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1024 x 768 7" Galaxy Tab.  Only started last night and thanks to the forum templates and tweaking I've managed to come up with this so far, only one problem tho, since running Aida my corsair lights and headset have stopped flashing and went static anyone else had this problem ? Thanks in advance.

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On 5/16/2021 at 5:26 PM, ThatManOnTheMoon said:

Material Design Big Bars Simplified 1200x1920

These are simpler and lighter colorways of my last post.

See my previous post for dark colorways.

Enjoy

Note 1: Nividia VRAM temps are supported in the new beta [6.33.5714 beta (Apr 23, 2021)]. So adjust accordingly if you're using it. In the sensor panel it's set to some random temps at the moment.

Note 2: The min and max values are just labels, so adjust accordingly or remove per preference.

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may i got the size for 800x480 please? black one

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1 hour ago, phoenixjacen said:

Just made my first sensor panel, obviously not very good at it yet. May I see any 480 x 800 portrait ideas?

you should be able to modify most 800x480 ones.  just flip and re arrange.

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21 hours ago, Sir_coleslaw said:

In reply to my own post on page 109:

The display arrived yesterday and I spent the day completing my sensor panel. Here is the result.

Resolution: 1100x3840

Short review of the display:

The mounting for the display is not yet optimal and will be replaced by something more stable. There is also the option of mounting the display on the back with a 75x75 VESA bracket.

About the display itself:

Bought at AliExpress, NVArcher Store, this is the 14 inch CNC Black version. Shipping to Germany took about 3 weeks. The quality of the display is absolutely outstanding, the front is reflective, it's even FreeSync and HDR compatible and supposedly capable of 144Hz according to the OSD. However, I wouldn't necessarily use it for gaming because of the rather unusual format. Power supply via USB-C works without problems, I use it via an HDMI->DP adapter on my PC. According to the OSD, the second USB-C port on the display is also able to receive an image signal, but I haven't tested this yet due to the lack of a DP->USB-C cable.

I can recommend it after about 2 days of use, the long-term test is still to come.

Link to the shop: https://de.aliexpress.com/item/1005001664167447.html

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Thanks for posting a review.

That's a nice big display. Still debating whether to pick one up. It would pretty much double my vertical space, with a loss of 100p of width when compared to my current panel. Already getting a lot of ideas for potential future releases.

If it's not to much to ask, can you test if can be powered by a 5V power source (e.g. a traditional USB A port from like a non-fast charging or non USB-C PD source. Like a USB A port from a laptop)?

 

14 hours ago, Qhamery said:

may i got the size for 800x480 please? black one

Unfortunately, I don't have the free time to resize the panel. IMHO if you or someone else does resize it (1200x1920 to 480x800), It would be pretty hard to see the displayed data unless you remove some of the tiles/cards (e.g. cpu, gpu, ram, vram, mobo, net) to make space for increase font size for visibility for the remaining tiles/cards. You also wanted it in 800x480 (landscape)? It's doable, but it adds a bit more work.

For anyone who plans to, feel free to modify my releases to your needs. Just give me a shoutout, feels good lol.

If it helps, my method is to make a background (easy to say lol), and make a guideline to have pixel perfect spacing and negative space. Here's an example:

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20 hours ago, ThatManOnTheMoon said:

 

Thanks for posting a review.

That's a nice big display. Still debating whether to pick one up. It would pretty much double my vertical space, with a loss of 100p of width when compared to my current panel. Already getting a lot of ideas for potential future releases.

If it's not to much to ask, can you test if can be powered by a 5V power source (e.g. a traditional USB A port from like a non-fast charging or non USB-C PD source. Like a USB A port from a laptop)?

Yes, that's possible. I'm currently using it via a USB-A port on the back of my LG monitor. I assume it must be at least USB-A 3.0.

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5 hours ago, COSTAJUNIOR said:

Could someone tell me if I can find a tutorial on Youtube teaching how to make these circles, I would love to learn and make mine. I searched and found nothing.

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There is a tutorial on youtube usint Inkscape.  I watched one where he shows how to make a gauge that could be modified to something similar to this.

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Could someone please help me? every time i import a sensor panel all the stuff is all over the place even if i get one made for my screen size. i cant import and load any sensor panel and have everything line up like its supposed to. its driving me crazy could someone please help me with this situation?

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