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FanControl is currently in development, but it supports all Macs so far released. For official support of iMac/MacPro in a future release please send me your ModelName and min/max speed for every fan. The fan to [X]
FanControl detects the chipset and accelerates fan speed according to chipset temperature. There is a link on top of the window to get more information on each of the detected chipsets. For official support of iMac/MacPro in a future release please send me your ModelName and min/max speed for every fan. The fan to X, X, X, X, X, X, X
If you have CoreCtrl installed, watch out for your GPU fan! Manually running
fancontrol will cause it to be disabled and a new instance of CoreCtrl will be started with the fan set to 2. This will cause an exception to be thrown at CoreCtrl when CoreCtrl tries to start. If CoreCtrl is stopped, the fans will still be at level 2, even though you’re not using
fancontrol. In this case, just uninstall CoreCtrl. That will fix it. If you have CoreCtrl installed, but are only manually fancontrolling your GPUs, then you’re fine. But if you’re only using
fancontrol to control other fans, be aware that you could trigger that problem if you leave the GPU fans at their limits when you leave the machine on.
fancontrol v0.71 and earlier, if you execute
fancontrol -k or
fancontrol --kill, it will always leave
hwmon fans at their highest level. That could lead to the fans being an unnecessary drain on your system’s power and resources if they are not needed. Fans are already running and you don’t need them to spin at full speed. You could check by opening a terminal window and running
top -b or
htop, whichever you prefer. If you have a
root account set up (I’m guessing you do), open
top as root. You should see that the 2 CPUs are heavily loaded while fans are on.
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smcFanControl has in the previous versions a major setback: There were great fan curve types known under the fan id “0”. But how to access those? I’ve read in the comment section of http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/mac-fans,2769-2.html that there are ways, but they are not the preffered method. I couldn’t imagine that none of the Linux community managed to get them working. Now those fan curves are supported out of the box, but they are not in any way fully customizable. The values that I had to type in where some default values that have to be adjusted to the correct ones.
The default curve is selected as 3rd curve if you have 2 pwm on your fan. Now we use the command below to download the fancontrol-1.2.0.tar.gz and extract it into the current working directory
#!/bin/sh /usr/sbin/fancontrol -f /usr/share/fancontrol/fan-curves/linear-sensor-temp-1.0 -f /usr/share/fancontrol/fan-curves/linear-sensor-temp-2.0 -i /sys/devices/platform/asus-nb-wmi/hwmon1/hwmon0/pwm1 -l
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The next part is to set the lm-sensors
fanctl.conf file. A good example of its content can be found at ASUS N550JV#Fan control.
#!/bin/bash sed -i's#HSW_TOOL=0#HSW_TOOL=1#' /usr/share/fancontrol/fan-curves/linear-sensor-temp-1.0 sed -i's#HSW_TOOL=0#HSW_TOOL=1#' /usr/share/fancontrol/fan-curves/linear-sensor-temp-2.0 # 3rd curve is default if there's only one sensor available. sed -i's/#MAX_CURVE=1/#MAX_CURVE=3/#' /usr/share/fancontrol/fan-curves/linear-sensor-temp-1.0 sed -i's/#MAX_CURVE=1/#MAX_CURVE=3/#' /usr/share/fancontrol/fan-curves/linear-sensor-temp-2.0
What’s new in FanControl v124?
Your fan curve type can be saved to a
/etc/fancontrol file at the system startup. It can be done with the command below:
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Also, fancontrol needs to be built with (or, to be more precise, needs to be able to load
/usr/share/fancontrol/fan.conf file) build . You can install the files required for that here . Later on, before trying to build fancontrol, open the
/etc/fancontrol file, and remove any lines having only <>. The file should look similar to this:
I finally decided to give fancontrol a try, and after spending much time I have finally set up a setup that is working. I think the great thing about having different fan pwm settings and temperature pwm settings is that it will not cause any problems to be left over from a previous fans & temp pwm configuration. PWM and Fan are turned off on the regular, and when they are turned on they are on full throttle. I think in my case this will help by not overheating my system. I do not know if it will work this way for you. I am using a Core i7 3537U CPU with an Intel HD Graphics 4000 . Here is what I did, in case anyone is interested in how to make a fan control system:
I disabled all my fans and called
fancontrol to apply the preset. The fans spun up when I left my workstation to go to my house. I went back and the fans didn’t turn off when I turned my workstation off, so I tried the auto-adjust, which worked. I tried turning them all off and back on with my bash script then and they turned off, but I was still able to control them.
I installed tlp and ran sudo tlpconfig enable before starting fancontrol. I tried running fancontrol with the old fan settings and fancontrol auto-detected the new settings and removed the temp-pwm assignment. Everything seemed to be working until I closed the lid of my laptop and the fan kept spinning for a bit.
FanControl v124 Features
- FID readings are extended and recorded
- The emulation of 12-bit FAN Registers has been added
- A new mechanism for FAN control has been introduced. This is controlled by the
Aftercommand-line parameters allows the creation of a scheduled service to run after an earlier service
- The display of the FAN value is now more user-friendly
FanControl v124 System Requirements
- Windows 7/8/10 (32-bit, 64-bit)
- 2 GB RAM or more
- 1 GB available disk space
- 2 GB storage space
- A power supply
- HDD (any drive type)
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