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Stop fan completly under given temperature

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey,

 

Is it possible to set the fan curve of the CPU cooler Fan so it just start at a given Temperature x and isn't running below temperature x? My Bios doesnt have this setting. Is there any Software, that provides this feature?

 

Reason: I'm running a AMD Ryzen 1300 at 35% of its Power Consumption (Underclocking) because i use it as a cheap Server so its mostly idling.

 

Thanks in advance.

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Check your motherboards hw control software, however gigabyte and msi board software I used did not allow fan speed to drop below a certain threshold.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
17 minutes ago, sezan said:

Which Mobo are you using? 

My gigabyte board has fan stop. I set it to stop cpu fan below 30° C

Thanks for your Reply

 

I'm using an Gigabyte GA-A320M-S2H and just like Levent i cant go below a certain value.

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13 minutes ago, Patroon said:

Thanks for your Reply

 

I'm using an Gigabyte GA-A320M-S2H and just like Levent i cant go below a certain value.

You can mess around with speedfan, it can completely stop fans. You just have to mess around its settings to enable fan control as none of the boards I had working speedfan fan control using default settings.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
11 minutes ago, Levent said:

You can mess around with speedfan, it can completely stop fans. You just have to mess around its settings to enable fan control as none of the boards I had working speedfan fan control using default settings.

Speedfan didn't recognized any fans, but if you say with some messing around you go it working i'll try that.

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