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Hi

I Use Aida 64 Pro.

I have seen a video on Youtube  where someone uses a 7" LCD Monitor over HDMI to show his stats over the sensor panel.

I bought myself an Waveshare 7" IPS Touch LCD Monitor and use it as second Monitor on Windows 10 Home 64.

The Monitor works fine but i have a problem..... The Monitor has a resolution of 1024 X 600.... when i open  Aida 64 settings ...go to Sensor panel

and the Set the resolution of 1024X600 the sensor panel looks absolutely perfect on my main monitor, right size the problem is when i drag the sensor panel over the virtual

border of the main monitor (monitor 1) onto my 7" LCD Display the the size of it changes  it shrinks smaller at the monent i cross the virtual border of the 2 Monitors.

When the sensor panel is displaed on the second monitor it is smaller as it should be. I ca Change the size with the mouse to fix it on the screen size but the  letters and bargraphs  are way to small

smaller as i wanted it to be....  i have to say that when i first tried this  it worked as it should be for one time but the then something changed and now it alwas changes the the size of the sensor panel..

I saw the video on youtube and there it looks like it should be (not like on my pc)....

As main Display i use a ASUG Rog PG27AQ 4k Display with 200% Aplication Zoom (sorry don´t know the exactly description) and on the second monitor everything is on standard settings..

Did someone hav e similar problems or can someone help me with this problem....

GPU is an 2080TI with latest drivers......

Thx for helping!

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1 hour ago, 4sur5al said:

Hi

I Use Aida 64 Pro.

I have seen a video on Youtube  where someone uses a 7" LCD Monitor over HDMI to show his stats over the sensor panel.

I bought myself an Waveshare 7" IPS Touch LCD Monitor and use it as second Monitor on Windows 10 Home 64.

The Monitor works fine but i have a problem..... The Monitor has a resolution of 1024 X 600.... when i open  Aida 64 settings ...go to Sensor panel

and the Set the resolution of 1024X600 the sensor panel looks absolutely perfect on my main monitor, right size the problem is when i drag the sensor panel over the virtual

border of the main monitor (monitor 1) onto my 7" LCD Display the the size of it changes  it shrinks smaller at the monent i cross the virtual border of the 2 Monitors.

When the sensor panel is displaed on the second monitor it is smaller as it should be. I ca Change the size with the mouse to fix it on the screen size but the  letters and bargraphs  are way to small

smaller as i wanted it to be....  i have to say that when i first tried this  it worked as it should be for one time but the then something changed and now it alwas changes the the size of the sensor panel..

I saw the video on youtube and there it looks like it should be (not like on my pc)....

As main Display i use a ASUG Rog PG27AQ 4k Display with 200% Aplication Zoom (sorry don´t know the exactly description) and on the second monitor everything is on standard settings..

Did someone hav e similar problems or can someone help me with this problem....

GPU is an 2080TI with latest drivers......

Thx for helping!

It's definitely an issue with DPI zoom used on your main monitor.  Are you using the latest AIDA64 version of 6.00?

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Hi !

Thanks for the fast help.....

As you said it has something to do with the DPI Zoom i tried someting...

First i set the DPI zoom on main monitor from 200 to 100% but that didnt help....

Next i activated 200% DPI zoom on my 7" 2nd. monitor witch is the same zoom that i use on my main monitor.

Then set the sensor panel resolution to 1024x600  make the hooks everywehere and now it is like it should be!

Thanks very much for your help!

Now i am gona look for a nice layout in the "share your sensor panel" section an i wil be happy!

until now i was using the logitech G19 keyboard an the built in LCD but the sensor panel is much nicer of course!

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