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June 25, 2011, 06:17:38 PM
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Hi.

Is there a script or application that checks the temperature of the GPU, and if it rises above a certain temp (say 80c) the fans start spinning at a certain speed (say 80-100%) and then return to normal speeds once the temperature has dropped to a specified value (say 70c)?

If not, this should be pretty easy to do, right? I know some C/C++, C# and Java programming, but I have no idea how to interact with the GPU driver to get temp and fan values.

Thanks.

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June 26, 2011, 02:57:56 AM
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Hi.

Is there a script or application that checks the temperature of the GPU, and if it rises above a certain temp (say 80c) the fans start spinning at a certain speed (say 80-100%) and then return to normal speeds once the temperature has dropped to a specified value (say 70c)?

If not, this should be pretty easy to do, right? I know some C/C++, C# and Java programming, but I have no idea how to interact with the GPU driver to get temp and fan values.

Thanks.

Put away the programming skills and pull out a windows box and a free copy of RBE.

You can set the fan on a gradual curve directly in the bios.

I set mine to 0 at 0C, 50% at 50C, 100% at 100C... and then select the "continuous" option. Which smoothly raises and increases the speed of fan 1% for every degree centigrade that it emits.
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June 26, 2011, 03:22:32 AM
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Thanks, just what I was looking for!

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