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  • Profile: guardian (LCD2)
    Attachment(s) by docbrown79 » Fri Dec 03, 2021 9:20 am
    Guardians of Galaxy Profile

    Have fun ;-)
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    Fri Dec 03, 2021 9:20 am
  • Profile: davy dedead watercooling mod (LCD2)
    Attachment(s) by davy-dee » Fri Oct 15, 2021 8:27 pm
    Based on dedead's excellent watercooling display (thanks for the great baseline @dedead!)
    Modded schematic involving 2 radiators.
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    Tue Nov 02, 2021 3:16 pm
  • Profile: gen01 v2 (LCD2)
    Attachment(s) by Apex » Wed Oct 27, 2021 9:24 am
    This is an updated version of gen01 created by Genesis2812. I changed the dimensions to make better use of the available space and updated the colour to better suit my system.
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    Wed Oct 27, 2021 9:24 am
  • Profile: main -2 (LCD2)
    Attachment(s) by Mage_Mors » Sun May 19, 2019 9:22 pm
    Minimal first pass
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    Fri Oct 22, 2021 11:50 am
  • Profile: davy simple design mod (LCD2)
    Attachment(s) by davy-dee » Fri Oct 15, 2021 8:30 pm
    Based on jt7005's excellent simple design (thanks for the great baseline @jt7005!)
    Modded for a few additional pieces of information.
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    Fri Oct 15, 2021 8:30 pm
  • Profile: Simple Design
    Attachment(s) by jt7005 » Fri Jul 31, 2020 4:03 am
    A simple design that covers the basics. Hope you like it
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    Thu Oct 14, 2021 6:57 pm
  • Profile: watercooling_schematic (LCD2)
    Attachment(s) by dedead » Tue Feb 16, 2021 12:22 am
    My first profile !
    Use Open Hardware Monitor for sensors and visual script to calculcate space disk with hard encode of the value of SSD.
    Maybe some accuracy on colors needed...
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    Thu Oct 14, 2021 6:53 pm
  • Profile: Universal-Stat for any configuration (LCD2)
    Attachment(s) by ExileTM » Wed Oct 06, 2021 7:34 am
    [img:15mtwgb5]https://i.ibb.co/XjVjX3B/Title.png[/img:15mtwgb5]

    [img:15mtwgb5]https://i.ibb.co/txyYfKR/lcd35.png[/img:15mtwgb5]

    [color=#40BFFF:15mtwgb5][size=150:15mtwgb5][b:15mtwgb5][u:15mtwgb5]INTRODUCTION:[/u:15mtwgb5][/b:15mtwgb5][/size:15mtwgb5][/color:15mtwgb5]
    Welcome!
    Universal-Stat ™ is a one-of-a-kind profile as it fits all PC configurations, for example it can fit an Intel/nVidia, Ryzen/nVidia, Intel/Radeon building PC and any of your other configurations.
    It can also be customized to fit any component you have installed. It supports all CPUs (AMD and Intel) and all graphics cards (nVidia and Radeon).

    [color=#40BFFF:15mtwgb5][size=150:15mtwgb5][b:15mtwgb5][u:15mtwgb5]MAIN FUNCTIONS:[/u:15mtwgb5][/b:15mtwgb5][/size:15mtwgb5][/color:15mtwgb5]
    - CPU temperature with 3-stage adaptive icon (Low, Middle, High)
    - GPU temperature with 3-stage adaptive icon (Low, Middle, High)
    - CPU and GPU fan speeds
    - Core GPU updated in real time (based on usage)
    - CPU core update in real time (based on usage)
    - Temperature and Space occupied by the Hard Disks (Where applicable)
    - FPS in real time (required RivaTuner)
    - Current screen resolution
    - Current refresh rate your Monitor
    - DirectX (or OpenGL ora Vulkan) version in foreground applications (required RivaTuner)
    - Illuminated LED of the Hard Disk that simulates the operation between reading and writing (Idle, Write and Read)
    - Plot Graphic which reports the operation of the CPU and GPU
    - Date and Time
    - Various network information
    - Various information on RAM

