Gnat-Stats, Tiny OLED PC performance monitor

Posted on Monday, October 17th, 2016 in Arduino, OLED by DP


Rupert Hirst writes:

After a recent purchase of a Nvidia GTX1080 graphics card, 4k monitor plus Doom(2016), I thought it would be great to see some external telemetry… from my exorbitant purchase.
Then, I Stumbled upon on Psyrax’s “Serialmonitor” GitHub repository! Armed with an Arduino ProMicro plus a 128×64 pixel OLED display, I compiled the source code. After compiling Psyrax’s windows application in Visual Studio, I got to work.

More details at TallmanLabs blog.

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