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Apollo 13
02-02-08, 11:08 AM
I'm trying to set my fan speed to 100%, but when I do it it sets my standard 2D and lower power 3D to 100% which I don't want it to do. I just want my performance 3D set to 100%. Can someone plz help me. I'm using Rivatuner version 2.06 Tests 6.

Crow_Nest
02-02-08, 11:10 AM
The thread title made me lol a bit. :D

Have you tried saving the 100% speed as a profile? Then load it whenever you want it to run at 100%.

Apollo 13
02-02-08, 11:14 AM
The thread title made me lol a bit. :D

Have you tried saving the 100% speed as a profile? Then load it whenever you want it to run at 100%.

No...how do you do that?

XDanger
02-02-08, 12:51 PM
Do 2d / 3d fan speeds / clocks work with XFX bios ,

my GT cant do those things, Just 1 speed.

Apollo 13
02-02-08, 01:42 PM
Do 2d / 3d fan speeds / clocks work with XFX bios ,

my GT cant do those things, Just 1 speed.

I didn't screw with the bios. My 2D justs adjusts to what I put my 3D fan speeds at which sucks. I don't want to hear a loud fan when my PC is justs sitting on the desktop.

HiCZoK4
02-03-08, 12:55 PM
thats normal .Fan setting is general for all modes

Lenin
02-03-08, 04:14 PM
8800gt doesn't allow different fan/clock settings for 2d and 3d.

XDanger
02-04-08, 06:21 PM
60% is more than enough for a stock GT by the way op, 100 is just too loud.

I feel bad that nobody actually helped.:(

I point you here http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/showthread.php?p=1540873#post1540873 a link to a link

Underclock your card then save it as a profile(for 2D), then make an overclocking profile (for 3D, stock clocks if you dont want to OC) Launch it with the Rivatuner toolbar thing or hotkeys.

Unless theres a better way.

Ive tried attaching an oc profile to an application but it just doesn't want to kick in.

dunno
02-05-08, 12:43 AM
Added ForceWare 167.xx and 169.xx drivers families support. Please take a note that 2D/3D performance levels switching is broken in currently broken in these drivers, so adjusting 2D performance level settings (e.g. 2D clocks) via RivaTuner will also change 3D performance level settings and vice versa.

Taken from release notes (http://www.guru3d.com/index.php?page=rivatuner). So it looks like you'll need to downgrade drivers if you want that functionality.

EciDemon
02-05-08, 07:40 AM
60% is more than enough for a stock GT by the way op, 100 is just too loud.

I feel bad that nobody actually helped.:(

I point you here http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/showthread.php?p=1540873#post1540873 a link to a link

Underclock your card then save it as a profile(for 2D), then make an overclocking profile (for 3D, stock clocks if you dont want to OC) Launch it with the Rivatuner toolbar thing or hotkeys.

Unless theres a better way.

Ive tried attaching an oc profile to an application but it just doesn't want to kick in.

Nice article, Im defanatly going to use that when I get home!

Chiles4
02-05-08, 03:33 PM
It's interesting how RT is rarely at fault when all the info has been gathered.

Viventis
02-05-08, 08:03 PM
Do you know how to make "launcher" profiles? I have one click profiles for 40%, 60%, 80% and 100%. Go to Guru3d's site. The Riva author is a regular in those forums.

XDanger
02-05-08, 08:11 PM
maybe he can tell me why I cant associate a launch item with a specific app.

Chiles4
02-08-08, 05:42 PM
Look at the guides stickied at the RT forum at guru3d. You can set up a fan speed for when your PC boots (desktop) and then various speed profiles for the different temps your card will hit (as you game). It works great. You can even monitor the temps and fan speeds with the OSD as your game or benchmark runs.

I've never heard of a 2D vs 3D fan speed but then again I was always an ATI guy up to now. Anyway, the ramped fan profiles I described above are better than simply have two fan speeds anyway.

XDanger
02-10-08, 05:33 PM
Im having my overclock kick in when the core reaches 60c now instead of using hotkeys , Works great since most games start heating up the core even on the menu screen.