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8 hours ago, Rabbithole said:

I forgot to mention Nik if you would like me to animate the fan with the purple/blue ring I could make that happen too...

THANKS i love too please with colors and if its possible can be bigger like 100x100? I ve got on quetion when i adding the fan at custom tshow animating spins from 0 to 15,but at the panel shows me the fan rpms without fan spining do you know why? Thanks a lot fantastic job

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5 hours ago, nik said:

ok thanks i will try

 

Any chance to send me the fan with purple/blue ring?  

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On 10/15/2019 at 12:39 PM, nik said:

THANKS i love too please with colors and if its possible can be bigger like 100x100? I ve got on quetion when i adding the fan at custom tshow animating spins from 0 to 15,but at the panel shows me the fan rpms without fan spining do you know why? Thanks a lot fantastic job

you need to set the min/max for the fans in the settings, so if your fans max out at say 1200 you need to set the sensor from 0-1200

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Nice topic,stumpled upon this and I had to try one for PC games.First thanks for all those who shared.I used gauges and images from this thread.

Not sure how to actually install or save for anyone to use.I did export the sensor file and I saved my Sensor panel folder and 7zip.

I can only get it to work on my install path properly.

D:\Software\Bench\AIDA64 Extreme

Anyhow I removed a couple things like my name and FPS so panel looks like this.

gfpanel.png

Actual in game with some transparency on.

Gerard-Sensor-panel.jpg

SensorPanel.7z

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Hi there!

It took me quite some time and learning but i made it. I created my first custom panel.

I have my old android tablet setup as my external hardware monitor showing all the info i need and it works great!!

Big THANKS to Fiery because of the devotion in answering so many questions on the forum and providing so much good information and guides.

 

SensPanel_first.png

senspanel1.jpg

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On 10/18/2019 at 7:05 AM, Rabbithole said:

you need to set the min/max for the fans in the settings, so if your fans max out at say 1200 you need to set the sensor from 0-1200

Hi i ve try everything still not spining at panel, it shows spining only at settings when adding the images 1 to 15. Any idea why. I set the correct rpms 0 - 3750 which is my fan speed  and also tried and other settings 0 - 1500 etc but no luck. As well if you can upload the color vertion of fans.Thank you so much

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I have a 10" panel in my case, and I use a 900x1440p panel there, so I can always glance at it. 

 

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Panel shown here was an earlier version.. like I said, it's an ever changing thing, and always will be.  I have had some radically different panels over the years, this style just happens to be my current one.

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HI, just got Aida64 Extreme for my new PC coz my 3900X was running hot and the Wraith cooler was spinning up & down frequently at idle with no load so I wanted to stress test and monitor the system stats. I found the SensorPanel very useful but the customisation is not very intuitive so I took one from this Reddit post, and downloaded the sonsorpanel file from the poster's link but mine doesn't look like his SensorPanel, looks like scaling/sizing issue. I did a clean Windows install and installed Aida64 Extreme again and imported from the link again but same issue, the gauges & bars have shrunk and I couldn't find any settings to resize them. 

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2019-08-09 fixed.sensorpanel

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On ‎10‎/‎31‎/‎2019 at 1:48 PM, Jake13942 said:

HI, just got Aida64 Extreme for my new PC coz my 3900X was running hot and the Wraith cooler was spinning up & down frequently at idle with no load so I wanted to stress test and monitor the system stats. I found the SensorPanel very useful but the customisation is not very intuitive so I took one from this Reddit post, and downloaded the sonsorpanel file from the poster's link but mine doesn't look like his SensorPanel, looks like scaling/sizing issue. I did a clean Windows install and installed Aida64 Extreme again and imported from the link again but same issue, the gauges & bars have shrunk and I couldn't find any settings to resize them. 

In case you use a different DPI zoom setting for your monitor than where the original SensorPanel layout was created, you need to re-adjust the gauge sizes and position of the LCD items as well.

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1 minute ago, Jake13942 said:

I suspected scaling issue but I can't find any setting to resize the guages. 

With custom gauges you're pretty much restricted to their exact dimensions since you cannot adjust their size without re-creating them using Photoshop or such.  You need to re-adjust the positions of the rest of the LCD items to fix the alignment problems.

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5 hours ago, Fiery said:

In case you use a different DPI zoom setting for your monitor than where the original SensorPanel layout was created, you need to re-adjust the gauge sizes and position of the LCD items as well.

I will try to make this from scratch now that I have the guages, can I request a feature: l like the move feature, if possible can we have a resize feature, you right click, select resize, and get resize arrows on that particualr item. 

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Did some re-arranging:

AIDA64 SENSOR PANEL 11-3-19.jpgWould it be possible to add a feature where we could highlight certain sensors (gauges) and have them change color?

For example; I want to keep an eye on CPU voltage and water temperatures. I would be able to select those gauges and the gauge background would turn red with yellow numbers and blue 'ticks'?

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On ‎11‎/‎10‎/‎2019 at 7:06 AM, Maxwell said:

This is dumb but how do I import a custom panel I downloaded?

It's not dumb at all.  Right-click on the System Tray icon of AIDA64 --> Show SensorPanel.  Right-click on the SensorPanel (anywhere) --> SensorPanel Manager.  In there click on the Import button near the top-right corner.

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On 6/29/2019 at 3:33 PM, chmarr said:

is there any chance you can make this available to us.??

Sorry, is quite a long time i did not read the forum

ASA I will be at home with some free time I will upload all

No later than this week-end anyway

 

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On 10/8/2019 at 3:01 PM, MatG said:

 

 

Is there a way to make this in a higher resolution? I'm mirroring it to my Nexus 5 and it only takes up a quarter of the display, if that. I'm still new to this and I can't seem to find a setting if there is one. 

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