Rivatuner 2.24, automatic fan controls and 285 gtx

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  1. kmd1970

    kmd1970 New Member

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    Is anyone using rivatuner 2.24 and automatic fan controls with a 285 gtx?

    If so, what numbers do you use? I cant get my 285 gtx fan to go 100% duty cycle when i play games. I am using nvidia driver version 182.06.

    Duty cycle min: ?
    Duty cycle max: 100
    T min: ?
    T range: ?
    T operating: 110
    T low limit: 0
    T high limit: 110

    I have to use driver level settings.

    Also, if i select any duty cycle number over 50% in driver level settings, rivatuner adds 1 to it when i hit apply. example, if i choose 51 it jumps to 52 when i hit apply, 52 it jumps to 53? is this a bug?
     
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  2. Cybermancer

    Cybermancer Don Quixote

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  3. burebista

    burebista Ancient Guru

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    I use it with a GTX 260. No need to alter Low level setting, just make some fan profiles linked to GPU temperatures and you're fine.
    Here is a nice guide.
     
  4. E.J.Smith

    E.J.Smith Master Guru

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    @ burebista:

    When I go into Task Editor to attempt to set my fan speed, for example, to 80%, based upon a temperature range of 55 to 65, no current task is shown and the "Okay" button is blocked out. Which step am I missing?

    Thanks in advance.
     

  5. pbcopter

    pbcopter Member

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    Hi,
    You must fill in Data sampling and task freezing period. I understand that if you do not want to use these then enter 0 in each.
     
  6. burebista

    burebista Ancient Guru

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    OK, here is what I did. I define some fan profiles

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    I go to Launcher tab and add them as Regular item

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    After that I put them in Scheduler picking one by one based on my GPU temperature range and putting 0 in those two periods (Data sampling and Task freezing).

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  7. E.J.Smith

    E.J.Smith Master Guru

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    @ pbcopter
    @ burebista

    Cheers, my friends. That worked. :)
     
  8. kmd1970

    kmd1970 New Member

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    Using atitool and rivatuners hardware monitioring, I was able to find low level fan settings that work for my card: :banana:

    Duty cycle min: 40
    Duty cycle max: 100
    T min: 40
    T range: 16
    T operating: 110
    T low limit: 0
    T high limit: 110
     

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