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fan control problem
#1
I have an Alienware m17x R3. Sometime during the game my laptop lower the FPS because the overheating problem so I used the fan control program but I have some problems. Please help me out. Do I have to leave the sensors and the fan control open after I use custom auto? Or I can save and close and only open the main program? Also what is the best set up for the fan control? Which degree I should set up my fan's rpm? Last question is 75 degree too high for Gpu? because every time I play a game the gpu's temperature get up about 75 degree.
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#2
If you want to use the Custom Auto feature, you need to have sensors open.
Please direct the rest of questions regarding fan control here: http://forum.techinferno.com/hwinfo32-64...ntrol.html
For other Alienware-related questions (including cooling) please check this forum: http://forum.techinferno.com/alienware/
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(07-10-2012, 02:15 PM)Martin Wrote: If you want to use the Custom Auto feature, you need to have sensors open.
Please direct the rest of questions regarding fan control here: http://forum.techinferno.com/hwinfo32-64...ntrol.html
For other Alienware-related questions (including cooling) please check this forum: http://forum.techinferno.com/alienware/

thank you for answer me so quickly but sometime i leave the senors open for a long time i can't turn it off and it doesn't respond and after that i can't turn off my laptop. so what should i do?
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#4
This issue is discussed in that thread as well.
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(07-10-2012, 02:24 PM)Martin Wrote: This issue is discussed in that thread as well.

I read the thread but I just want to make sure the senors cause the shutdown problem and the way to fix it is to disable the "LPC & EC Support". Am I correct? I am sorry but i just want to make sure. thank you
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#6
Please read the thread carefully (I know it's quite long, but the 1st post contains most important information).
Yes, disabling the EC support will use a different method which shouldn't cause those problems.
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