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Custom Sensor Panel

A custom Aida64 Sensor Panel to help you monitor some essential system resources in your computer.

In order to use the sensor panel you will need to download and install the latest version of Aida64 Extreme Edition from FinalWire at -

It is a great program that provides a multitude of useful diagnostic and benchmarking tools and is a must have if you want to monitor and test every aspect of your computer for system stability.

FinalWire provides a free 30 day trial so you can see the program in action and the support staff on the website are very helpful.

After you have installed the program from FinalWire you can then install my custom sensor panel simply by downloading and extracting the ZIP archive from this page to your C:/Program Files (x86)/FinalWire/ folder.

Each section of the sensor panel is divided into the system resource types it monitors.

The sections include - CPU, Cores, HDD Drive 1, HDD Drive 2, HDD Drive 3, GPU, Ram and Power.

The CPU section shows your system temperature in gauge graphic format and fan utilization in gauge graphic format as well as the numerical CPU temperature and speed in MHz.
The Cores section shows each CPU core temperature in gauge graphic format as well as numerical temperature format.
The Hard Disk Drive sections show your disk drives temperatures in gauge graphic and numerical formats as well as how many GB each drive has used in both a numerical and a graphic bar format with space for the drives names and drive letters available at the base.
The GPU section shows your GPU temperature and fan utilization in gauge graphic formats as well as the numerical temperature and GPU speed in MHz.
The Ram section shows both your GPU and CPU ram usage in a numerical as well as a gauge graphic formats along with the total ram percentages used.
The last Power section shows your CPU power draw in numerical and gauge graphic formats with the CPU Vcore shown as a small orange side bar graphic and your GPU TDP percentage usage shown in numerical format.




System Idle Example

System Load Example

Desktop Example