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1  Bitcoin / Mining / automatic clockspeed control on: June 06, 2011, 11:55:02 AM
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Program name:
What it does: Automatically adjust the clockspeed in relationship to fan speed.
bash <DEVICE> ==> bash 0
Multi GPU support: Yes, start one task for each GPU in separeted terminals
License: GNU/GPL
Free?: yes, but I like donations Wink 1XCnjoSMGMXCzX4Wtb6U6Mdiz4JQXCjbV

I created a small shell script to automatically adjust the clockspeed in relationship to fan speed.
You must define a temperature level and a desired fan speed and the programm will automatically adjust the clockspeed of your gpu and manage that your card does not overheat. <== NO WARRANTY....

# Define the temperature limits: Default: High 88, MID 80-87, Low <70
# > 88 ==> HIGH <== Everything above is to hot for me
# 80-87 ==> MID <== The desired temperature where my card should work
# < 80 ==> LOW <== to low - I can put the clock speed up
# tempLOW=autodefined by

Ok now let us define the fan Levels:
# Define Fan Levels: Default: High 90, Mid 60, Low 50

#And our target fan speed. Let us choose MID ==> 60% <== wonderfull quiet ;)

Ok the program checks all 10 seconds the status of my card. If the card is to hot (>HIGH = 88) more then 3 times in a row, the programm switch to a "cool down mode". E.g. put down the clockspeed to 500 and put up the fan to 90% for 30 seconds. After this cool down the program adjust the clockspeed to clockspeed-30.

If the temperature is between HIGH (88) and MID (80) everything is ok.

If the temperature is to low <MID (<79) for more then 30 times, the program adjust the clock speed with clockspeed+10.

Why should this be usefull? Because it's nice if your GPU has the same temperature equal if the room temperature is 10 or 60 Smiley


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