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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0002195||SpeedFan||User interface||public||2013-11-22 01:10||2013-11-22 01:10|
|Platform||Win8.1||OS||Microsoft Windows||OS Version||8.1|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0002195: Faster Startup|
|Description||The startup scans take too long during normal operation, well over 45 seconds.|
|Steps To Reproduce||Start up SpeedFan|
Configure a custom Fan Controller.
Startup SpeedFan again. Wait 45+ seconds for it to scan all buses, all over again.
|Additional Information||This is more a feature and/or tweak request. Is it possible to lock in the found memory addresses after an initial scan? So that it a scan doesn't have to occur on every startup? |
Say, a "cache of found addresses" kept in an INI or registry location, and a button to "Rescan" that refreshes that list manually?
Currently, my Asus Rampage IV Extreme shows the following:
I use the Nuvoton NCT6776F to control the CPU PWM fan in my waterchiller, and I use the INTEL CORE to monitor the temps for that control.
If there is a way for my to disable these scans via the command line, and keep the functionality of these two, I will. I know the command line allows disabling of these scans, but I am not sure if it will allow me control over those devices if I disable the scans (maybe there already is a cache?).
Well, I will try disabling scans via command switches and see if it still works.
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|Motherboard Model||Asus Rampage IV Extreme|
|Video Card Model||EVGA GTX TITAN|