Agreed. I have the same issues, 6 Noctua IPPC 3000s + a 1080 Ti that hits 80c under load = going deaf. I love how despite multiple requests for this limit to be removed they've ignored us.
We are looking into bringing back the quick controls to lighting and cooling on the dashboard. It’ll replace the HDD section. What do you guys think?
Quick controls on the dashboard would be really nice, as I honestly never found the HDD section useful (although if it showed read/write speeds and load that'd be a different story).
I’ve got an interesting little problem here: CAM fullscreen mode doesn’t work well on dual display setups when the displays are different aspect ratios/resolutions. Yes I do know about CAM fullscreen not being able to work with monitors that aren’t 1080p and over.
- When my primary display is set to its native 2560x1080 res and the secondary display is set to its non native (but same aspect ratio as native) 1920x1080, fullscreening the CAM window on my secondary display cuts off the minimize/fullscreen toggles and the exit button, as well as the motherboard tables on the right side of the UI, so I'm forced to close the application from the taskbar and I can only see part of the fullscreen UI.
- I did some experimenting (set my primary and secondary displays to the same resolution and aspect ratio, 1920x1080 16:9) and my suspicions were confirmed. CAM seems to determine the size of the fullscreen window and scale the UI size according to the primary display's aspect ratio and possibly resolution. Again, my 2560x1080 21:9 panel is my primary of the two. Setting the displays to use the resolutions mentioned in the 2nd paragraph (2560x1080 21:9, 1920x1080 16:9) results in the minimize/fullscreen toggles and exit button, as well as the motherboard tables being cut off in fullscreen mode because the secondary isn't as wide, same thing happens if aspect ratios are different. I can't tell if CAM scales the UI according to aspect ratio or resolution. Anyways, when I set both displays to the same resolution the UI scales properly, the minimize/fullscreen toggles, exit button, and motherboard tables aren't cut off on the secondary display, but that’s not a permanent solution because half my monitor is letterboxed. This is all kinda strange considering the old version of CAM formatted just fine when switching displays. So, yeah...
- I'd like to see this fixed. It's possible using the WM_DISPLAYCHANGE notification built into Windows, applications can detect orientation, aspect ratio, and resolution changes, which would be well used with CAM because elements could either get removed or added based on how much room there is, rather than being cut off which results in a bad look. Or, give us an option to format the fullscreen display to fit a selected monitor in the settings menu (so, for example, I select my 16:9 display, and the fullscreen display scales itself to fit that display’s aspect ratio/res, if I change to my 21:9 CAM does whatever it needs to do and formats the fullscreen display to fit that display).
1. Make CAM work properly on dual monitor setups with different aspect ratios/resolutions (the old version of CAM did this just fine, why remove something that works fine?) Backstory: I have two monitors for my setup, one 2560x1080 (primary) and one 1920x1080 I bought so I could put CAM fullscreen on it. Trouble is the fullscreen window formats itself to the aspect ratio/res of the primary display, which results in the three buttons in the top right corner of the window and the motherboard tables being cut off. CAM should: 1. Format itself to the resolution/aspect ratio of the monitor it’s currently being displayed on or 2. Allow us to select manually which monitor the fullscreen display should format itself to in the settings menu or something.
2. Allow us to specify which monitor we want fullscreen mode to start up on. Whenever I set CAM to autostart (not minimized) the fullscreen display opens on the primary display, even if it was closed on the secondary. Most applications, like Discord and Chrome, don’t do this.
3. Allow us to choose what elements we want to use in the fullscreen display and how big we’d like those elements (my secondary display is a 7in meant for use with a Rasberry Pi, it’d be nice to minimize clutter.