The noise was there and it was irritating from minute one on. It is likely that since the card cannot be detected, or you removed it, that the bios can no longer read the the therm o diode of the Pci-e based card. The old card short-circuited or something. File properties for the asus tweak utility shows File Version 1. All that graphics power, though, requires your video card to have a robust fan to keep it from overheating under a load.
New heat sink solves the sound problem, but it isn't much cooler. I heard about a program called rivatune? Same deal now, tho the report says, yes, this time too, everything went splendidly. On my laptop however I am getting speeds of 20-25mbps. I've never needed to use Afterburner because like I said above, Crimson already comes with its own built-in fan speed control and tem monitoring. What does nvidia-settings -q fans show? Well, part of the hardware. I just wanna see if I can lower that.
But i don't understand something : you are talking about ntune, but i don't use this. Also how do i make it so that my computer won't overheat? With this, my card works perfectly, and everything is super smooth. So it is likely you have two plates with a copper heat pipe on each, one for the cpu and the other dedicated to cooling the graphics card via a heat pipe. Just by moving fan speed from 24 to 37, a miniscule percentage change. Depending on how much you tax the graphics card in your system, you may want to adjust its fan speed to provide better cooling or produce less noise when not pushing it to its limits.
I have msi afterburner but the fan speed is grayed out and I can't change it. Default fan is way to loud and its barly 3 c diffrence from 25% gpu fan speed to 55% but the noise is alot more. I know this for a fact. It will be based on the rpm speed of the fan depending on how hot the cpu is in the system. To be honest, most of the other fans in the laptop are controlled by the bios of the laptop. Is there any way to control the gpu fan speed curves in the bios? I have tried pressing f2 when rebooting to bring up the bios but I cannot find where to control this fan speed.
The utility allows you to set the fan speed as low as 20 percent of its maximum speed, to run the fan at 100 percent at all times or choose any value in between. No need for Afterburner or anything else. I guess the fan is hardware. Such a cooler works better when multiple cards are in a system. Any help would be much appreciated.
This isn't strictly necessary, but I find I sometimes have problems with cards refusing to leave the P8 low-power state if X closes. Cause I do not do overclocking of hardware. I must have done something wrong, but what? I want to increase the fan. Well the laptop will have quiet and extensive cooling solution. You may also refer to the link given below. I jus do not get it. There are more than a few folks here that use afterburner, myself included.
In the power section or, health section there should be an option to control the Fan that cools the cpu. Note: Most programs created for earlier versions of Windows will work in this version of Windows, but some older programs might run poorly or not at all. No, i don't have any pop up window when rebooting. So im trying ubuntu again after being off it for awhile in win7 i can set gpu fan to 10-30% and its barly reaching 52c , however with ubuntu nvidia set it to 55% wich is really loud on my msi 460gtx. This also means third party utilities cannot make adjustments. But, did I by upping the speed of the fan? I've installed the card but I have no idea what the current idling temp is. Anyway, first thing I want to do is, how do you monitor the temperature? All of life is learning re roundabout and never giving up! Need a recommendation on a fan speed controller for nvidia gfx card.
Well the laptop will have quiet and extensive cooling solution. So the only way to make it quiet is to disconnect the fan from the header of the laptop motherboard. I will continue looking into it. Removing it was the only way to get the laptop to work again. If an older computer it is not unusual for the radiator inlet from the fan to get blocked with dust. So it is likely you have two plates with a copper heat pipe on each, one for the cpu and the other dedicated to cooling the graphics card via a heat pipe. You jus made another huge contribution! That means the laptop will have two fans one for the cpu, and the other once again separate to cool the graphics card independent.
You should have a bios that is fully featured in options unlike cheaper more basic laptops with limited bios options and menus. Anyhow, the card, same number, comes in a version with a passive cooling thingy. Thanks so much all of you helpers and a special hug for my friend bbhaag who provided the info re the Afterburner app to get this done! I have run a virus scan and malware scan and both came out as clean. I am just not getting this. Basically, while it was in my computer, I couldn't turn the computer on.