    [quote:15mtwgb5]
    [color=#40BFFF:15mtwgb5][size=150:15mtwgb5][b:15mtwgb5][u:15mtwgb5]CHANGELOG:[/u:15mtwgb5][/b:15mtwgb5][/size:15mtwgb5][/color:15mtwgb5]
    v1.0 [06-10-2021]
    - Initial release

    v1.1 [07-10-2021]
    - Fixed an issue where the top bar of the nVidia frame had the part reserved for the name moved more to the right than the others
    - Fixed other minor graphics bugs
    [img:15mtwgb5]https://i.ibb.co/GsLX7d8/Intel-Nvidia.png[/img:15mtwgb5] -------> [img:15mtwgb5]https://i.ibb.co/p1dsmpR/Intel-Nvidia-preview.png[/img:15mtwgb5]

    v1.2 [08-10-2021]
    - In the performance chart (CPU & GPU), the grid with cleats and scale from 0 to 100 has been inserted.
    [i:15mtwgb5]Follow the guide in the second post for installation and an optimal result![/i:15mtwgb5]
    [img:15mtwgb5]https://i.ibb.co/d4BtCJV/Edit.png[/img:15mtwgb5]
    [/quote:15mtwgb5]

    [color=#40BFFF:15mtwgb5][size=150:15mtwgb5][b:15mtwgb5][u:15mtwgb5]INSTALLATION GUIDE:[/u:15mtwgb5][/b:15mtwgb5][/size:15mtwgb5][/color:15mtwgb5]
    - [b:15mtwgb5]Before taking action, read and understand all the instructions, then go back to the beginning and get started.[/b:15mtwgb5]
    - Download (from the bottom of the post) the "[i:15mtwgb5][b:15mtwgb5]universalstat.gov[/b:15mtwgb5][/i:15mtwgb5]" profile and save it on your computer in a location of your choice
    - Once downloaded, open it with a double click, then the GOverlay software will open with a window where it will ask you to enter a name if necessary to be able to import it.
    - Click on OK, in order to add it to the list of profiles already present.
    - Now, before continuing in the GOverlay software, go back to this post and download the package of additional resources named [b:15mtwgb5][i:15mtwgb5]Download resource pack[/i:15mtwgb5][/b:15mtwgb5] (link at the bottom of the post).
    - The Mega.nz window will open, with all the necessary resources.
    - At the top right click on "[i:15mtwgb5]Download as zip[/i:15mtwgb5]", wait for the download and then save it preferably in the same place where you saved the previously downloaded profile (only for a matter of organization).
    - Unzip the zip file
    - Well, now you have everything you need to finish the installation
    - Now go back to the GOverlay software
    - Go to the LCDSysInfo 3.5" section and then select the "[b:15mtwgb5]Upload[/b:15mtwgb5]" tab
    - Now in the right part "[i:15mtwgb5]To Upload[/i:15mtwgb5]", click on the "[b:15mtwgb5]Select files to upload[/b:15mtwgb5]" button
    - Go to the path where you saved and unpacked the previously downloaded zip file
    - Open the folder containing the additional material and according to your configuration, select the exact background and click on "[b:15mtwgb5]Open[/b:15mtwgb5]" or "[b:15mtwgb5]OK[/b:15mtwgb5]" (note the name of the file)
    - The file will be added to the "[i:15mtwgb5]To Upload[/i:15mtwgb5]" table
    - Always using the "[b:15mtwgb5]Select files to upload[/b:15mtwgb5]" button, select and access any other resources (such as the image for temperature monitoring and hard disk)
    - Once the list in the table looks correct, you need to load it into the device
    - Click on the "[b:15mtwgb5]Upload list to the device[/b:15mtwgb5]" button and wait until completion
    - Now from the profile list select the profile "[i:15mtwgb5][b:15mtwgb5]universalstat[/b:15mtwgb5][/i:15mtwgb5]" (or the name you gave it to the profile at the beginning)
    - At the bottom right check that Background color is set to Black (38592)
    - A little further down under "[i:15mtwgb5]Background Image[/i:15mtwgb5]", select the background you have just loaded from the list
    - Click on "[b:15mtwgb5]Save and Apply[/b:15mtwgb5]" and you are done.


