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Everest Screens

jc634

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Everest Screens

The screens included in the zip file below are essentially duplicates of screens originally written for Speedfan, ATI Tray Tool, and others. These screens have been rewritten for use with data obtained from Everest.

I have written these screen files simply because it is much easier to load the text files and modify them for specific uses rather than trying to write them scratch in the GUI editor. So, without further ado...

Dual Core temperatures on a CFA-631:


Power supply fan RPM's on a CFA-631:


Voltages on a CFA-631:


More voltages on a CFA-631:


GPU clocks on a CFA-631:


GPU (showing DDR2 clocks) on a CFA-631:


GPU temperatures on a CFA-631:


More GPU temperatures on a CFA-631:


MB temperature on a CFA-631:


Dual Core temperatures on a CFA-632:


Power supply fan RPM's on a CFA-632:


Voltages on a CFA-632:


More voltages on a CFA-632:


GPU clocks on a CFA-632:


GPU (showing DDR2 clocks) on a CFA-632:


GPU temperatures on a CFA-632:


More GPU temperatures on a CFA-632:


MB temperature on a CFA-632:


Dual Core temperatures on a CFA-635:


Power supply fan RPM's on a CFA-635:


Voltages on a CFA-635:


GPU clocks on a CFA-635:


GPU (showing DDR2 clocks) on a CFA-635:


GPU temperatures on a CFA-635:


MB temperature on a CFA-635:


Details of animations:










Author: JC634

Screen zip file: Everest_Screens.zip

Install Instructions:

Copy the appropriate gif files to C:\gifs.

Copy the screens out of the zip into the: C:\Program Files\CrystalControl2\cc2-config\screens directory, add them to your module.

Included are 16x2, 20x2 and 20x4 screen files.

You will need to have Everest installed and running. Get it here: <A href="http://www.lavalys.com/" target=_blank>http://www.lavalys.com/. I honestly cannot remember, but you might have to have the registered version to be able to output Everest data to CC2. In order to set up Everest to do this, do the following:

File => Preferances.=> External Applications. Check the Box: "Enable writing sensor values to WMI". For convenience, I use the "Select All" option so that the values written to the WMI remain constant. Click on the OK button and you are ready to go.

Also, since different systems will most likely have different output data, you will probably have to change the Everest WMI values to match your system.

Development thread: N/A.
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