Adapter: PCI adapter
vddgfx: 950.00 mV
fan1: 771 RPM (min = 0 RPM, max = 3200 RPM)
At the desktop the GPU fan always sits around 771 - I would like it to sit at 0 until it reaches X degrees C… However I am unsure how to do this in hwmon. I can manuall set the fan to 0, but then it sticks at 0 forever and doesn’t ramp up according to temps
There are multiple utilities that can help you set a fan curve:
After I tried some of them I made my own python script to do that:
But if you do decide to use it - at your own risk. You would have to change it for what you want.
I decided not to do the fan stop - I could hear the sound of the fan spinning up every time, at the minimum I specified my PSU makes more noise so no point and I want there to be at least some cooling for the rest of the card.