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I'm looking for a BIOS that just would give my ASUS Titan X an aggressive fan curve keeping it in the 70's, anyone seen a request like that in this massive thread?

Would this be something easy to do with the tools myself?

I don't OC it and don't want extra software running to just adjust fan curve.

I would run a mild OC if it also increased the fan speed to keep temps lower and didn't mess with voltage, if such a thing exists.

83 just seems a bit much to run for hours, just feel like they want to nuke the cards early.
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Originally Posted by Phillychuck View Post

I'm looking for a BIOS that just would give my ASUS Titan X an aggressive fan curve keeping it in the 70's, anyone seen a request like that in this massive thread?

Would this be something easy to do with the tools myself?

I don't OC it and don't want extra software running to just adjust fan curve.

I would run a mild OC if it also increased the fan speed to keep temps lower and didn't mess with voltage, if such a thing exists.

83 just seems a bit much to run for hours, just feel like they want to nuke the cards early.
I think I saw something in the OP labeled max air but don't know the exact spec since I never used it because I liquid cool.
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I think I saw something in the OP labeled max air but don't know the exact spec since I never used it because I liquid cool.

I saw that, but it raises voltage and mentions nothing about fan curve.
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I didn't think bios' touched the fan curve, then again I didn't look at it because both my cards are under water

Editing the bios isn't that hard once you read the guide and watch a YouTube video or two
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Originally Posted by Phillychuck View Post

I'm looking for a BIOS that just would give my ASUS Titan X an aggressive fan curve keeping it in the 70's, anyone seen a request like that in this massive thread?

Would this be something easy to do with the tools myself?

I don't OC it and don't want extra software running to just adjust fan curve.

I would run a mild OC if it also increased the fan speed to keep temps lower and didn't mess with voltage, if such a thing exists.

83 just seems a bit much to run for hours, just feel like they want to nuke the cards early.

See this thread, http://www.overclock.net/t/1573308/nvidia-gtx-900-cards-custom-bios-upon-request biggrin.gif
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I didn't think bios' touched the fan curve, then again I didn't look at it because both my cards are under water

Editing the bios isn't that hard once you read the guide and watch a YouTube video or two

I looked at the screenshots for the editor and it has them listed as experimental, but seems to have temp/fan zones as something you can change.
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Thanks, I'll take a look :-)
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You can set a fan curve easily with Afterburner, then just close Afterburner when you're done if you're concerned about it running in the background.,
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You can set a fan curve easily with Afterburner, then just close Afterburner when you're done if you're concerned about it running in the background.,

I know, I've done this off and on. I was running precision but for some reason this last Windows 10 install, it doesn't want to behave itself. Just exploring the ability to set it and forget it. The Maxwell Editor had 3 values tho, kinda confusing.. has percentage/rpm/temp, trying to figure out how they work now (research mode engaged, lol).

I've had issues with these monitoring programs in the past, overlay crashes some stuff, some of them I believe crash the driver.. Maybe I'm paranoid, I'd just rather do it in BIOS if possible.
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Ok, I must have been blind, I took the values from GM200gab7cycFAN.zip on page one and put them into my stock BIOS, now it seems to max out at 75c.

Works for me, thanks for the input guys, also my max clock seems to stay at 1177, prior I think 1089. The PerfCap isn't saying Tmp as the limit, so just more fan is more performance :-)
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Yipes huge typo sorry.

lol no worries, i was so confused
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