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ForceX System Monitor v3.0.6(Feb-20-2013)

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ForceX
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Re: ForceX System Monitor v2.2.0(Mar-20-2011)

Post by ForceX »

Sorry for the long absence and thank you to all of those that have been giving support to others. The number of downloads and number of people that are actively using the skin has blown me away! Even though I may no longer be actively updating or supporting the skin, it is you guys here on the forum that keep it alive. Please feel free to modify and make available your versions of the skin. All I ask is that you keep the name associated with the skin.

Thank you
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Re: ForceX System Monitor v2.2.0(Mar-20-2011)

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Updated first post with better instructions for creating a transparent skin while keeping the border lines.
madLyfe
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Re: ForceX System Monitor v2.2.0(Mar-20-2011)

Post by madLyfe »

i was wondering how i can get the temps for my 2 gpus and my cpu to show up.. they are just sitting at 0 right now.

thanks

edit: oh is the temps thing only apart of the fan speed application that you need to install?
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Re: ForceX System Monitor v2.2.0(Mar-20-2011)

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Anyone know why this is showing connections as 0 all this time even than it is on?

Cheers
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Re: ForceX System Monitor v3.0.0(Feb-18-2013)

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@VKJSM27 : Yes it is because the skin is not detecting your version of windows. What version are you running and I can make sure it is included in the lookup table?
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Re: ForceX System Monitor v3.0.0(Feb-18-2013)

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Update 3.0.0

New Features
1. Modular components - Pick and choose the components you want and the order you want them to be. :)
2. Support for transparency out of the box. The default setting is transparent with priority for viewing the skin. This was the #1 most requested feature!! Its here YAY!! :rofl:
3. Assign unique colors to most major elements of the skin in the FXSM_V3_Settings.ini file.
4. Assign a distance that the skins will snap / dock to each other in the FXSM_V3_Settings.ini "Padding"
5. Assign a distance for inner component module separation in the FXSM_V3_Settings.ini "Padding1"

Changes
1. Added Windows 8 Pro to the automatic OS detection. (Need the correct names for other Windows 8 versions)
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tru
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Re: ForceX System Monitor v3.0.0(Feb-18-2013)

Post by tru »

Looks awesome Force, one small request...is there anyway we could get an option to set speedfan in Fahrenheit as well ?

Either way it's still looks Fabulous :thumbup:
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ForceX
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Re: ForceX System Monitor v3.0.0(Feb-18-2013)

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@tru : I'll get it in for the next update. Later on tonight or tomorrow.
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Re: ForceX System Monitor v3.0.0(Feb-18-2013)

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Update 3.0.1

New Features
1. Added fahrenheit as a temperature selection option

Notes:
I was looking at the docs and I noticed that the SpeedFan Plugin supports fan speeds. This is something I will be looking at for the next update.
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Re: ForceX System Monitor v3.0.2(Feb-18-2013)

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Update 3.0.2
New Features
1. Added a fan RPM monitor for CPU & 2 AUX fans.

You will need to assign your fans SpeedFan ID to the FXSM_V3_Settings.ini just like with the temperature ID's.

Look for these values and modify them to match your SpeedFan.

;SpeedFan CPU Number Fan
SFfCPU=1

;SpeedFan Aux 1 Number Fan
SFfAUX1=2

;SpeedFan Aux 2 Number Fan
SFfAUX2=3