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Not sure if this has been mentioned before now if it has im sorry for the repost.

 

Now Adia supports HHD/SSD drive activity could you guys at finalwire introduce a switch (Graphic/item type) for the sensor panel that mimics the HHD drive active light on the chassis (On/Off during drive activity)?

 

Hope this makes sense. 

 

 

Thanks

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Now thinking about this in a little more depth im think there maybe problems with the length of polling  time.  I mean if your polling was set to 5 secs the the Hdd light would be stuck on for 5 secs which wouldn't mimic the HDD activity light at all and if the polling was down to 1 ms that would put a little stress on the system.

 

Would it be possible to set a separate polling time for the HDD's alone?

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I think you can already achieve that by using a Sensor Item with a colored bar. You can define it as the bar being black on black background when the activity is under 10% (or under 1% if you wish), and green on green background above that level.

Poll rate can be configured down to 100 milliseconds in AIDA64 / main menu / File / Preferences / Hardware Monitoring / Update Frequency / SensorPanel.

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I think you can already achieve that by using a Sensor Item with a colored bar. You can define it as the bar being black on black background when the activity is under 10% (or under 1% if you wish), and green on green background above that level.

Poll rate can be configured down to 100 milliseconds in AIDA64 / main menu / File / Preferences / Hardware Monitoring / Update Frequency / SensorPanel

 

That worked!  Should have thought about this clearer before posting. 

 

Thanks Fiery :D

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No problem, it's not something trivial :) It is possible only because of the flexibility of the Sensor Item ;)

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