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How to set fan speed to 100% with Rivatuner so the lag will be gone?

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See title. I have Rivatuner and I want to set the fan speed always to 100%. I found a tutorial but it is about an older version and with my newest version I have no idea where to find the fan options.
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Theres a nice tutorial here.

Hope this helps!

EDIT: MSI Afterburner is a much better program for this. The interface is more simple.
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Theres a nice tutorial here.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rXr6IIj1sLY
Hope this helps!

EDIT: MSI Afterburner is a much better program for this. The interface is more simple.
I will try Afterburner since my Rivatuner version has no the tab "fan".

With Afterburner the fan speed is locked. How to unlock?
Edited by jessonei - 1/8/11 at 6:34am
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With Afterburner the fan speed is locked. How to unlock?
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If i remember correctly, you have the right pane that shows fan speeds and temps. Then you have the left pane that allows you to adjust stuff. In the left pan there is a fan speed adjuster towards the bottom, BUT you must click the button off to the right of the adjuster to adjust fan speed. I think it has a cog wheel in it or something.
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uncheck auto the the top right
and you can change the fan speed
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Your GPU has to support it.
    
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uncheck auto the the top right
and you can change the fan speed
It does not let me, but I have a quite new gpu, 8600m gs.
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post #9 of 19
On Afterburner go to settings, then the fan tab, click enable user defined software fan control. Then see if it lets you uncheck auto on fan speed.
post #10 of 19
If you are using the latest version, you should be able to press the auto button and then user define which is right beside it, then you should be able to change the fan and click apply. It'll move back but the speed will change if you look at the monitoring info on the side
    
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