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    G751 Notebook Fan Control GPU

    How do I set up a profile to control the GPU fan as well?
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    ROG Guru: Green Belt Array Dreamonic's Avatar
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    You can use my NBFC config here.

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    Thanks man! I've been playing around with it, but I can't seem to get a nice fan curve.
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    ROG Guru: Green Belt Array Dreamonic's Avatar
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    What fan curve are you trying to achieve? Silent until higher temperature... or max out earlier at lower temperature?

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    have used voltground xml isnt good for me because the fans dont kick in but grphic show is on 25% on 51c.
    use my selfpropellerd xml....lol
    with fans off to 42c and max after 74


    copy and paste is so easy

    <?xml version="1.0"?>
    <FanControlConfigV2 xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
    <NotebookModel>rog 751 jt</NotebookModel>
    <Author />
    <EcPollInterval>150</EcPollInterval>
    <ReadWriteWords>false</ReadWriteWords>
    <CriticalTemperature>100</CriticalTemperature>
    <FanConfigurations>
    <FanConfiguration>
    <ReadRegister>151</ReadRegister>
    <WriteRegister>151</WriteRegister>
    <MinSpeedValue>0</MinSpeedValue>
    <MaxSpeedValue>8</MaxSpeedValue>
    <IndependentReadMinMaxValues>false</IndependentReadMinMaxValues>
    <MinSpeedValueRead>0</MinSpeedValueRead>
    <MaxSpeedValueRead>0</MaxSpeedValueRead>
    <ResetRequired>true</ResetRequired>
    <FanSpeedResetValue>8</FanSpeedResetValue>
    <FanDisplayName>GPU FAN</FanDisplayName>
    <TemperatureThresholds>
    <TemperatureThreshold>
    <UpThreshold>40</UpThreshold>
    <DownThreshold>0</DownThreshold>
    <FanSpeed>0</FanSpeed>
    </TemperatureThreshold>
    <TemperatureThreshold>
    <UpThreshold>43</UpThreshold>
    <DownThreshold>41</DownThreshold>
    <FanSpeed>14.2857141</FanSpeed>
    </TemperatureThreshold>
    <TemperatureThreshold>
    <UpThreshold>50</UpThreshold>
    <DownThreshold>44</DownThreshold>
    <FanSpeed>25</FanSpeed>
    </TemperatureThreshold>
    <TemperatureThreshold>
    <UpThreshold>55</UpThreshold>
    <DownThreshold>51</DownThreshold>
    <FanSpeed>37.5</FanSpeed>
    </TemperatureThreshold>
    <TemperatureThreshold>
    <UpThreshold>63</UpThreshold>
    <DownThreshold>56</DownThreshold>
    <FanSpeed>50</FanSpeed>
    </TemperatureThreshold>
    <TemperatureThreshold>
    <UpThreshold>68</UpThreshold>
    <DownThreshold>64</DownThreshold>
    <FanSpeed>62.5</FanSpeed>
    </TemperatureThreshold>
    <TemperatureThreshold>
    <UpThreshold>71</UpThreshold>
    <DownThreshold>69</DownThreshold>
    <FanSpeed>75</FanSpeed>
    </TemperatureThreshold>
    <TemperatureThreshold>
    <UpThreshold>75</UpThreshold>
    <DownThreshold>72</DownThreshold>
    <FanSpeed>87.5</FanSpeed>
    </TemperatureThreshold>
    <TemperatureThreshold>
    <UpThreshold>100</UpThreshold>
    <DownThreshold>76</DownThreshold>
    <FanSpeed>100</FanSpeed>
    </TemperatureThreshold>
    </TemperatureThresholds>
    <FanSpeedPercentageOverrides />
    </FanConfiguration>
    <FanConfiguration>
    <ReadRegister>152</ReadRegister>
    <WriteRegister>152</WriteRegister>
    <MinSpeedValue>0</MinSpeedValue>
    <MaxSpeedValue>8</MaxSpeedValue>
