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    ROG Enthusiast Array claudej PC Specs
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    Case fans controlled by GPU Temperature

    Wouldn't it be nice ?

    My microATX case has 2 intake fans, the lower one aims at the GPU (I believe ).
    I'd like it to follow the GPU Temperature.

    It doesn't seem to be easily doable, though.

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array Deepcuts PC Specs
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    You should have bought a strix video card and would have worked with AISuite III.

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    ROG Enthusiast Array Lightbringer PC Specs
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    it can be done.

    Speedfan lets you configure wich temps controlls hat fans.
    it requires a bit of understanding about speedfan and a bit of fiddling around, but it can be done.

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    ROG Enthusiast Array claudej PC Specs
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    Thanks,
    Asus Strix graphic cards tend to be too big for my case, already my 240mm EVGA card feels tight (and 1070's are still expensive here).
    I Installed Speedfan, it looks interesting but as you said, it isn't user friendly.

    I guess I'll carry on with AI Suite 3, for now...

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    ROG Enthusiast Array Tygerion PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by claudej View Post
    Wouldn't it be nice ?

    My microATX case has 2 intake fans, the lower one aims at the GPU (I believe ).
    I'd like it to follow the GPU Temperature.

    It doesn't seem to be easily doable, though.

    On the contrary, this is extremely easy to achieve. You can use T_SENSOR temperature sensor as a temperature source and stick the actual sensor into GPU. That's it, works very well.

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    ROG Enthusiast Array claudej PC Specs
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    Yeah...I don't have no T° sensor nearby, and this is far fetched for my taste.
    But thanks anyway,
    It isn't a big deal, my PC works alright

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