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yes it's preferences > sensorpanel  and you will see the Sensorpanel size: horizontal and vertical sizes towards the bottom of the dialog box.   if it's an existing template you will need to preposition the existing monitored elements.   If it's a new sensorpanel then you have a blank canvas :)

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On 2/3/2018 at 11:40 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.

final shot.png

I'd love to get those temp bars on the left

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30 minutes ago, Kermit Mapet said:

how can i delete pages from LCD items?

You need to delete all items on that particular page.

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Does any1 have a link to this? 
 

On 10/18/2019 at 3:52 PM, gerardfraser said:

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.7zUnavailable

 

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hey there!

pfa my very first project. also the explanation about the theme. thank all of you the lot of help in the thread.

(yeah, i know. not much or not too complex, but i made in 20mins. :) )

 

 

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On 10/15/2019 at 12:29 PM, Rabbithole said:

Hello,

 Sorry for the delay been real busy ... so in the end result I ended up making the background transparent so they would be universal plus the blades spin ....and I took the branding off cause I don't support Thermaltake anymore..(Cause they won't support me).BTW anyone looking to buy 120mm TT riing plus fan kit ??? 5 x fans (3 are about 1 year old and 2 are new with only 100 hours use) bran new riing trio controller and all the wiring... $100 ....I can't get the software to work properly anymore due to another program I'm running (DAW) and I need the other program...

BTW Nik, If you have any questions about sensor panels I have a bunch of stuff I made and modded over the past few years so I may have something you are looking for and I would be glad to lend a hand....Also those pics you "quoted" are from like 2 years ago ... lol

transparent black fan - gauge 70 x 70.zip 196.2 kB · 33 downloads

Hello, what program do you use to edit and make the gauges and fans 

Thanks in advance!

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Since a few days I own an AMD Ryzen 9 3950X.

I want gauges for for the CPU clock cores, but 16 gauges are a little bit to much for my small display (Mimo 7" USB-Display).

So I build a set of double (half) gauges. As font I used Consolas with size 8.

Hope you enjoy it.

 

Aida_Sensorpanel.png

Double_Gauge.rar

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Hey folks. Brand new here.

I've noticed that a lot of people are using what appears to be a stock format. Is there some where I can download that background, and the stock and the pictures. It's the one with the 6 gauges at the top, and the 6 sections. 

Thank you 

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Making this took a lot longer than I expected haha.. I use a Corsair Commander Pro so had to get around that dilemma.. ended up just buying a second temp probe for my reservoir and plugging it into the motherboard to get another water temp reading, because I use iCue to control all fans, pump, and RGB lights so it had to remain fully functional.. Made three different colours of gauges all blue is used for utilization percentage (was also going to use it for RPM), green to yellow to red is for RAM usage, and blue to green to yellow to red is for temperature. I use it for a 5" LCD monitor that's installed in the case of my newest build.  

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SensorPanel.rar

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This is the file I downloaded from the forum, and I changed the interface myself.

Please reply to me if necessary.

I will share axlcd and PSD files.

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On 15/10/2017 at 06:44, drDriz said:

Meu painel de sensor personalizado, no estilo da suíte AI da Asus. 
É 800 x 460, pois isso será exibido em uma tela LCD integrada. 

Os mostradores na parte superior são dinâmicos, assim como os ícones animados dos fãs. Estou bastante satisfeito com isso. 
Caso alguém esteja interessado, postarei uma foto com o resultado final!

SensorPanel.jpg

poderia compartilhar?

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