Is it possible to add coretemp in the riderunner?
In that case we can monitor the system while in RR, especially in this hot summer.
3. Sort of, you only need to have a skin that supports speedfan (like the iDrive skins /Blatant plug) or you can just add the labels to existing skins, have a read of skincommands.txt in the documents folder for all the labels available.
4. No need to embed anything, add your own .skin file if you want to an existing skin
After trying out the skin, there must be something wrong with my settings.
Could you kindly tell me what should I do with settings? Thanks in advance!
My configuration is Windows 7 32bit SP1, RR 06-01-2011.
Last edited by vinchan; 07-05-2011 at 06:39 AM.
I have moved these posts to a thread of it's own as they are not really related to the lastest release of RideRunner.
Thanks to the "deus ex machina", he has provided a convenient tool for people who uses Speedfan.
The file is named showSFdata.exe which helps you to find out the sensor numbers detected by Speedfan.
For instance SFVXX SFTXX and SFSFFXX.
You can find the tool at http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/atta...showsfdata.zip
The post is http://www.mp3car.com/road-runner/73...-speedfan.html
Thanks to deus ex machina
I use MBM5