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IDProjectCategoryView StatusDate SubmittedLast Update
0001239SpeedFanFan controlpublic2008-09-01 21:052008-09-07 15:31
Assigned Toalfredo 
PlatformMSI K8T Neo2-FIR (MS-6702E)OSXPOS VersionXP SP3
Product Version4.36 beta 
Target VersionFixed in Version4.36 beta 
Summary0001239: SpeedFan only changes speed of one fan. 2nd stays at 100%
DescriptionOn startup, both controllable fans run at 100%, which is correct. After 0000008:0000020-30 seconds, the CPU fan slows down to the configured 25%. The second fan does not automatically change and stays at 100%. Manual control is possible.

Btw, the following is new since beta 10: I had to exchange my two fans in the SpeedFan configuration. In all versions prior to 4.36b10, my CPU fan was sensor "fan 1" and my second fan was "fan 2". This is the other way around in beta 10.
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Attached Filestxt file icon SF_4.36b10.txt [^] (60,488 bytes) 2008-09-01 21:05 [Show Content]

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alfredo (manager)
2008-09-01 23:06

If you linked your hard disk temperature to that speed and if that temperature never lowers, the fan won't be slowed down.
mdrmdr (reporter)
2008-09-01 23:46

Yes, my HD-temps are linked to that fan, but:
- Why should'nt it work that way? It used to work in previous SF version
- All HD temps (28-32 deg.) are way below the "desired" values (40 deg.)
- The temps indeed does not change. They are stable at a low value. The fan speed
  should therefore be lowered to the minimum, as long as the temps stay low
- This seems to be the same issue as described in 0000351
alfredo (manager)
2008-09-02 00:04

This is something I'm working on.
mdrmdr (reporter)
2008-09-02 00:08

Great! So I'm waiting for a new version ;-)
alfredo (manager)
2008-09-06 12:37

Please, contact me by email. I have a beta for you.
alfredo (manager)
2008-09-07 12:44

I sent you the beta. Did you receive it?
mdrmdr (reporter)
2008-09-07 14:16

Yes I received it and it seems to solve the problem!

4.36b13.6 lowers both fans down to the configured minimum right after boot.
With heavy CPU-load, it jumps rigth to 100% and then, without load, lowers again both fans (as expected). So it looks good.

- Issue History
Date Modified Username Field Change
2008-09-01 21:05 mdrmdr New Issue
2008-09-01 21:05 mdrmdr Status new => assigned
2008-09-01 21:05 mdrmdr Assigned To => alfredo
2008-09-01 21:05 mdrmdr File Added: SF_4.36b10.txt
2008-09-01 23:06 alfredo Note Added: 0004087
2008-09-01 23:06 alfredo Status assigned => acknowledged
2008-09-01 23:46 mdrmdr Note Added: 0004088
2008-09-02 00:04 alfredo Note Added: 0004089
2008-09-02 00:08 mdrmdr Note Added: 0004090
2008-09-06 12:37 alfredo Note Added: 0004106
2008-09-07 12:44 alfredo Note Added: 0004109
2008-09-07 14:16 mdrmdr Note Added: 0004110
2008-09-07 15:31 alfredo Status acknowledged => resolved
2008-09-07 15:31 alfredo Resolution open => fixed
2008-09-07 15:31 alfredo Fixed in Version => 4.36 beta

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