TjMax is the thermal throttling limit for the CPU, so the Thermal Limit throttling stat for the GPU be the equivalent, no? I don't know if it's substantially different but it sounds like that would be the best stat for "100%", or possibly set an override value the same way as the CPU 'Override TjMax' of 100°c? I might see if I can do this myself if I can figure out how to modify the GPU Temperature line but I don't think I have that knowledge/skill.SilverAzide wrote: ↑August 12th, 2023, 3:50 pm To show a GPU temp bar meter, I would need a temperature value that is a percentage of something. CPUs have a TjMax value that I can use as the maximum value and calculate the percentage, but I don't know if such a thing exists for GPUs. My nVidia card shows a "Thermal limit" sensor where throttling starts, but I don't think this is the same thing.
In any case, your observation about the inconsistent appearance is a valid one. I'll consider it if I can find a way to show temperature as a percentage. Thanks for the feedback!
In other news, I was able to add a line for temp to the CPU graph!
Documents\Rainmeter\Skins\Gadgets\All CPU Meter\CpuMain.inc
Search "--- Graph ---" and add to bottom of section:
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[MeasureCPUTemp] Measure=Registry RegHKey=HKEY_CURRENT_USER RegKey=SOFTWARE\HWiNFO64\VSB RegValue=ValueRaw#HWiNFO_CPU0_DTS_DistToTjMax# MinValue=(#TempInCelsius# ? 0 : 32) MaxValue=(#TempInCelsius# ? 105 : 220) Group=HWiNFO [MeterLineTemp] Meter=Line MeterStyle=StyleGraph MeasureName=MeasureCPUTemp LineColor=#PaletteColor16# Hidden=(#HideGraph# || #HideRamGraph#)
Is this something you might want to add to future releases? I can't be the only person that wants to see CPU temp on the graph too. It's janky but it probably wouldn't be hard to implement better.