    <IndependentReadMinMaxValues>false</IndependentReadMinMaxValues>
    <MinSpeedValueRead>0</MinSpeedValueRead>
    <MaxSpeedValueRead>0</MaxSpeedValueRead>
    <ResetRequired>true</ResetRequired>
    <FanSpeedResetValue>8</FanSpeedResetValue>
    <FanDisplayName>CPU FAN</FanDisplayName>
    <TemperatureThresholds>
    <TemperatureThreshold>
    <UpThreshold>95</UpThreshold>
    <DownThreshold>78</DownThreshold>
    <FanSpeed>100</FanSpeed>
    </TemperatureThreshold>
    <TemperatureThreshold>
    <UpThreshold>77</UpThreshold>
    <DownThreshold>72</DownThreshold>
    <FanSpeed>87.5</FanSpeed>
    </TemperatureThreshold>
    <TemperatureThreshold>
    <UpThreshold>71</UpThreshold>
    <DownThreshold>69</DownThreshold>
    <FanSpeed>75</FanSpeed>
    </TemperatureThreshold>
    <TemperatureThreshold>
    <UpThreshold>68</UpThreshold>
    <DownThreshold>64</DownThreshold>
    <FanSpeed>62.5</FanSpeed>
    </TemperatureThreshold>
    <TemperatureThreshold>
    <UpThreshold>63</UpThreshold>
    <DownThreshold>56</DownThreshold>
    <FanSpeed>50</FanSpeed>
    </TemperatureThreshold>
    <TemperatureThreshold>
    <UpThreshold>55</UpThreshold>
    <DownThreshold>51</DownThreshold>
    <FanSpeed>37.5</FanSpeed>
    </TemperatureThreshold>
    <TemperatureThreshold>
    <UpThreshold>50</UpThreshold>
    <DownThreshold>44</DownThreshold>
    <FanSpeed>25</FanSpeed>
    </TemperatureThreshold>
    <TemperatureThreshold>
    <UpThreshold>43</UpThreshold>
    <DownThreshold>41</DownThreshold>
    <FanSpeed>12.5</FanSpeed>
    </TemperatureThreshold>
    <TemperatureThreshold>
    <UpThreshold>41</UpThreshold>
    <DownThreshold>0</DownThreshold>
    <FanSpeed>0</FanSpeed>
    </TemperatureThreshold>
    </TemperatureThresholds>
    <FanSpeedPercentageOverrides />
    </FanConfiguration>
    </FanConfigurations>
    <RegisterWriteConfigurations>
    <RegisterWriteConfiguration>
    <WriteMode>Set</WriteMode>
    <WriteOccasion>OnWriteFanSpeed</WriteOccasion>
    <Register>160</Register>
    <Value>10</Value>
    <ResetRequired>true</ResetRequired>
    <ResetValue>10</ResetValue>
    <ResetWriteMode>Set</ResetWriteMode>
    </RegisterWriteConfiguration>
    <RegisterWriteConfiguration>
    <WriteMode>Set</WriteMode>
    <WriteOccasion>OnWriteFanSpeed</WriteOccasion>
    <Register>166</Register>
    <Value>10</Value>
    <ResetRequired>true</ResetRequired>
    <ResetValue>10</ResetValue>
    <ResetWriteMode>Set</ResetWriteMode>
    </RegisterWriteConfiguration>
    </RegisterWriteConfigurations>
    </FanControlConfigV2>

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    I'm trying to keep it silent and gradually increase as temps increase. Problem is, CPU and GPU fan speed at 97% is not enough but at 98-100% it's crazy loud.

    I'll try your curve as soon as I get home! Thanks!
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    how can i get the cpu fan to gradually increase to 100%? it seems like from 97% to 98% there is a HUGE RPM increase. 97% is acceptable for gaming while 98% is crazy loud.
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    why not try my?

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    Quote Originally Posted by warryabel View Post
    why not try my?
    i did, but was still not what i was looking for.
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    anyway to change bios settings to get the fan profiles to be more aggressive? ive modded my bios.
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