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On 4/2/2021 at 6:08 AM, SlapCat said:

Here's my simple, clean, minimalist 1920x480 sensor panel in vertical orientation... :D Still a room for improvement...

 

 

 

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Hey there. Nice work. Can you please share the file and the fonts? Thank you.

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Easter theme for my Sensor Panel. Bit bright, but so is Easter. The contrast is actually a lot better on the status monitor screen than my desktop browser, so your millage may vary.

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Also updated the RGB scheme of course. I couldn't post a video of the gradient shift unfortunately due to file size limits, but it's fading from pink>purple>blue>green>yellow. Blue is shown here.
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Im working on a proper Hud Style panel so Ive made some proper funky orange and blue Hud style gauges for my new panel project, they got green bands to go in and ive flipped for left and right, im well chuffed had to share someone will love em too

theres big blue outers gauges nice new needle centres gauges and green bars to add as seperate gauges that are sized to fit between they look awsome nothing like it here :D  so will be able to configure 3 sensors in one large gauge,  ive left space for seperate temp/util  sensors so can be added without overlapping to bad!!! 

 

added some smaller orange ring gauges ive made and are going to use and some inners without needles

 

 

 

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Thanks to slapCat for this perfect design , i decided to configure it to my own system and screen size  I made two styles  but i have a problem , how do you show memory temperature ? i have looked but for the life of me cant see it.20210405_140957.thumb.jpg.8efe261d62d0d8297bf80834727760c6.jpg

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Did some reading and understand its not common.  Your ram needs to support the feature for it to be sensored.   If so -enable 'DIMM thermal sensor support' n AIDA64 / main menu / File / Preferences / Stability. Restart after enabling.  Let us know if it works? 

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Built my first gaming PC the other weekend, discovered this awesome forum. Here is my first play around with a sensor panel design for a 600x1024 screen; it's a simple read out of CPU/GPU usage with Goku/Vegeta transforming into different Super Saiyan's :D

Designing this was fun (I was able to do it all in PPT as my Photoshop/GIMP skills suck right now). I may have to try a few different designs out over the coming weeks/months!

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1 minute ago, kingkuzza said:

Built my first gaming PC the other weekend, discovered this awesome forum. Here is my first play around with a sensor panel design for a 600x1024 screen; it's a simple read out of CPU/GPU usage with Goku/Vegeta transforming into different Super Saiyan's :D

Designing this was fun (I was able to do it all in PPT as my Photoshop/GIMP skills suck right now). I may have to try a few different designs out over the coming weeks/months!

DBZSensorPanelScreen.PNG

bitte in 1024 + 600 teilen

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