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ReCoMonB – Real Computer Monitoring Block

Posted on Thursday, July 18th, 2013 in builds by DP

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Ivan Creations made this ReCoMonB (Real Computer Monitoring Block) and wrote a detailed explanation on his blog describing the build:

I managed to de-virtualize the CPU/MEM/HDD/NET stats and now I have them physically represented on my desk. The device that does that is named ReCoMonB – Real Computer Monitoring Block.
I have also made the device driverless and working on Liunx and Windows.

Via the contact form.

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4 Responses to “ReCoMonB – Real Computer Monitoring Block”

  1. JBeale says:

    I don’t think that link is quite correct…

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