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Help Please. GPU-Z and LCDSirReal Multi GPU - How to implement this

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Hi,

Sorry to revive an old thread, but I am currently trying to implement this. I have dual ati radeon 6970m cards and want to display temps and information from each gpu separately using lcdSirReal on my logitech g13.

First, I was wondering if the newest version of GPU-Z supports the command line option mentioned in this thread.

http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/gpu-z-and-lcdsirreal-multi-gpu.138555/

If I read this correctly I believe:
The first instance of gpuz would be gpuz.exe -minimize -card 1 (which selects the first card, or do I need to specify that somewhere in the program?)
The second instance would be gpuz.exe -minimize -card 2 (which selects the second card, or do I need to specify that somewhere in the program?)

Next I was wondering what to input into the lcdsirreal.txt file to specify to read from gpuz.exe card 1 instance and gpuz.exe card 2 instance. Here is what it looks like:

##############################################################################
# slot_0
# slot_1
# slot_2
# slot_3
#
# Select what modules should be shown in which slot. You can list more than
# one module per slot, and the first one that has data to display will
# be shown. To see any others, hold down CTRL while clicking the slot button
# to cycle the selected module.
#
# You can show the same module in several slots at the same time. They will
# behave as expected; for example, the NET module could show IN data in one
# slot and OUT data in another, and TOT in a third.
#
# For some modules (CPU, NET, CLK, FAN, AMP, STW) you can select what it will
# show initially. Append one or more plus signs (+) at the end of the three
# letter acronym. Each plus sign equals one mode change (one click on the
# button).
#
# For any module, you can simulate an initial long-click by adding a
# multiplication sign (*) after the three-letter acronym. This can be used
# to, for example, have the AMP or TUN modules start up always showing the
# title.
#
# The following modules are allowed:
#
# CLK
# Show the world clock. Click to change timezone.
# STW
# Stopwatch with lap time. Click to start/lap, long-click to stop/reset.
# SPK
# Shows speaker setting, volume, mute. Allows speaker switching
# with a click. (Note: Windows Vista only allows changing speaker
# settings using the Control Panel).
# TS2
# TeamSpeak2 running: Shows mic status, player count (server with small
# font, current channel with large font) and will display current
# speakers and people joining and leaving the server. Click to mute and
# unmute mic. Long-click to show players in current channel.
# AMP
# WinAMP running: Shows current bitrate and time remaining (or time
# elapsed if time remaining is not available.) when the current song
# changes, shows the title in the log area. Click to show the currently
# playing song. Long click to toggle constant display of song title.
# NET
# Shows network history the last ten seconds, or totals. Click to
# change displays between OUT, IN and TOT.
# FPS
# FRAPS running: Shows the current FPS count if it isn't zero.
# FAN
# SpeedFan running: Show the current selected fan_mode display.
# If fan_cycle is nonzero, iterate across the available modes.
# Click to change the mode manually. Long-click to enable and
# disable auto-cycle.
# COR
# CoreTemp running: show highest and the average core temperatures.
# GPU
# GPU-Z running: show sensor data. Click to switch sensor. Long
# click to show current sensor name. Note that the GPU-Z option
# 'Continue refreshing this screen...' option must be on.
# TUN
# ITunes running: Shows average bitrate and time remaining (or time
# elapsed if time remaining is not available.) when the current song
# changes, shows the title in the log area. Click to show the currently
# playing song.
# RIP
# Nonresponsive program detected: Shows the first few characters of
# the window title. Click to display the entire window name.
# Long-click to terminate the nonresponsive program.
# CPU
# Shows detailed data from CPU and memory. Top right shows average
# CPU load over the last second. Click to cycle between individual
# CPU core loads (up to 32), CPU load histogram, and memory info.
# Long click to show LCDSirReal's uptime, average CPU usage over
# time, and memory consumption.

slot_0 COR
slot_1 GPU
slot_2 GPU
slot_3 RIP TUN

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I was going to ask on the LCDSirReal forum, but unfortunately the application is no longer supported and the forum is quite barren. Hopefully I can get some help here. In the thread I posted earlier it seems the people there figured out how to do it.

Thanks!