    [color=#40BFFF:15mtwgb5][size=150:15mtwgb5][b:15mtwgb5][u:15mtwgb5]INSTALLATION TIPS:[/u:15mtwgb5][/b:15mtwgb5][/size:15mtwgb5][/color:15mtwgb5]
    To make the most of GOverlay's potential, it is recommended to install the [b:15mtwgb5][u:15mtwgb5][color=#FF4000:15mtwgb5]latest version[/color:15mtwgb5][/u:15mtwgb5][/b:15mtwgb5] of [url=https://aida64.it/prodotti/aida64-extreme:15mtwgb5]Aida64[/url:15mtwgb5] and [url=https://openhardwaremonitor.org/downloads/:15mtwgb5]Open HM[/url:15mtwgb5] on your computer.
    To work at its best and have no Layout problems, you need to download the basic images separately and load them through the Goverlay software inside your device.
    Subsequently it will be necessary to select the exact background of profile if necessary.
    Also remember to change the words "NAME MY CPU (and GPU)" with the names of your components (or whatever you want).
    You can color the text according to the applied background (having the same color of the frame and the text), for a guide on how to do this check the forum!
    I also recommend using the device's default fonts, in this case "Arial".
    Once the profile is applied review the various sensors that may be different from my motherboard and adjust them according to your needs.
    In the Goverlay program settings, select an update time of not less than one second, to avoid artifacts in the management of numbers and graphics.
    To simplify installation, I report the decimal color codes to be used in the same color as the background (same color for the frame and name of your device) for the current configurations available (see above):
    [list:15mtwgb5]AMD-nVidia = 54048-36544
    Intel-nVidia = 1247-36544
    AMD-Radeon = 54048-53445
    Intel-Radeon = 1247-53445[/list:u:15mtwgb5]
    [color=#FF4040:15mtwgb5][b:15mtwgb5]IMPORTANT: For any updates, it is not necessary to download the profile again, but only the pack of resources present in the "Download"[/b:15mtwgb5][/color:15mtwgb5]

    [color=#40BFFF:15mtwgb5][size=150:15mtwgb5][b:15mtwgb5][u:15mtwgb5]ADDITIONAL NOTES:[/u:15mtwgb5][/b:15mtwgb5][/size:15mtwgb5][/color:15mtwgb5]
    [u:15mtwgb5]I remember that this profile was designed for the 3.5" LCDSysInfo device, more commonly known as LCD2[/u:15mtwgb5]

    [color=#40BFFF:15mtwgb5][size=150:15mtwgb5][b:15mtwgb5][u:15mtwgb5]GALLERY:[/u:15mtwgb5][/b:15mtwgb5][/size:15mtwgb5][/color:15mtwgb5]
    Here is a practical example:
    [img:15mtwgb5]https://i.ibb.co/pdmL3RF/20211006-104642.jpg[/img:15mtwgb5]

    [quote:15mtwgb5][color=#00BF00:15mtwgb5][b:15mtwgb5]Currently the possible configurations are (The images are for illustrative purposes only. They do not necessarily represent the current look of the backgrounds.):
    [list:15mtwgb5]AMD-nVidia________________ Intel-nVidia
    [img:15mtwgb5]https://i.ibb.co/7WmKMQ8/AMDl-Nvidia.png[/img:15mtwgb5] [img:15mtwgb5]https://i.ibb.co/GsLX7d8/Intel-Nvidia.png[/img:15mtwgb5]

    AMD-Radeon_______________ Intel-Radeon
    [img:15mtwgb5]https://i.ibb.co/3vyFWW0/AMD-Radeon.png[/img:15mtwgb5] [img:15mtwgb5]https://i.ibb.co/GQFN7d4/Intel-Radeon.png[/img:15mtwgb5][/list:u:15mtwgb5]

    For any specific requests, you can ask here.[/b:15mtwgb5][/color:15mtwgb5][/quote:15mtwgb5]

