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|0002674||SpeedFan||Other||public||2018-01-17 23:43||2019-03-18 09:50|
|Platform||Dell T7400 Precision Workstation||OS||Windows 7 Ultx64 SP1||OS Version||6.1.7601|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0002674: Audio "buzz/stutter" related issue 0002646|
|Description||Audio is interrupted with buzz/stutter corresponding to speedfan sensor scan interval.|
Speedfan is always run with /NOSUPERIO and "Enable Dell support" is enabled for the sake of functionality even though this is not a notebook computer.
The audio issue is reproducible with or without the following command line switch: /NOSMARTSCAN
This workstation features the optional Dell Nvidia graphics riser card which is a PCIe2.0 brige equipped with an nVidia chip to support SLI on two GPUs. (EVGA nvidia GTX560 x 2).
|Steps To Reproduce||Start Speedfan with /NOSUPERIO and Dell support enabled.|
Play any media source with audio using either the onboard audio chipset or through Nvidia Hi-Def HDMI audio.
|Additional Information||Gpu temps are properly reported, however GPU fan speeds are not accessible through speedfan but can be controlled with EVGA software.|
Running with the /NONVIDIAI2C causes application hang/system stability issues.
Optional Dell Perc6i controller (manuf LSI) is installed with raid50 volume, smart status not reported but smart status/drive temps from the onboard SAS6 are properly reported.
This system also includes optional memory expansion riser cards.
|Tags||DELL, Precision, T7400|
|Video Card Model||EVGA nVidia GTX 560 (x2)|
|Attached Files|| sfStartup.jpg [^] (104,618 bytes) 2018-02-09 16:37
sfOptions.jpg [^] (118,354 bytes) 2018-02-09 16:38
sfAdvanced.jpg [^] (132,037 bytes) 2018-02-09 16:38
sfZone1.jpg [^] (159,661 bytes) 2018-02-09 16:40
sfMemfan.png [^] (100,807 bytes) 2018-02-09 16:41
Dell T7500 experiencing similar issues:
|Using the various options using configs in screenshots above I've been able to resolve "Stutter" to control fan speeds for Mem (zone1), CPU(zone1) and card cage(zone2) -chipset but lose pwms for fans four and five in zone3. The config is stable and I can use nvidia software to control nvidia fanspeeds (but can't overclock cards).|
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Disable FanControl is not Disable FanControl, it is 20° Min RPM - 30° Max RPM (Don't know where this values are stored to remove them, uninstalling Easytune want change that)
edited on: 2019-02-13 11:20
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|2018-01-17 23:43||zampaz||New Issue|
|2018-01-17 23:43||zampaz||Status||new => assigned|
|2018-01-17 23:43||zampaz||Assigned To||=> alfredo|
|2018-01-20 22:37||zampaz||Tag Attached: DELL|
|2018-01-20 22:37||zampaz||Tag Attached: Precision|
|2018-01-20 22:37||zampaz||Tag Attached: T7400|
|2018-01-20 22:38||zampaz||Note Added: 0008518|
|2018-02-09 16:37||zampaz||File Added: sfStartup.jpg|
|2018-02-09 16:38||zampaz||File Added: sfOptions.jpg|
|2018-02-09 16:38||zampaz||File Added: sfAdvanced.jpg|
|2018-02-09 16:40||zampaz||File Added: sfZone1.jpg|
|2018-02-09 16:41||zampaz||File Added: sfMemfan.png|
|2018-02-09 16:45||zampaz||Note Added: 0008523|
|2018-12-10 09:11||garix1234||Note Added: 0008680|
|2018-12-27 08:37||jessicafoster||Note Added: 0008733|
|2019-02-13 11:20||ashuking||Note Added: 0008880|
|2019-02-13 11:20||ashuking||Note Edited: 0008880||View Revisions|
|2019-03-18 09:50||tonnyken||Note Added: 0009070|
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