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August 02, 2011, 03:23:20 PM
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Brife:

TemperatureCtrl was a good partner with miner. it will make your car long live and low noise. this version support 1 GPU only. multi-card version ready, provide for 1BTC. It was very tiny, Size is 11Kb.


1. Control the fan's speed with AMD GPU card, make the GPU at the expect temperatur, After set the temperatur number, it will adjust fan automaticly.
2. Set the GPU & MEM clock frequence automaticly.
3. Display GPU Usage rate.
4. Platforme Require Windows


usage:

TemperatureCtrl with 5 Params:

1. Set the temperature, default: 76 dgree centigrade.
2. Hang miner temperture, Hang miner when GPU temperature higher than set number, and it will automaticly return miner afer temperature down. Default 80 dgree centigrade, Must be set
   Attention: Not active at this version.
3. Set the GPU clock frequence,Default 800M.
4. Set the MEM clock frequence, Default 300M.
5. Delay time,Default 240 seconds. Designed for automatic execute when system start, it will worke after N's.

for example:

1. Only set the gpu run temperatur with 70 degree Centigrade:
   TemperatureCtrl 70
2. Set the GPU & Mem with 900M & 500M base on example 1:
   TemperatureCtrl 70 80 900 500
   Attention: the 80 number was neccessary, even not actived in the release version.
3. All param maybe like:
   TemperatureCtrl 70 80 900 500 240
   It mean thar GPU run under 70 dgree centigrade. 80 NA, set GPU to 900M, set MEM 500M, Work after 240s.


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August 02, 2011, 08:22:27 PM
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msi afterburner can do the same thing

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August 03, 2011, 04:22:00 AM
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msi afterburner can do the same thing

I checked the afterburner, it's not same.

afterburner set the fan without any thing, just depend your experience.

TemperatureCtrl set fan with temperature automaticly.

TemperatureCtrl's work flow: 

       Set the GPU max temperature that your expect.

       if(real > set) increase fan speed
       if(real < set) decrease fan speed

       with a good mechanism, the temperature wave smothly, after wave stable, wave looks be a line.
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August 03, 2011, 10:25:36 AM
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 Roll Eyes

Also everyone who installs a closed source program on a computer that also runs Bitcoin likes risk very much probably.

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August 03, 2011, 04:46:29 PM
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Agreed.  No offense to OP if it's on the up and up, but there's no way anyone should install this unless he goes open source and let's people snoop through the code.

Seriously, if anyone out there is crazy enough to install something from a poster with just 7 posts, let me know and I'll send you a address you can send me some BTC, I have a bridge I can sell you.
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August 03, 2011, 06:01:17 PM
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OP is still right, though. You can't make Afterburner aim for a specific temperature, which is what his program does.
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August 03, 2011, 06:11:53 PM
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Depending on his algorithm used he is very likely to just create sinus waves around the intended value.

I'm not claiming that this program is harmful btw - but this is really a too high risk in my opinion to take.

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August 05, 2011, 04:32:09 AM
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This is a harmless program!

If anybody afraid of it, May be you can try this one : http://www.virustotal.com/index.html
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August 05, 2011, 05:16:09 AM
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Depending on his algorithm used he is very likely to just create sinus waves around the intended value.


Quite intresting, OK, you are right.

I think that AMD considered GPU‘s temperature and the fan's speed to fit the most of situation.  Consider a special situation, The program control the fan after GPU's temperature upon the (set - 2), It'll take back the control to AMD after temperature under (set -2).
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August 06, 2011, 01:00:01 PM
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This is a harmless program!

If anybody afraid of it, May be you can try this one : http://www.virustotal.com/index.html
You do understand that a virus needs to be in the database in order to be identified.

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August 10, 2011, 03:08:35 PM
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This looks cool, but honestly TRIXX does this same thing I believe, but with a very nice GUI.
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August 13, 2011, 10:20:45 AM
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From what I understand, the OP's program will try to make your card hover around a certain temperature. This is NOT the same as msi afterburner or trixx where it'll set a certain fan strength at a certain temperature.

Say we're in the middle of the summer and your GPU is mining away happily, and you want your target temperature to be 70C. You can tweak MSI Afterburner/trixx til the line graph is close enough that it's about 70c while you just tell the OP's program what temperature to be at, and adjust fan as necessary (We'll assume you need 60% fan speed for this).

Now it's winter and much colder. Your trixx has the same graph, and now your GPU is at 60C, likely at a lower RPM than in summer. OP's program will still have the GPU targeted at 70C, and the fan needs even less RPM than trixx to achieve the target temperature, so it's kind of smart when it comes to different ambient temperatures.

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August 13, 2011, 05:06:39 PM
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If the algorithm used is too simple, you rather have a GPU that starts to run at 90% fanspeed, cools down the GPU to 50°, goes back to 10% fanspeed, heats up to 90°, over an over again.

Without Source Code I can't check that and I certainly won't use a Bitcoin related Closed Source binary blob.

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August 14, 2011, 01:46:25 AM
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Not that I use windows or will ever use the OPs app, but I will second the motion to say DO NOT INSTALL UNKNOWN APPS ON YOUR MINING RIG. You like your wallet and the ability to ensure your mhash are in fact going to your account: then do not install untrusted or non-opensource mining related apps. As for the virus checker - it could steal you wallet.dat file and never be considered a virus that would be attended to by mccaffee or other anti-virus apps.

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August 15, 2011, 04:21:00 AM
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From what I understand, the OP's program will try to make your card hover around a certain temperature. This is NOT the same as msi afterburner or trixx where it'll set a certain fan strength at a certain temperature.

Say we're in the middle of the summer and your GPU is mining away happily, and you want your target temperature to be 70C. You can tweak MSI Afterburner/trixx til the line graph is close enough that it's about 70c while you just tell the OP's program what temperature to be at, and adjust fan as necessary (We'll assume you need 60% fan speed for this).

Now it's winter and much colder. Your trixx has the same graph, and now your GPU is at 60C, likely at a lower RPM than in summer. OP's program will still have the GPU targeted at 70C, and the fan needs even less RPM than trixx to achieve the target temperature, so it's kind of smart when it comes to different ambient temperatures.

See, ssateneth was a smart guy, very, absolutely. ^_^

Anybody skill of program or debug or analyze who will say: The program didn't call any API of NET or Internet, it's safe enough.

If you still wary about it, don't run it with wallet in the same machine.

I get nothing until somebody pay me for custom. wish somebody post feedback of it.
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