SpeedyV Posted November 15, 2021 Share Posted November 15, 2021 I am learning about how to build and use custom Sensor Panels in AIDA64. This may be a very basic question, but I don't understand the difference between a "Sensor Panel" and an "LCD" in the Preferences menu. I Googled some of the supported LCD's and think the difference is the LCD panels connect via USB only. They do not have a video input. Is this correct? I have 2 internal LCD screens in my latest build. One is an Ingcool 7" display that is 1080x600. The other is a FormulaMod clone of a Barrowch FBEHD-01 which is 1920x400. Both are video displays that require an HDMI video signal. I have built custom panel layouts in Aquasuite for both of these but want to try it in AIDA64. For the 1920x400 panel, I downloaded some sensor panel files that are 1920x400 from this forum and imported them into Sensor Panel. I can edit, resize, and move the sensor panel around OK. I can connect the display to my GPU via HDMI and position the Sensor Panel so it appears on this display. So far so good. When I click on Preferences - LCD I see a bunch of tabs appear for all the various LCD's that AIDA supports (so far). Neither of my LCD panels are listed. I suspect they are not listed because they are video displays and require an HDMI video signal to function, whereas the devices listed in the LCD tabs do not have a video input. The interface is USB. So if I want to have an LCD in AIDA, I need to use one of the listed devices or send a USB dump and request that support be added. If I get a supported LCD, can I have the Sensor Panel display on a display connected via HDMI while having a totally different USB based LCD with a completely different layout? Is this correct? Thanks! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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