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Old 05-05-12, 12:02 PM   #9
Tanker Bob
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Default Re: Nvclock able to change fanspeed Nvidia-Settings not.

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Originally Posted by jcdole View Post
I am running 295.40 from nvidia.com

By default the fan run too fast and is noisy. So I set the speed (via nvclock for the moment) as necessary via cron. My only problem is to remove error log from the kernel because of some memory usage ( rsyslog do that automatically for me).

I was just wondering why nvclock can manage the fan without the help of xorg.conf and why nvida-settings not.
Honestly, that's a moot point. nvidia-config is the officially-sanctioned solution that will continue to be maintained and updated. NVClock was a third-party utility that's no longer maintained or updated as far as I can tell. I enjoyed it while it lasted, but it's gone. I'm grateful that nVidia stepped in with a solution. It is what it is.
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