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Feature request: view multiple of current/min/max/avg on sensor page


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I often find I run 2 copies of GPU-Z - one to view the current stats, one to view the highest (or lowest) during a test.

Maybe it's an idea to enhance the sensor page so that instead of viewing one of these, the user can choose any combination, and they're displayed side by side?

(On reflection, perhaps transpose so the labels run along the top - that way multiple info for each can run down the display and won't need extra screen width. Better fit with current layout/size?)

I'm pretty sure that the kind of user benchmarking and validating with GPU-Z won't get confused by having 2 stats side by side if it's useful to them, and the default would of course still be just to see the one set of data selected so it doesn't break visual expectations for existing users. But it would definitely help those of us looking for the full data.
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Now that there is a separate Settings screen, GPU-Z can get "creative" with new settings/options, like the suggestion above. :)