I like what u did here. Most of it is just fine but the nvautoadjust script isnt. You'v put a curent temp variable outside the while loop so it basicly fix the fan speed on a first value.
#!/bin/bash interval=10 while true; do current_temp=`nvidia-settings -t -q [GPU:0]/GPUCoreTemp` if [ "$current_temp" -gt "70" ]; then nvfanspeedadjust max elif [ "$current_temp" -le "70" -a "$current_temp" -gt "60" ]; then nvfanspeedadjust mid elif [ "$current_temp" -le "60" ]; then nvfanspeedadjust min fi sleep "$interval" done
Last edited by micsas (2012-05-22 15:17:10)
As I discovered the hard way, coolbits and nvclock do not work with newer nvidia cards, including the 500, 600, and possibly the 400 series. Buyer beware.
Hello, followed your little tutorial and works great except for one thing, there is a minimus fan speed setting of 40%, the problem is the fan is too loud at that setting, cant set it to less then that either from the terminal nor from nvidia settings application, anyone knows how to set a different minimum fan speed or a speed lower then 40%?