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5 hours ago, sac130e said:

Installed a 7" lcd on my case to use with AIDA64. It receives power from the usb header on the mb. Issue is when I shutdown pc for the night, the screen is still powered on.

Is there a windows setting or another way to power it so it will shutoff when I power off the pc?

Thx

I think it's a BIOS Option. 

Search for 'ErP Ready' and switch it to 'Enabled'. 

 

 

 

 

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Hello Community, this is my finished "Cyberpunk 2077" sensor panel.   The working time was 3 full days to create the vector graphics (border bottom and top + frame borders and diagonal lines

Hello People, Here is my first (not finished yet) work, 1280x800px. I used a template from one of the forum uploaders as a base to work with. I did not have a display at this moment for my p

What do you think of this theme? seems many people want it...  here we go ! 1920X480 DL LINK https://drive.google.com/file/d/1LjKwGj9uyYXDO2f1ZONVlYPmsDJtTPwo/view?usp=sharing

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So I modded one from someone here from an all AMD setup to match mine. Kept some elements, removed some other, added some. I Can't remember who it was, but thank you for the great base to start with!

I used a 5" Beadapanel. Fonts are "Intel Clear",  one called DSEG14 and DSEG7 (14 and 7 segment display fonts), and "GeForce" 

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looks good . nice to see someone using my panel . one thing that I changed on my panel since then that you might find useful is to change the CPU temp graph minimum value to 20 instead of 0 so that the idle temp in the graph is not in the middle of the graph but rather at the bottom of the graph . you pc will never go below 20 . it saves graph space  and you will be able to see temp swings better

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On 9/6/2020 at 2:32 PM, Liao Joey said:

Hi there, can you share this template??

love it!

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New member here, wanted to share.

I also have a question that I cant figure out, no matter how much I've searched. Is there a way to keep this sensor display always showing, even when I turn off my primary monitor? When I turn off the primary monitor, some other active window will take over on the sensor screen. I've tried "Always on top", scripts of always on top, other settings, but I cant get it to stay all the time. Secondary monitor is set as extended. Any help would be appreciated. 

Images show a snip of the sensor display for clarity. Other images show the display itself which is not 100% finished. I also want to get some 90 degree cables for it. The last image just shows the full setup. Thanks all.

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16 hours ago, tigers486 said:

New member here, wanted to share.

I also have a question that I cant figure out, no matter how much I've searched. Is there a way to keep this sensor display always showing, even when I turn off my primary monitor? When I turn off the primary monitor, some other active window will take over on the sensor screen. I've tried "Always on top", scripts of always on top, other settings, but I cant get it to stay all the time. Secondary monitor is set as extended. Any help would be appreciated. 

Images show a snip of the sensor display for clarity. Other images show the display itself which is not 100% finished. I also want to get some 90 degree cables for it. The last image just shows the full setup. Thanks all.

How do you turn off your primary monitor?  Powering it off by its power button?

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On 10/14/2020 at 3:09 AM, Jdmwrxpower said:

Hi everyone,

             I made two different ones for my own use for Ghost Face and Anonymous. Size is 1200x600. I did some custom work in photoshop.

 

Hi sir any sample picture?

and do you have 800x480 version? thanks

 

JoeMFinalSensorAnonymous.sensorpanel 596.69 kB · 13 downloads JoeMFinalSensorGhostFace.sensorpanel 447.51 kB · 11 downloads

 

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On 10/5/2020 at 11:43 PM, BTP Media Corp said:

So I modded one from someone here from an all AMD setup to match mine. Kept some elements, removed some other, added some. I Can't remember who it was, but thank you for the great base to start with!

I used a 5" Beadapanel. Fonts are "Intel Clear",  one called DSEG14 and DSEG7 (14 and 7 segment display fonts), and "GeForce" 

PXL_20201005_153641070.jpg

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IntelVertical.belcd 169.24 kB · 41 downloads

Thanks for the idea and to the original creator of this Panel

Here is my AMD Version 

JeyCOOL AMD MOD.sensorpanel

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I incorporated leveldog's design into my screen. However, I think I prefer the gauge color states in reverse order - light blue, medium blue, burnt orange, to dark orange vs the other way around as it now. For the life of me I can't seem to flip the color pattern as I'm not very photoshop/color manipulatively inclined. I tried a few online tools but would be great if someone that's proficient can help.

This is what I need - for one gauge set 1, I was able to make 3 of the 15 color states - 0,1, and 15 but can't seem to get the tools to make the remaining. Can someone help fill out states 2-13 of gauge 1 and replicate the same color pattern and sequence for gauge set 2. Also, for gauge set 2, there are some strange black dashes under the columns, can those be deleted altogether as I don't understand what they add?

Many thanks in advance!

 

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Hey All,

For those asking, heres my 7 inch version of @Gabe Zalewski's Neon Hud.

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1NSTN2_jRDM12QBBAeRW_0t4rMFtbLYEr?usp=sharing

 

The names of the parts are on the same image as the background and is not editable via Aida64. To make it easy, I've included both the .sensorpanel file and the background's photoshop/Gimp file. This way, you will be able to retain the text's Effects and font and  change it with ease.

Let me know if you have any questions!

Sorry for the late response

@jean-paul Collaert
@Galaxgwidon

 

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