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## double the Value

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Peter von Frosta
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Joined: December 10th, 2017, 12:09 pm

### double the Value

Hi there!

I´m facing a little noob Problem...

I read the Value of the GPU Memory Clock like this:

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``````[Detect_SGPU1MEMCLK] ; Get GPU Memory Clock
Measure=Registry
RegHKey=HKEY_CURRENT_USER
RegKey=Software\FinalWire\AIDA64\SensorValues
RegValue=Value.SGPU1MEMCLK``````
Result to the Skin:

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``````[GPUMemTakt2]
Meter=STRING
MeasureName=Detect_SGPU1MEMCLK
X=190
Y=155
FontColor=0,188,242
StringStyle=Normal
FontSize=9
StringAlign=LEFT
Text=%1
AutoScale=1
NumofDecimals=0
AntiAlias=1``````
My Probles is that I have to double the Value of "SGPU1MEMCLK".

How can I achive that?

balala
Rainmeter Sage
Posts: 9792
Joined: October 11th, 2010, 6:27 pm
Location: Gheorgheni, Romania

### Re: double the Value

Peter von Frosta wrote:My Probles is that I have to double the Value of "SGPU1MEMCLK".

How can I achive that?
You have to double the value of "SGPU1MEMCLK", or the value of "Detect_SGPU1MEMCLK"?
If you want to double the value of the Detect_SGPU1MEMCLK measure, you can do this though a simple Calc measure:

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``````[Detect_SGPU1MEMCLK_Double]
Measure=Calc
Formula=( 2 * Detect_SGPU1MEMCLK )``````
I don't have installed AIDA so I can't check, but if the above Formula doesn't work, try to replace it with Formula=( 2 * [color=#FF0000][[/color]Detect_SGPU1MEMCLK[color=#FF0000]][/color] ), which also requires to add a DynamicVariables=1 option to the measure.
Obviously to see the doubled value, you have to replace the name of the measure into the MeasureName option of the [GPUMemTakt2] meter: MeasureName=Detect_SGPU1MEMCLK_Double.

Tip: usually it's not a good idea to add the comments in the same line as the section name (or any option). Unlike the programming languages, Rainmeter (which is not a programming language) doesn't like this. Add the comment to the next line.
jsmorley
Developer
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Joined: April 19th, 2009, 11:02 pm
Location: Fort Hunt, Virginia, USA

### Re: double the Value

balala wrote: Tip: usually it's not a good idea to add the comments in the same line as the section name (or any option). Unlike the programming languages, Rainmeter (which is not a programming language) doesn't like this. Add the comment to the next line.
Right.

A ; character is recognized as commenting out a line when it is at the beginning of a line. When it is elsewhere, it is treated as any other character. This might mean it will be ignored when it is seen as an invalid part of an option value, or it might cause the option to fail. In no case is it a good idea to have inline comments in a Rainmeter skin.
Peter von Frosta
Posts: 7
Joined: December 10th, 2017, 12:09 pm

### Re: double the Value

Hey balala,

your solution works like a charm.

Thanks Mate

... and I willl take care of the inline-comments, also.

Cheers!
balala
Rainmeter Sage
Posts: 9792
Joined: October 11th, 2010, 6:27 pm
Location: Gheorgheni, Romania