    [color=#40BFFF:15mtwgb5][size=150:15mtwgb5][b:15mtwgb5][u:15mtwgb5]CREDIT:[/u:15mtwgb5][/b:15mtwgb5][/size:15mtwgb5][/color:15mtwgb5]
    I thank [url=https://www.goverlay.com/forum/memberlist.php?mode=viewprofile&u=1426:15mtwgb5]Sub200[/url:15mtwgb5] for the original idea from which this project
    I thank [url=https://www.goverlay.com/forum/memberlist.php?mode=viewprofile&u=414:15mtwgb5]DooMknight87[/url:15mtwgb5] for the idea of the hard drive activity LED

    [color=#40BFFF:15mtwgb5][size=150:15mtwgb5][b:15mtwgb5][u:15mtwgb5]CONCLUSIONS:[/u:15mtwgb5][/b:15mtwgb5][/size:15mtwgb5][/color:15mtwgb5]
    [b:15mtwgb5][i:15mtwgb5][color=#FF4040:15mtwgb5]For information, help, missing links, general support, or to simply leave a review, please reply to the topic.
    Every now and then if you have nothing to do, come by ... you may find interesting updates and bug fixes.[/color:15mtwgb5][/i:15mtwgb5][/b:15mtwgb5]

    [color=#40BFFF:15mtwgb5][size=150:15mtwgb5][b:15mtwgb5][u:15mtwgb5]DOWNLOADS ▼:[/u:15mtwgb5][/b:15mtwgb5][/size:15mtwgb5][/color:15mtwgb5]
    In this link you will find all the material to load into your device, including the various backgrounds for the various configurations, the temperature sensors and the activity of the Hard Disks and possibly more ...
    Please Note: The images in the link may be subject to updates and changes!
    [url=https://mega.nz/folder/jk4EgYpI#9FLrqspGFqm0ENX83Npvsg:15mtwgb5]Download resource pack[/url:15mtwgb5]
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    Mon Oct 11, 2021 2:21 pm
  • Profile: ExileTM (LCD2)
    Attachment(s) by ExileTM » Sun Oct 03, 2021 2:15 pm
    [size=200:10piqwhk][color=orange:10piqwhk][b:10piqwhk][i:10piqwhk]ExileTM[/i:10piqwhk][/b:10piqwhk][/color:10piqwhk][/size:10piqwhk]

    Welcome, this is my first profile. This profile is based on Intel CPU i5 9600K and nVidia RTX 2060 graphics card, if you want to use it you can freely modify the background image, perhaps to remove my Nickname (I will leave the background attached via link).

    [u:10piqwhk][b:10piqwhk]MAIN FUNCTIONS[/b:10piqwhk][/u:10piqwhk]:
    - CPU temperature with 3-stage adaptive icon (Low, Middle, High)
    - GPU temperature with 3-stage adaptive icon (Low, Middle, High)
    - CPU and GPU fan speeds
    - Core GPU updated in real time (based on usage)
    - Current CPU core
    - Temperature and remaining life of the M2 SSD (Where applicable)
    - FPS in real time
    - Current screen resolution
    - DirectX (or OpenGL) version in foreground applications
    - Icon adaptive to hard disk activity (Idle, Write and Read)
    - Bar graphs to visualize the use of components in real time

    [quote:10piqwhk]Changelog v1:
    -Initial release

    v1.1
    -Fixed an issue that prevented the CPU speed from updating correctly[/quote:10piqwhk]

    :!: [color=red:10piqwhk]To work at its best and have no Layout problems, you need to download the basic images separately and load them through the Goverlay software inside your device. Subsequently it will be necessary to select the background of the ExileTM profile if necessary.
    I also recommend using the device's default fonts, in this case "Arial".
    Once the profile is applied review the various sensors that may be different from my motherboard and adjust them according to your needs.
    In the Goverlay program settings, select an update time of not less than one second, to avoid artifacts in the management of numbers and graphics.[/color:10piqwhk]
    [u:10piqwhk]I remember that this profile was designed for the 3.5" LCDSysInfo device, more commonly known as LCD2[/u:10piqwhk]

