 2013 Hi, first of all I want to say how impressed I am with aida64. I've used it since about 2009 to display sensor stats on my logitech keyboard LCD. I've recently started using it for more, such as sensor panels on both my PCs and stability tests, and I'm loving it. I keep discovering more features, and the more I discover about the program, the more impressed I am. Great work. Anyway, even good things can be improved, and I have some suggestions. allow hard drives with A: or B: letters to be monitored eg. my backup hard drive was called B: (B for Backup), but unfortunately Aida didn't recognise it until I renamed to a different letter allow moving of sensor elements even when sensor manager is open allow user to customise value types: eg. let me choose whether to display 1546 Mhz, 1.546 Ghz, 1.55 Ghz or 1.5 Ghz allow cpu, chassis etc. fans to be displayed not just as rpm, but also as a percentage value (ie. Full speed = 100%). Make user input min and max if necessary allow graphs to be capped, so that line doesn't go off the chart. Eg. My Fraps graph makes most sense when capped at 120hz. But when I play an older game with vsync off, the fps can be much higher, and the line shoots off the graph and messes up the rest of the sensor panel. let sensor panel manager window remember its last location Allow values to have multiple colour states, just like bars do at the moment: eg. CPU temparature: 30ËšC or 55ËšC or 96ËšC Allow fan speeds to be controlled. Perhaps introduce a new "Item Type" called Slider or Button or Interactive Save settings when closing preferences or Sensor Panel manager, not just when closing aida64. Allow each item on sensor panel to have its own polling interval setting that overrides the generic ones. Eg. I'd like to poll Fraps framerate every 0.1 seconds, GPU usage every 1 second, "used RAM" every 5 seconds, motherboard temperature every 30 seconds, and "used HDD space" every 360 seconds. Everything else can be left at the defaults that I've specified in preferences. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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