I was recently brain storming on how to display sensor info from aida64 SSE. I wasn't a huge fan on having a secondary sensor display connected through HDMI, as windows does weird things when you have 'multiple' displays connected and even windows 11 doesn't fix it.
If this could be of any use to anyone else, please feel free to either create a PR or fork it and play around with it on your own.
Is it possible to use 2 (or more) LCDs display different data? Example: #1 for essential CPU etc while a #2 would have cooling info like fans, liquid temps etc. If so... what are some recommendations? Keep hearing Beada (which could work). Alternatively, is there a larger compatible LCD? Ideallly bar style but 17-18 wide.
TY in advance for any guidance!!
hi all, newbie here! this is my first post so i hope it has landed in the correct place.. be gentle!
i have installed the 'simple' version of a64, is it possible to run multiple instances of the sensor panel? i have the sensor panel running in a 5 inch screen located inside my case but have a room change planned which will put the case high on a shelf out of my eye sight so i would like a second display for stats placed under my main monitor. i plan to use a larger screen say a 10.1 'ultrawide (if thats the correct term) as i like the extra real-estate. what are my options?
on a similar topic, is it possible to create an 'unpublished' senor panel before removing the currently used panel? or would i have to save the current panel to file or something then start a new panel?
also can anyone point me to gauge resources, ie pre made gauges? or an easy to understand tutorial for how to diy them? total novice here, but can follow an idiots guide!
i have included the final evolution of my first attempt using the provided gauges etc, it took me ages to get rid of the green dials.. i finally gave up trying to figure it out in a64 so i just changed the hue on the 5inch monitor lol. really hoping to learn the skills to create something like i have seen on here.. some really nice work on the share your panel thread, some of those must have taken ages!!! impressive.
any advice greatly received, but remember your talking to an a64 absolute novice!!