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Hey! Just wasted some hours of my time creating a sensor panel and wanted to share it! 
I attach a rar with the files within. You can edit the background with your name or whatever you want. Hope you like it and some of you use it! And feedback is wellcome.

BTW the reason of the C: temp graph is cause as long as the m.2 is right under the GPU it use to heat up and I want to keep an eye on it.

Cheers!

PD: Forgot to mention you can resize it and it is more little and you can keep it on a corner of your screen and it's not too much annoying XP.

serkber-monitor.rar

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Hello
Here is my panel of ROG control for my second screen 1920x1080.
I realized with photoshop at 80% There are some changes to make.

Image 1 is without photoshop
Image 2 with photoshop

Sorry for my english I am french.

panelROG1.png

panelROG.png

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On 3/5/2018 at 4:45 AM, Rabbithole said:

Hi Stealth, nice panel man ... EZ 2 read, I finally finished my new build, I'm gonna have to limit myself to what I put on my panel (5" lcd) there's a lot of stuff to my new build and my eye's aren't so good...lol but I like what you did here.  I get my new monitor Tuesday... 34" curved 1440 @ 100hz VA panel ... Whooo Hooo !

Hello, I would like to know how I can use this application.
Thank you

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On 7/6/2018 at 2:24 AM, Fiery said:

We generally recommend either going for a cheap 2nd hand TFT monitor (that you can connect via DSub or DVI or HDMI), and then you can use the SensorPanel module as well as put any other window on it -- since it would just be a secondary monitor in Windows... Or if you're ready to spend more $$ on the project: go for a USB connected monitor like Asus MB169B+ :

https://www.asus.com/hu/Monitors/MB169BPlus/

Or pick up an Android tablet that you can use along with the AIDA64 RemoteSensor module on WiFi, or with the Odospace LCD module using USB connection.

Any other LCD solutions are either not 100% stable (like Samsung SPF Digital Frames) or very expensive to purchase.

 

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3 hours ago, Rabbithole said:

Hi Fiery,

  I have recently been having issues with the Aida 64 sensor panel not staying on. It for some reason disappears or shuts off, maybe even minimizes? I'm not quite sure but what I do know is it won't stay visible on my LCD screen. I use it for when I'm in game ...well to monitor... but seems to be malfunctioning at the moment, even if I'm not in any game. Is this a know bug?? Any suggestions on how to fix it? It has been working fine since the time of purchase till about a week ago the only thing that has updated in the past week is "Nvidia Experience" Man I just can't figure this one out....So as I was writing this (about 5 minutes) it just vanished again. It will open fine but does not stay put anymore...???

Please avoid posting a single issue into multiple topics.  I've replied you in your other topic.

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I"m sorry . I posted this one first then forgot to delete it after posting the other in the proper place. It was real late last night/morning.I deleted it.

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On 1/16/2018 at 10:19 PM, Rabbithole said:

kinda but what I did is I made the animation with only 3 images then repeated the 3 over and over till it made 16 images. That way it shows movement with very little variations from whatever it is you have it monitoring from and I've only just started messing with the idea so with trial and error I'm sure to find what to set it to ... so just play around with it and if you find a way to make it function better please share it with me. So I have been making all sorts of gauges , backgrounds, fans and such and I have a bunch of ASUS / ROG, EVGA and AORUS background/interface looking backgrounds and I can do them in any size and color so if there is anything you are looking for in particular let me know if I can assist you B)

ASUS-ROG-red.png

EVGA-2red-V5.png

Electricred background.png

G2-purple-12.png this gauge starts at top center and comes down both sides at the same time.

M-red-13.pngthis is an example of a red gauge almost at full

how about these guage files? that top center split is awesome sauce!!! 

 

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1 hour ago, 0p3rat0r said:

how about these guage files? that top center split is awesome sauce!!! 

 

Hello ,

Sorry I haven't been here at the forum for quite some time.... anyways so would you like me to send you the center split gauge? I only made this one with a black background. If so send me your email addy for the zipped file.

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Hello all,

Sorry I haven't been around for a while ... Ummm for anyone who requested files please make the request again and I will do my very best to get the files to you soon as I can. Thanks for your patients....

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On 8/2/2018 at 7:27 AM, serkber said:

Hey! Just wasted some hours of my time creating a sensor panel and wanted to share it! 
I attach a rar with the files within. You can edit the background with your name or whatever you want. Hope you like it and some of you use it! And feedback is wellcome.

BTW the reason of the C: temp graph is cause as long as the m.2 is right under the GPU it use to heat up and I want to keep an eye on it.

Cheers!

PD: Forgot to mention you can resize it and it is more little and you can keep it on a corner of your screen and it's not too much annoying XP.

serkber-monitor.rar

aida64_2018-08-02_07-25-52.png

2018-08-02_07-36-21.png

Looks excellent tnx man

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Decided to try and work on one of these doodads...  Really schocked,  got it done in like 5 hours.  CHEERS

I built it basically looking at the work from the samples shown on here by a couple of users.

 

 

 

Image-1.jpg

MVIMG_20181007_050048 (2).jpg

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22 hours ago, jmezzy said:

Decided to try and work on one of these doodads...  Really schocked,  got it done in like 5 hours.  CHEERS

I built it basically looking at the work from the samples shown on here by a couple of users.

 

 

 

Image-1.jpg

MVIMG_20181007_050048 (2).jpg

That one looks incredible :o  Great job!

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