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Hey all,

I was wondering if its possible to change the fan speed of my graphics cards so that once the cards clocks up to its 3D mode, the fan goes to 70%, and when its at idle clocks, or 3d low power, it stays at 30%

I've been trying with Rivatuner but it doesn't seem to work, and it only allows me to control one GPU's fan, I can manually set each fan, but if I want to add launcher / scheduler options, it only finds the profiles for the card I currently have selected in the drop down on the main screen.

Both cards have been slightly volt modded via BIOS flashes, so they run @ 1.35v in 3D mode, the auto fan mode is too slow to bump up the speeds for me, it waits till 90*C before the fan gets into the 65 area, which is sufficient to keep them cool.

Any suggestions on how to do this, or something similar would be great,

Cheers
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AzuraChan
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Phenom II x6 1055T Asus M4A88TD-V Evo/Usb3 EVGA GTX460 1GB SC + 9800GT Phsyx 2x2GB Corsair 1333MHZ 
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6.8TB Total w7 + ubuntu 19" something Seasonic S12II 520W 
Case
modded antec 902 
CPUGraphicsRAMHard Drive
I7 3630QM GTX660M 2GB + HD4000 8GB 1600Mhz 1TB  
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Blu Ray thing Win8 64bit Lenovo Y580 
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