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    one fan always spinning on idle on 980ti matrix

    is it normal one of the fans to spin on idle on the asus 980ti matrix ?
    is there a vbios update ?
    also i am confused is there 2 different models of it matrix and platinum?

    my base core clock is 1000mhz ???

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    Hi mite_jan, do your fan spin normally under load? Or this behaviour is registered under load as well?

    As far as I know for the 980 Ti from Asus there are 3 versions: Strix, Poseidon and Matrix Platinum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcello.S View Post
    Hi mite_jan, do your fan spin normally under load? Or this behaviour is registered under load as well?

    As far as I know for the 980 Ti from Asus there are 3 versions: Strix, Poseidon and Matrix Platinum.
    that is correct but from the matrix series should be one only matrix and matrix platinum i think

    under load is fine second fan activates
    just i want to disable that one fan when idling no need to be working

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    Quote Originally Posted by mite_jan View Post
    that is correct but from the matrix series should be one only matrix and matrix platinum i think

    under load is fine second fan activates
    just i want to disable that one fan when idling no need to be working
    You can try use GPU Tweak II to set your own Fan curve

    https://www.asus.com/us/support/FAQ/1035020/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coolguy906 View Post
    You can try use GPU Tweak II to set your own Fan curve

    https://www.asus.com/us/support/FAQ/1035020/
    hi
    i dont want to set a custom curve
    very strange the card waits to reach around 75 degrees and than activates the second fan
    that is too high for my liking

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    Quote Originally Posted by mite_jan View Post
    hi
    i dont want to set a custom curve
    very strange the card waits to reach around 75 degrees and than activates the second fan
    that is too high for my liking
    You can always set a more aggresive fan curve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mite_jan View Post
    hi
    i dont want to set a custom curve
    very strange the card waits to reach around 75 degrees and than activates the second fan
    that is too high for my liking
    Quote Originally Posted by Chino View Post
    You can always set a more aggresive fan curve.
    That's the same as a custom fan curve.

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