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On 6/20/2021 at 7:47 PM, Zakaria Elouahed said:

woowwww nice job thanks for sharing 

PLS can you show me how to change the name of the CPU and GPU on the panel to mines ?

On this SensorPanel, it looks like the names of the components are part of the background image so you will have to use an image editor to white out the existing names and add your specific components.

-Mojo

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On 2/13/2021 at 9:27 AM, Luis Gabriel Gerena said:

That is the Divoom Pixoo Max which is 32x32 on a previous video I had a 16x16.
I have a usb 2.0 header to USB adapter to power it from within the PC. 
The display has a Car Mode which basically turns itself on and off when it detects or stops detecting charge so it works perfectly so that I can turn it on and off by shutting down the PSU switch. :)
I did a newer video but I can tell you, all fan lights and displays look better in real life.

 

Where did you get your pixel panel?

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On 5/16/2021 at 10:26 AM, 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 (dark-grey and black backgrounds).

Enjoy

Note 1: Nvidia 30XX sensor data (usage, TDP, VRAM temps, etc.) are supported in the new beta release. So adjust accordingly if you're using it. In the sensor panel VRAM temps are set to some random temps at the moment. The % value is set to TDP% as GPU usage% wasn't supported in the current standard release. After installing the beta, I swapped the 2nd GPU fan for TDP watts.

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

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Material Design Big Bars Simplified 1200x1920.zip 679.31 kB · 301 downloads

Love your Work! I am new to this and i was wondering if you can share the light and dark backgrounds you are using so i can resize to 600x1024. Afaik the rest i can resize and move within the senor panel manager or am i missing anything? Anyway, Thank you for those panels!

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13 hours ago, Fady88 said:

Love your Work! I am new to this and i was wondering if you can share the light and dark backgrounds you are using so i can resize to 600x1024. Afaik the rest i can resize and move within the senor panel manager or am i missing anything? Anyway, Thank you for those panels!

Thanks. You're able to extract the backgrounds if you already have imported the sensorpanel file. The image file would be located somewhere in the program installation folder. I don't remember the exact location, but someone shared how to before.

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On 5/23/2021 at 2:56 PM, Jhay Santos said:

 

Step 2: AIDA64- preferences ->LCD -> LCD Items -> Import the file below.

File to be used for the below image - 2021-03-19.rslcd or

any file with extension - "****.sensorpanel" to convert into "**.rslcd"

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1 minute ago, Guna said:

Step 2: AIDA64- preferences ->LCD -> LCD Items -> Import the file below.

File to be used for the below image - 2021-03-19.rslcd or

any file with extension - "****.sensorpanel" to convert into "**.rslcd"

 

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Update few changes

Used my old Tablet as monitoring screen. 1024*768 scale

1. used "Spacdesk " software to  use the tablet as second display.

File to be used for the below image - "**.sensorpanel"

 2. Used - Localhost:80 - to display over the browser.

Step 1: AIDA64- preferences ->LCD -> RemoteSensor

select the tick boxes and provide the resolution you want.

Step 2: AIDA64- preferences ->LCD -> LCD Items -> Import the file below.

File to be used for the below image - 2021-03-19.rslcd or

any file with extension - "****.sensorpanel" to convert into "**.rslcd"

2102314998_sensorpanel.thumb.PNG.592164e0670ed6d7ee2418b04027678f.PNG

2021-06-26.sensorpanel

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On 6/4/2021 at 4:28 PM, philipfreire said:

NZXT Theme:NZXT.thumb.PNG.cf57516c88496bafeddbe9495a5ea821.PNG
Download:
 
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NZXT B&W Theme:NZXT-BW.thumb.PNG.c2f03b899416f599aae24b1c0eec8e4a.PNG
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NZXT-Theme-BW.sensorpanel 549.16 kB · 75 downloads


NZXT / ASUS ROG Theme:
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Enjoy!


Notes:
Fits 1920x1080 displays.
Minor changes to CPU/GPU & RAM icons.
May require HelveticaNeue Font

 

Great screens, anyway you can scale down to a smaller screen 800x480 please? your design fits what Im looking for perfectly

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