    In this link you will find all the material to load into your device, including the background, the temperature sensors and the activity of the Hard Disks:
    https://mega.nz/folder/mwB0mRoB#N7w5HShp2_VzTTYLUGxD5w

    [b:10piqwhk][i:10piqwhk][color=#FF4040:10piqwhk]For information, help, missing links and general support, please reply to the topic[/color:10piqwhk][/i:10piqwhk][/b:10piqwhk]
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    Sun Oct 03, 2021 4:31 pm
  • Profile: main2 (LCD2)
    Attachment(s) by Mage_Mors » Sun May 19, 2019 9:24 pm
    first pass .. I am changing some of the images now but this is a start.
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    Last post by Apex View the latest post
    Sat Oct 02, 2021 2:41 pm
  • Profile: My System
    Attachment(s) by hockeymaster14 » Tue Sep 14, 2021 6:01 am
    All i want to be informed.
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    Tue Sep 14, 2021 6:01 am
  • Profile: Profile skynet_final (LCD2)
    Attachment(s) by mano1989 » Sun Sep 05, 2021 7:11 am
    Skynet
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    Sun Sep 05, 2021 7:11 am
  • Profile: Asus ROG Dials with FPS for Nvidia 3090
    Attachment(s) by shenronzero » Wed Aug 25, 2021 1:31 pm
    Modified Asus Dials design, based off the dials Profile created by Mage_Mors with added ROG font, FPS counter, FPS graph and 3090 design
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    Wed Aug 25, 2021 1:31 pm
  • Profile: Asus ROG and Intel i9 Dials Profile
    Attachment(s) by shenronzero » Wed Aug 25, 2021 1:28 pm
    Modified Asus Dials design, based off the dials Profile created by Mage_Mors with added ROG font
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    Wed Aug 25, 2021 1:28 pm
  • Profile: m0x23
    Attachment(s) by junkcoder » Thu Aug 19, 2021 9:57 am
    Easy to use profile for LCD 3,5"
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    Thu Aug 19, 2021 9:57 am
  • Profile: steampunk (LCD2)
    Attachment(s) by dedead » Sat Aug 14, 2021 3:21 pm
    Second shared profile.
    Steampunk idea....could be improved.

    HD1 and HD 2 formula have to b e modified if needed
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    Sat Aug 14, 2021 3:22 pm
  • Profile: Ryzen 3900X and RTX 2080 Super
    1, 2Attachment(s) by vinsgosselin » Thu Jun 25, 2020 7:32 pm
    Here is a profile I made for my new computer.
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    Wed Aug 04, 2021 8:26 pm
  • Profile: simpleblack RyzenMSINvidia (LCD2)
    Attachment(s) by GERLion76 » Sun Aug 01, 2021 5:40 pm
    Simple Black and White Profile for 3.5" Goverlay.
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    Sun Aug 01, 2021 5:40 pm
  • Profile: Republic of Drivers 3.0 (LCD2)
    Attachment(s) by DooMknight87 » Fri May 21, 2021 3:19 pm
    Here is the new version of the Republic of Drivers profile for GOverlay!

    [img:10a72ik9]https://i.ibb.co/0cHZJP3/framed30.png[/img:10a72ik9]

    This time I made a visual overhaul, improving rough aspects of the previous versions and adding more sensors and info, always trying to maintain the maximum possible clarity.

    [url=https://youtu.be/j9n-rBpEoV0:10a72ik9][img:10a72ik9]https://i.ibb.co/CMQzWSY/Captura-de-pantalla-2021-05-22-030955.png[/img:10a72ik9][/url:10a72ik9]

    You can also add elements from the previous profiles:
    [list:10a72ik9][*:10a72ik9]If you have sensors or icons customised from a previous version of a Republic of Drivers profile, you can use them in v3.0
    You just have to copy the element(s) from the old profile to the new one in the editor, and you will have your sensor working in the new profile![/*:m:10a72ik9]
    [*:10a72ik9]If is the first time that you download any version of this profile, I've uploaded an extra image pack that includes elements such as new labels, alternative icons such as the fan icon, alternative backgrounds (including those from previous versions), etc. You can upload them to the screen in the upload section.[/*:m:10a72ik9][/list:u:10a72ik9]

