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On 7/8/2021 at 1:17 AM, Дмитрий Петренко said:

Если моя работа кого заинтересует, наберитесь терпения, как только закончу выложу инструкцию и файлы!

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Could you share this awesome panel?

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On 7/28/2021 at 7:21 AM, Velkus said:

It's Not Mine but i did some changes ...

 

Thank you for this Share ! :)

 

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Aorus-Customised(3).sensorpanel 764.76 kB · 26 downloads

Looks nice. I have almost a similar setup. 

Can you please adjust it for 1024x600 (7 inch LCD) and share the source file as well for some label/icon updates. 

Thanks for sharing.

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I'm sharing an Intel version of the templates made earlier in this topic by @antonio and @Lobo Blanco 1002 in 1920x480 - I know some people either couldn't find the template or had trouble with importing it and the size screwing up. I used @Lobo Blanco 1002 version, changed the font to GeForce (https://fontsfree.pro/brand-fonts/917-geforce.html), changed the text to English, Added Intel/Nvidia logos and moved a couple of things. I'm very new to Aida64 so I'm sorry if anyone has any issues using this!

 

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edit: change the download file to .sensorpanel

1578727296_2021-08-01new_sensorpanel.5a6863f5ee91a5a71e2a7946a0f2bd48

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On 4/18/2021 at 10:20 PM, Liao Joey said:

ZERO V2 1920X480 screenpanel comes with animation effects. Audio visualizer effects. There is no download link, please send a message to me and leave your E-mail address. I will send it to you !

PS:ZERO V2 1024X600 will be soon...

love it, been searching for something like this like... forever xD could you send it to me?

 

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On 2/3/2018 at 8:40 PM, Rabbithole said:

Here is what I think is the final rendition of my panel for my current (OLD) rig ... I can't really work on the panel for my new build till it's put together, but I might post a few ideas for it.

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WOW!! This is by FAR my Fav!! I keep coming back to it! I've tried and tried to create those bars and I just can't I really don't have the skill or experience. Great job!

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On 7/18/2021 at 8:44 AM, Filipe Alves said:

Maybe a stupid question, but how to make the lcd turn off when the computer shutdown, it still stays powered be the USB port. 
thx

don't know if you figured it out since I'm not done reading the new forum posts and it may have been answered further than where ive read, but the easiest way, if you'd rather leave bios USB settings alone, is to use a usb micro(or whatever usb version you use) to usb header cable... was watching a video on YouTube, and the person said that that usb has persistent power on newer motherboards, however a possibly better way to do it, is to plug it directly in to your motherboard USB header, as it ALWAYS shuts off with the pc no matter what the other USB ports do... how much of that is true, idk, aside from the fact that, as a tech youtuber he generally knows his stuff about pc related subjects... for future reference look up the author "jayztwocents", and the term "sensorpanel", and it should probably be the first one... its a video where they explain about sensor panels based on their recently(as in recent before video went up) messing around with them for the first time, and explaining how to install a monitor panel, and make a sensorpanel in aida64, and, for being beginners in this part of the PC realm, its an informative video...

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6 minutes ago, Wiebenor said:

don't know if you figured it out since I'm not done reading the new forum posts and it may have been answered further than where ive read, but the easiest way, if you'd rather leave bios USB settings alone, is to use a usb micro(or whatever usb version you use) to usb header cable... was watching a video on YouTube, and the person said that that usb has persistent power on newer motherboards, however a possibly better way to do it, is to plug it directly in to your motherboard USB header, as it ALWAYS shuts off with the pc no matter what the other USB ports do... how much of that is true, idk, aside from the fact that, as a tech youtuber he generally knows his stuff about pc related subjects... for future reference look up the author "jayztwocents", and the term "sensorpanel", and it should probably be the first one... its a video where they explain about sensor panels based on their recently(as in recent before video went up) messing around with them for the first time, and explaining how to install a monitor panel, and make a sensorpanel in aida64, and, for being beginners in this part of the PC realm, its an informative video...

hi, yea i figued it out, i had to enable erp on the bios.

any way thanks 

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