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Help changing my fan speeds on MSI GT 725

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Hey guys does anyone know how to change the fan speeds of a MSI GT 725? my temps are pretty bad
Edited by Renton577 - 7/25/13 at 1:03pm
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I believe there is a way to do so via the BIOS but I'm not sure, as I've never had an issue with my GPUs fans. If you don't see an option in the BIOS, then you can download a program like MSI Afterburner and modify the fan curve (Controls how fast the fan spins at certain temps).

Hopefully this helps! smile.gif
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I tried that but MSI afterburner doesn't have an option for that since its a laptop and sadly there is no option in the BIOS :/
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Your temps are going to be bad because it's a laptop. Invest in a nice laptop cooler to decrease overall temperatures. Laptops have terrible ventilation most of the time, and the temps suffer because of it.
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