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AIDA64 allows you to display custom information on external displays, Sensor Panels, or OSD Panels by reading specific values from the Windows Registry. This guide will explain how to configure AIDA64 to utilize these custom values.


Supported Value Types

AIDA64 can read two data types from the registry:

  • String Values (Str1 - Str10): These values can display text information on your external display.
  • DWORD Values (DW1 - DW10): These values represent numerical data (32-bit unsigned integer) that can be displayed or used in calculations within AIDA64.

Writing Values to the Registry

AIDA64 itself cannot directly write values to the registry. You'll need to use a separate application or script to update the desired registry keys with your custom data.

The registry location for AIDA64's custom import values is:


  • HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\FinalWire\AIDA64\ImportValues


Within this location, create specific keys named Str1 to Str10 for string values and DW1 to DW10 for DWORD values. Assign your desired data as the value for each key.

Updating External Display

Once you've written your custom values to the registry using another tool, AIDA64 will automatically pick up the changes and reflect them on your external display. The way this information is displayed depends on your specific configuration within AIDA64.

Important Notes

AIDA64 only supports a limited number of custom values (10 strings and 10 DWORD values).

You'll need to consult your external display or sensor panel software's documentation for how to configure it to display AIDA64's data.

Additional Resources

For further information on AIDA64's customization options, you may refer to the AIDA64 user manuals or community forums.

Available in the following products:
AIDA64 Extreme
AIDA64 Business
AIDA64 Engineer

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