Thank you.Martin said:1. Yes
2. Yes. In some rare cases it might be required to power off the system and remove battery+power cord for complete restore.
3. This determine the number of samples the value needs to out of range in order to spin the fan down, sort of hysteresis.
4. Yes, yes in such case
5. CPU Package is the most important value in this case for CPU. You might also check the GPU Temperature if that's reaching high values.
6. see above
Yes. This is to avoid frequent fluctuations in fan speed in case the temperature changes too frequently. So it delays the fan spin-down until the temperature values stabilizes.emilio8x said:Thank you.
For the spin-down, it's like a delay before the fans spin down if temps go from one target temperature to a lower one quickly, right?
This should not matter as both are same in your case.emilio8x said:When configuring my "Custom Auto" profile, there is two CPU Packages to choose from:
-CPU [#0]: Intel Core i5-8300H: DTS
-CPU [#0]: Intel Core i5-8300H: Enhanced
Which one should I choose?
This might be because the GPU is currently switched off (as you can see it reports 0 C). Try to put some load on it or wake it up via NVIDIA Control Panel until you see that the sensor shows a temperature.emilio8x said:For the "Custom Auto" profile of the second fan, when selecting my GPU (GPU [#1]: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti: ) as the sensor, there is no temperature source to choose from. In other words, I can't select a GPU temperature sensor to configure the second fan.
<50 C might be OK, but above that IMO it would be better to switch the fan on.emilio8x said:Finally, do you think around 50 -60 degrees is safe enough to run my laptop without fans? i5-8300h and 1050Ti