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Hi,

Will there be support for the ryujin 360 oled screen for hardware stats on non asus motherboards pulled from wmi?

This would be hugely appreciated.

Thanks

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On ‎5‎/‎24‎/‎2019 at 1:50 PM, insp1re2600 said:

Hi,

Will there be support for the ryujin 360 oled screen for hardware stats on non asus motherboards pulled from wmi?

This would be hugely appreciated.

Thanks

We've contacted Asus and asked them whether it's possible to access the OLED screen of their device directly.  We'll see what they have to say about this... :)  I'll let you know in this topic once we have an update.

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20 hours ago, Fiery said:

We've contacted Asus and asked them whether it's possible to access the OLED screen of their device directly.  We'll see what they have to say about this... :)  I'll let you know in this topic once we have an update.

nice, look forward to it being a native possibility,

 

this works with cpuz, maybe for insight.

 

Clear-Host
$i = 1
Do{
#Generate CPU-Z Log file
Start-process "C:\Program Files\CPUID\CPU-Z\cpuz.exe" -ArgumentList "-txt=cpuinfo" -Wait

#Variables
$CPUtemp = (((Get-Content "C:\program files\CPUID\CPU-Z\cpuinfo.txt") -match "Temperature 0") -match "Package").substring(16,2)
$CPUpercent = Get-WmiObject Win32_Processor | Select -expandproperty loadpercentage
$RAM = Get-WmiObject Win32_OperatingSystem | Select totalvisiblememorysize, freephysicalmemory
$RAMtotal = [math]::Round($ram.totalvisiblememorysize/1024/1024)
$RAMusage = [math]::Round(($RAM.TotalVisibleMemorySize - $RAM.FreePhysicalMemory)/1024/1024,1)
$IPAddress = Get-NetIPAddress | Where addressfamily -eq "ipv4" | Where interfacealias -NotLike "*loopback*" | Select -first 1 | Select -ExpandProperty ipaddress
$Date = Get-Date -Format "MM/dd/yy hh:mm tt"

#XML Stuff
[XML]$XMLfile=Get-Content(“C:\Program Files (x86)\LightingService\OledLastProfile.xml”)
$XMLfile.root.profiles.profile1.main.single.player.setting.text_list.text_string1 = "$date"
$XMLfile.root.profiles.profile1.main.single.player.setting.text_list.text_string2 = "$($env:COMPUTERNAME) - $($IPAddress)"
$XMLfile.root.profiles.profile1.main.single.player.setting.text_list.text_string3 = "CPU: $CPUpercent % / $CPUtemp °C"
$XMLfile.root.profiles.profile1.main.single.player.setting.text_list.text_string4 = "RAM: $RAMUsage GB of $RAMtotal GB"
$XMLfile.save(“C:\Program Files (x86)\LightingService\OledLastProfile.xml”)

#LiveDash
Restart-Service lightingservice -Force    
Start-Sleep -Seconds 15
}
While($i -eq 1)

 

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On ‎5‎/‎28‎/‎2019 at 1:35 PM, insp1re2600 said:

nice, look forward to it being a native possibility,

 

this works with cpuz, maybe for insight.

 


Clear-Host
$i = 1
Do{
#Generate CPU-Z Log file
Start-process "C:\Program Files\CPUID\CPU-Z\cpuz.exe" -ArgumentList "-txt=cpuinfo" -Wait

#Variables
$CPUtemp = (((Get-Content "C:\program files\CPUID\CPU-Z\cpuinfo.txt") -match "Temperature 0") -match "Package").substring(16,2)
$CPUpercent = Get-WmiObject Win32_Processor | Select -expandproperty loadpercentage
$RAM = Get-WmiObject Win32_OperatingSystem | Select totalvisiblememorysize, freephysicalmemory
$RAMtotal = [math]::Round($ram.totalvisiblememorysize/1024/1024)
$RAMusage = [math]::Round(($RAM.TotalVisibleMemorySize - $RAM.FreePhysicalMemory)/1024/1024,1)
$IPAddress = Get-NetIPAddress | Where addressfamily -eq "ipv4" | Where interfacealias -NotLike "*loopback*" | Select -first 1 | Select -ExpandProperty ipaddress
$Date = Get-Date -Format "MM/dd/yy hh:mm tt"

#XML Stuff
[XML]$XMLfile=Get-Content(“C:\Program Files (x86)\LightingService\OledLastProfile.xml”)
$XMLfile.root.profiles.profile1.main.single.player.setting.text_list.text_string1 = "$date"
$XMLfile.root.profiles.profile1.main.single.player.setting.text_list.text_string2 = "$($env:COMPUTERNAME) - $($IPAddress)"
$XMLfile.root.profiles.profile1.main.single.player.setting.text_list.text_string3 = "CPU: $CPUpercent % / $CPUtemp °C"
$XMLfile.root.profiles.profile1.main.single.player.setting.text_list.text_string4 = "RAM: $RAMUsage GB of $RAMtotal GB"
$XMLfile.save(“C:\Program Files (x86)\LightingService\OledLastProfile.xml”)

#LiveDash
Restart-Service lightingservice -Force    
Start-Sleep -Seconds 15
}
While($i -eq 1)

 

I guess this would overwrite an XML file periodically on the file system.  It's not a good idea in the long term, especially if you have a SSD.  We haven't heard back from Asus yet...

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