Cheap but good case mod

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At least I think it's a case mod, it's just a sensor panel but it's made my case look a lot nicer and the panel itself is actually useful. I'm quite happy with the results for the cost, don't need to bother with the Afterburner overlay any more when wanting to keep an eye on temperatures. I like that. Total cost 40 quid, 5 inch screen second hand off here for 23 quid, 7 quid for a micro USB to USB 2 header cable for power and a tenner for a thin HDMI cable.

Here's a quick demo, not great as filmed with my phone but you get the idea.

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I did something similar, pretty much the same parts and costs.
Looks good and i have found it pretty useful.
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I would like to do something like this, anyone know of a guide about how to set it up?
 
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Ladies and Gents, what software are you using may I ask? I have the same mod on mine and struggled to find anything that ran as neatly as yours do on the small screens. TIA
 
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Ladies and Gents, what software are you using may I ask? I have the same mod on mine and struggled to find anything that ran as neatly as yours do on the small screens. TIA
Think most use aida64, that's what Jay2Cents did on his video of this

 
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Ladies and Gents, what software are you using may I ask? I have the same mod on mine and struggled to find anything that ran as neatly as yours do on the small screens. TIA

I found this useful when I looked into it

people here share panels and can adjust to your spec or liking


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