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AnsweredDG86 Display - Report Imperial Valus vs. Metric

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2019/04/20 09:32:32 (permalink)
Is there a way to report Fahrenheit vs. Celsius on the external screen?
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Re: DG86 Display - Report Imperial Valus vs. Metric 2019/04/23 23:12:23 (permalink)
That is an interesting question. I think 1/2 my questions to Siri are  converting temperatures  from C to F.
 
I think the easy answer is to set room temp to -40 F  :-)
 
 
 
 
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Re: DG86 Display - Report Imperial Valus vs. Metric 2019/05/02 14:38:47 (permalink)
The computer industry standard is Celsius.  I have no idea how many Fahrenheit 85 Celsius is, but I know that is too hot for my comfort.  20 Celsius is very cool.  30 Celsius is impressive.  40 to 50 Celsius is very acceptable.  60 Celsius is starting to get warm.  70 Celsius is warmer but still fine.  80 Celsius is getting quite hot.  90 Celsius is Danger Will Robinson.
 
It's quite easy to use Celsius when judging your computer's temperature.  Use it for a couple weeks, and it will become second nature.
 
The bonus of Celsius is that when you talk Celsius to other computer users, they will understand what you are talking about.  If you start talking Fahrenheit, millions of computer enthusiasts will be confused.  "My computer is 90 degrees."  "OMG!  That's HOT!!!"  ... "I mean 90 Fahrenheit."  "What? Get out of here!  ... That's fine."
 
It's very easy.  20 Celsius is room temperature.  Consider 100 Celsius the maximum.  30 Celsius is 30% of the way to maximum.
post edited by ty_ger07 - 2019/05/02 14:42:30
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Re: DG86 Display - Report Imperial Valus vs. Metric 2019/05/02 17:09:18 (permalink) ☼ Best Answerby Hoggle 2019/05/02 19:18:05
I know it’s possible.
 
Just got home and opened the DG Tuner software and clicked on the C next to the temperature. This switches both the software and the side display to F. Clicking on the F takes it of course back to C.
post edited by Hoggle - 2019/05/02 19:17:50

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