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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

My Custom sensor panel, in the style of Asus' AI suite.  It's 800 x 460 as this will be displayed on an in-case LCD-screen.  The dials on top are dynamic, as well as the animated fan icons. I'm q

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

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13 hours ago, frozenboy said:

 

I am using 2560x1600 but scale in 1280x800. Prefer it more than 1024x600

Do you come up with any idea, color, style, background, character or sth else could help 

Wanted a black/red theme as that’s the color of his RGB/case. It’s a Lian Li 011 so the 5” screen was what I was purchasing. 

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Predator theme (the original, none of that modern nonsense :) ). This is for 800x480 resolution.

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CPU and GPU usage graphs at the top, CPU cores usage down the left side, CPU and GPU temps in the middle, FPS underneath. VRAM and RAM usage on the right. At the bottom is CPU temp, FPS and GPU temp in the Yautja language.

CPU make, motherboard and username should automatically change according to your setup, the GPU text you'll need to amend manually. You'll need to install the 2 fonts first as well, just double-click the files to open with Windows Font Viewer and select Install.

Predator.sensorpanel Calculate16-Even.otf Yautja.ttf

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I was sick of dealing with overlays, so I started exploring using an old Android phone (4.7" 1280x720) as an LCD panel (odospace) using AIDA64 inspired by the various posts I've seen on Reddit over the years.

This is my first attempt (obviously inspired by cyberpunk).  I built a quick background in photoshop, and worked on setting up the layout.  Font is IBM Plex Mono.

  • Top box is FPS | Networking (up/down/totals) | Date | Time | Uptime
  • Left box is CPU based: Clock | Util | RAM Used | Temp | FAN | AIO | Power
  • Next is GPU based: Clock | Util | RAM Used | Temp | FAN1 | FAN2 | Power
  • Next is Disk | System Info | Per CPU Clock | Per CPU Util
  • Right box is Voltage | Temps
  • Bottom box is hostname | some covid stats | weather | WiFi connection speed | external IP

The bottom status bar is updating various values using a windows scheduled python script to collect data and write it directly onto the background image (external IP was blanked out from the screencap).  Aida64 picks up the image change automatically.

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1 hour ago, dnovosel said:

I was sick of dealing with overlays, so I started exploring using an old Android phone (4.7" 1280x720) as an LCD panel (odospace) using AIDA64 inspired by the various posts I've seen on Reddit over the years.

This is my first attempt (obviously inspired by cyberpunk).  I built a quick background in photoshop, and worked on setting up the layout.  Font is IBM Plex Mono.

  • Top box is FPS | Networking (up/down/totals) | Date | Time | Uptime
  • Left box is CPU based: Clock | Util | RAM Used | Temp | FAN | AIO | Power
  • Next is GPU based: Clock | Util | RAM Used | Temp | FAN1 | FAN2 | Power
  • Next is Disk | System Info | Per CPU Clock | Per CPU Util
  • Right box is Voltage | Temps
  • Bottom box is hostname | some covid stats | weather | WiFi connection speed | external IP

The bottom status bar is updating various values using a windows scheduled python script to collect data and write it directly onto the background image (external IP was blanked out from the screencap).  Aida64 picks up the image change automatically.

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Do you mind sharing it?
I was going to get an LCD and bought 2 then cancelled both after testing a small IPS LCD I have at home inside the PC I just couldnt stand the light gray blacks compared to my old Samsung Tab 10.5 OLED.
So either I am going to find a 8.9 or similar OLED instead of maybe just fit this 10.5 in there and call it a day :D
Now just working on getting the tablet to work as a monitor so I can use the sensor panels.

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On 1/13/2021 at 12:18 AM, Nashö said:

Many thanks to @Exhumedfor this cool cyberpunk sensor panel template.

I ve made some changes due to my screen reso 1024x600 and darker theme with blue and pink accents.

Still many to learn and thanks to everyone sharing their knowledge here.

Thanks, @Nashö for sharing your inspiring theme and @Exhumed for the incredible template and elements / tools!  I know I borrowed ideas from all of the great themes posted here so thanks to all of you who have shared also.

I plagiarized heavily from Nasho's work and converted this to an Odospace panel for use on my Android Tablet.  Specifically:

  • Increased resolution to 1280 x 800
  • Changed Font to MZM.ttf (in zip file).  This is basically a font based off the "Metroid Zero Mission" GBA game.  My PC is Metroid-themed so I picked something appropriate.  (Credit to original author).
  • I don't play Cyberpunk so I removed most of the references and created a new background.  I still kept it 'punk' as it's the spirit of the layout.

Although the file is in .oslcd format, it should still import into SensorPanel (select "All Files" in the "Files of Type" dropdown).  Also, set the resolution as indicated above.

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Aida Punk Theme.zip

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1 hour ago, 曾文一 said:

How to use a digital  gauge like you?

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I can not show the digital type gauge like others sensor panel.

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Should I import any item first?

its a custom gauge. One way around it is to import mine first then go to the digital gauge, right click and copy. Then import your own sensor panel and right click and paste.

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4 hours ago, Jacob Low said:

Hmm ... not sure why is it like that ... i attached another file, try this one instead ?

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Same Issue... It looks like the background image is bigger (1015x611) then you screen settings?

Idk why this happening. I'm the only one?

@Jacob Low Maybe you could upload the XY Data? Like my Screen? Then I can fix it for on my side :) Thank yoz mate!

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Guys i have a Galaxy Tab 10.5 which resolution is 2560x1600. 

 

I enter the resolution but i cannot make the panels shared here(unless they are same res as my tablet) to look full screen. 

 

There is no way to stretch to screen or similar?

 

Also to use my tablet i have tried many options but not 100% happy with any because of the task bar showing which i cannot get rid of because I have other monitors and it seems the option is only to show on one or all.

 

Any ideas on how to best use my tablet be it wired or wireless for this is welcome. Or of anyone knows of a 10" or a bit smaller oled monitor (doubt that exists) that will be great.

 

Thanks

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