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Don't have a G15 myself, but Riva has options for LCD output in the monitoring setup; also has plenty of monitoring options (all the ones you listed for example).

@Syrillian: Awesome CF mod, makes me want to get the dented box G15 on sale lately and send it to you (I'll just tell my wallet that I got it at full price ). Sadly, funds were diverted to waterblocks...
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I got HWmonitor pro monitoring temps on the G15 LCD, my question is how do you change the names of sensors on the LCD monitoring?

I changed the sensor names to their corresponding hardware being monitored (i.e. I changed TMPIN02's name to CPU since it's monitoring the CPU temps and so on) but the LCD monitor still showing TMPIN02 etc. etc.


And how do you edit which things to show on the LCD (I don't want the HDD/SSD temp sensors to be showing on my LCD monitor but instead I want to show the Fan speeds and voltages for CPU and GPU instead.)
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I COMMAND YOU TO RISE FROM THE DEAD, OLD THREAD!

MSI's latest Afterburner version has some built in info display that works perfectly.

The layout with the available font sizes however is a bit limited, and I would love to be able to customize the way it displays.

There is too much space between the name of the property and the colon, or the value and the colon, both really.

I just want to fit the "FPS" cause it looks bad like this, but I don't want to have to jump to a smaller font either... Ideally it would be nice to be able to remove a bit of space AND make the font a little bigger.


Edited by USlatin - 6/20/16 at 3:19pm
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