Are you looking to spice up your case mod with a multi-function LCD panel that gives you tons of tweaking ability? While the MX610 is not for the novice, it gives plenty of power to those who want it… and are willing to learn the LCDC software.
As you can see, there are numerous settings here as well. It is on this screen that you can either add "screens" to the list, or build your own. To start the process, you first need to click on the green plus sign in the top right of the screen. From here, you can navigate and make your own displays. You can also add one that you might have downloaded. There is a strong and loyal community dedicated to PC LCD accessories and you can download any number of pre made displays. One such downloaded display is this neat AMD 64 logo.
And now for one that I made:
Isn’t that just adorable?!?
The more you play with the software, the more you will get used to it. To say that it is in depth is an understatement and for some, it might prove to be a bit more than they thought they might have been getting into. It is certainly not for the faint of heart.
The following pictures are more examples of what you can do and monitor with the MX6 when you use it with LCDC.