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Solved: GPU fan software

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by XP_tech, Jan 24, 2011.

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  1. XP_tech

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    I've been using rivatuner now for a while, and I've set up profiles and schedules so that now when by GPU temperature goes within a certain range, the fan is adjusted according to what I set it to be for a specific range. The problem is, is that when I enter system standby, and I bring the computer out of standby, the fan get's reset to 100%. Now I have to go into rivatuner and set the fan to one of my schedules to change the fan speed down from 100%. I would like to know is there a way to make rivatuner resume my fan settings after standby automatically without me going into rivatuner all the time to change the fan speed?
    (I've already tried MSI afterburn and it does the same thing as rivatuner.)

    If I can't, then can anyone recomend me another program that I can use that will do the same temperature based fan adjustments to the GPU card, but also resume my settings after I resume from standby?

    Windows XP. Nvidia Gforce 6600GT GPU.
     
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    I looked around the rivatuner software, and found a button under the low-level fan control tab that said "restore fan settings after suspend mode". So far, I had my schedule fan profiles set under "driver-level fan control" which did not support the feature of resuming after suspend mode. So I created new fan profiles under low-level fan control, checked the box "restore fan settings after suspend mode", and I edited my schedules to use the low-level fan profiles I made. I also got rid of my old driver-level profiles. Now I tried putting my computer into standby, and after I resumed windows the fan speed automatically goes to what it is supposed to be at according to the temperature.
     
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