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How do I - monitoring my system temps on an internal LCD screen?

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ElimGarak

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I'm planning on getting a Silverstone CW03 with an internal LCD screen, and I'd like to know how to get that screen to show relevant system info like coolant temp, fan speed, etc. , sort of like this pic.

Is that even possible? Any thoughts? Thank you in advance
 

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don256us

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Jul 17, 2003
Just to get things started, you want a small LCD that runs off USB power and gets signal from RCA or something. My usual site for information on this kind of thing is no longer in business but here is one to get you started.

http://www.monoprice.com/search/index?keyword=lcd&pg=6&itemsort=salepriceasc

This is probably much bigger than you were looking for. I've seen smaller ones like you show but I can't find one now.

For the data, there are many free programs out there that you can display on your new monitor. Speedfan is one such program.

I'll keep looking for a monitor that fits your needs but for now this is all I got.

Edit: This is more like I was thinking. http://www.amazon.com/ATian-3-5-Inch-Monitor-Automobile/dp/B0045IIZKU