    [quote:10a72ik9][b:10a72ik9]Important changes in 3.0 version[/b:10a72ik9]
    [list:10a72ik9][*:10a72ik9]New background image:
    Hardware usage labels have been replaced by icons.
    The bottom red bars have been stylized, they now have a gradient effect. Now the two bars come from the background.[/*:m:10a72ik9]
    [*:10a72ik9]Date has been moved to the upper right corner with the same font as clock.[/*:m:10a72ik9]
    [*:10a72ik9]Added new icons to all main sections:
    [img:10a72ik9]https://i.ibb.co/hB3yVgp/icon-anim.gif[/img:10a72ik9]
    [img:10a72ik9]https://i.ibb.co/Hn8tJq9/rpd-poweron7x16.png[/img:10a72ik9] [img:10a72ik9]https://i.ibb.co/tMQLYvw/rpd-powerfull7x16.png[/img:10a72ik9] Lightning icon with dynamic color (no visible, white or red) to indicate the use (low, normal, high), or the voltage in case of having a sensor for it.
    [img:10a72ik9]https://i.ibb.co/mGtK6Sm/rpd-warningon.png[/img:10a72ik9] Warning icon with dynamic color (no visible or red) to indicate excessive temperature (user can change threshold in both cases).
    On mem section, the warning icon by default shows when memory usage is near 100% (+90%), but if you have a mem temp sensor you can assign to it.[/*:m:10a72ik9]
    [*:10a72ik9]Removed the needles:
    This version is based on the Digital Edition, the needles version is now an alternative profile, if I see someone requesting it I will made one.[/*:m:10a72ik9]
    [*:10a72ik9]Bigger plot graphics[/*:m:10a72ik9]
    [*:10a72ik9]Changed use mem plot to mem speed in mhz.[/*:m:10a72ik9]
    [*:10a72ik9]Added use percentage in CPU and GPU, to offer more accurate data.[/*:m:10a72ik9]
    [*:10a72ik9]Smallest disk indicators to span up to 4 drives.[/*:m:10a72ik9]
    [*:10a72ik9]New dynamic upload / download speed meters, now toggle between kbps (when 1MB) based on speed.[/*:m:10a72ik9]
    [*:10a72ik9]Added volume percentage next to its icon.[/*:m:10a72ik9]
    [*:10a72ik9]Added outside temperature sensor (room).[/*:m:10a72ik9]
    [*:10a72ik9]Remade drawing order of the elements.[/*:m:10a72ik9]
    [*:10a72ik9]All elements now uses the same font.[/*:m:10a72ik9]
    [*:10a72ik9]Added masterrace icon ;) (optional)[/*:m:10a72ik9]
    [*:10a72ik9]Better layout:
    Now it's easier to make changes to the elements or put and remove the ones you want
    [img:10a72ik9]https://i.ibb.co/Kz8FdSk/30-layout.png[/img:10a72ik9][/*:m:10a72ik9][/list:u:10a72ik9][/quote:10a72ik9]

    [quote:10a72ik9]Here is the a compressed file with a handful of images to add or change, such as text images (ghz, mb, kb...), farenheit icons or disks images for different types with 32px and 40px sizes and many more... [b:10a72ik9]**UPDATED TO 3.0**[/b:10a72ik9]
    [img:10a72ik9]https://i.ibb.co/DQcVwp6/imagepack.png[/img:10a72ik9]
    [url=https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IG-vhao0ni4kdOyFE361U-pqqE9Wxum_/view?usp=sharing:10a72ik9]Download extra images pack[/url:10a72ik9][/quote:10a72ik9]

