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    Question Alternatives to AI Suite for monitoring and fan control?

    Hello everyone,

    since AI Suite seems to be in a bad shape at the moment (I remember it working great for my socket AM3 board), what are your preferred alternatives for monitoring motherboard sensors and controlling fan speeds?
    Thanks in advance!

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    Hi,

    for me, i use the BIOS Q-fan control to set the curve for my CPU and case fans.
    Monitoring sensors (GPU and CPU) is taking care of by MSI Afterburner. Afterburner controls the fancurve on my 1080ti too.
    Any other program (Speedfan, HWmonitor, AIDIA and so on) i try to use on top of Afterburner causes system freezes, crashes and messed up sensor readings. Its a known ASUS problem on all newer gen mainboards.

    So for me, it's down to Bios Q-fan and Afterburner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lightbringer View Post
    Hi,

    for me, i use the BIOS Q-fan control to set the curve for my CPU and case fans.
    Monitoring sensors (GPU and CPU) is taking care of by MSI Afterburner. Afterburner controls the fancurve on my 1080ti too.
    Any other program (Speedfan, HWmonitor, AIDIA and so on) i try to use on top of Afterburner causes system freezes, crashes and messed up sensor readings. Its a known ASUS problem on all newer gen mainboards.

    So for me, it's down to Bios Q-fan and Afterburner.
    Thanks!

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