Originally Posted by Optix
The last time I tried to control a fan in the OS, I wasn't impressed because it required the application to load and apply the preset before it actually throttles back the fans. In the meantime, I'm stuck to the back wall of the office and my computer is hovering a foot off the ground.
That made me laugh. It's so true though.
In my first PC build I used a Soyo KT333 Dragon mother board and you could use their baked in app to control fan speeds from Windows. It worked very well. I wish I could find that board again. I would build a machine for fun.
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