    The profile consists of 4 sections:
    [quote:10a72ik9][list=1:10a72ik9][*:10a72ik9][b:10a72ik9]CPU section[/b:10a72ik9]
    [img:10a72ik9]https://i.ibb.co/8KdrzRB/cpu.png[/img:10a72ik9]
    Here is the plot graphic and the animated Lightning, caution and gauge images with the CPU utilization sensor.
    In addition to the temperature, use % and speed in mhz and clock in the upper corner.
    [/*:m:10a72ik9]
    [*:10a72ik9][b:10a72ik9]GPU section[/b:10a72ik9]
    [img:10a72ik9]https://i.ibb.co/J5r1MXW/gpu.png[/img:10a72ik9]
    It is the central section and shows the same as in the CPU section but with the values relative to the graphics card. Below I have subtly added a video memory bar in the red bar separator.
    [/*:m:10a72ik9]
    [*:10a72ik9][b:10a72ik9]Memory section[/b:10a72ik9]
    [img:10a72ik9]https://i.ibb.co/LnMmC2g/mem.png[/img:10a72ik9]
    This section shows the amount of used/free memory, percentage of use, with a value that turns red if it exceeds 85%, mem clock and an animated gauge images with the same sensor.
    [/*:m:10a72ik9]
    [*:10a72ik9][b:10a72ik9]Miscellaneous section[/b:10a72ik9]
    [img:10a72ik9]https://i.ibb.co/NFH4kPc/misc.png[/img:10a72ik9]
    In the new default layout there are two rows:
    [list=A:10a72ik9][*:10a72ik9]One with the information of the hard drives, the drives icons are still animated (like in 1.2), showing the status through colors (idle black, reading white, writing orange) and the letter.[/*:m:10a72ik9]
    [*:10a72ik9]At last I've placed information related to the network, with the animated upload/download icon, the kbps/mbps counter for both, internal IP and ping with animated network quality icon.
    Finally I put dynamic volume icon, porcentage and outside temp sensor with also a dynamic icon[/*:m:10a72ik9][/list:o:10a72ik9][/*:m:10a72ik9][/list:o:10a72ik9]

    As already commented before, these sections are completely customizable, being able to change all the elements, allcan be moved, removed or changed at will of the user, using the images of the extra image pack or new from scratch. Soon I will upload some examples of alternative layouts.[/quote:10a72ik9]

    Finally, I hope you enjoy the profile and try to customize it yourself. You can show here your personal mod so that other users can see and replicate it!

    [i:10a72ik9]You are free to copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format; and remix, transform, and build upon the material. If you do so, you must give appropriate credit.
    ASUS ROG logo are property of their respective owners.[/i:10a72ik9]
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  • Profile: polytrox_ryzen7_vega64nitro_new
    Attachment(s) by PolytroX » Fri Apr 02, 2021 12:34 pm
    Ryzen 7 3200X Sapphire Vega 64 Nitro + 32GB Ram Board: ASRock X470 Taichi Ultimate
    Thanks to sub200 for the inital design.
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  • Profile: nr5 (LCD2)
    Attachment(s) by billiboi » Sat Jun 19, 2021 2:27 am
    test
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  • Profile: polytrox_ryzen7_vega64nitro_lcd3 (LCD2)
    Attachment(s) by PolytroX » Sun Jun 13, 2021 11:45 am
    Ryzen 7 2700X mit Sapphire Vega 64 Nitro+

    - now with FPS
    - CPU bar revised

    Thanks to sub200 for the inital design.
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  • Profile: white and clear (reworked by Feuerreiter) (LCD2)
    Attachment(s) by Feuerreiter » Sat Jun 05, 2021 4:46 pm
    I've reworked the "white and clear" profile by Idel-Germany. I've removed a few sensors and added a calendar in the top right corner (DD.MM.YYYY). If you want to have a normal calendar simply change the multiple sensors for one big date sensor. Overall I alligned the text and pictures and simplified the network section. Please check out Idel-Germany's original profile.
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  • Profile: ROG - Republic of Gamers
    Attachment(s) by NeshArmyTV » Fri Jun 04, 2021 1:26 am
    CPU Usage, Temperature, Clockspeed
    RAM Usage, Temperature (System), Clockspeed
    Graphiccard Usage, Temperature (Hotspot), FPS

    Only available with HWInfo.
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  • Profile: ryzen-2 (LCD2)
    Attachment(s) by NeshArmyTV » Tue May 11, 2021 1:47 pm
    Ryzen
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