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  1. #1
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    Apr 2010

    Windows 7 Fan control

    Hi everybody.

    Recently i installed window7. I was used mac operating system. I think i was perfect,that have fan control software on that, but i found that there is no fan control system in Windows 7. can anybody suggest me which is the best Fan control tool for windows 7. Thanks in advance,

  2. #2
    Dr. V Guest

    Windows 7 Fan control

    You need to use SpeedFan tool that is a simple fan speed monitoring and control of small tools, in addition to control the fan speed, it also able to view all parts of the system, including power output, specific health status of hard disk, etc., very convenient. It will support all the motherboard can detect Intel FB-DIMM temperature, and adding support for NVIDIAMCP65/67/73/78S.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    May 2008

    Windows 7 Fan control

    You can also decrease the thermal conductivity between the cpu and fan silica, or cpu would have hurt. Another crazy cpu and BIOS switch are also relevant,the steps are press Del to enter BlOS boot. From the main menu, select "CHIPSET FEATURES SETUP" function setting into the chip set, The specific content of this setting varies by motherboard, but basically the system, including hardware condition monitoring, CPU over-temperature protection settings and memory, memory status settings. "Reset Case Open Status" and "Case Opened" key for setting the computer box (open) status monitoring and alarm, generally set to "No". Check and reply.

  4. #4
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    Nov 2005

    Windows 7 Fan control

    Fan1702 for the notebook fan control board to provide the tools, you can reset the fan start temperature, or to select the speed manually. It is well compatible with the BIOS fan control, you can withdraw at any time, without any adverse effects. Green software requires no installation. Check this software.

  5. #5
    Join Date
    Apr 2008

    Re: Windows 7 Fan control

    The alternative is to download a ,ac apps called smcfancontrol set the fans on high then reboot into windows, it remember the settings, but lose them if the winsows goes to sleep so it really is little less than perfect. The fan control above is progress fast, 3 new versions in 3 days and the fresh one is 64bit win supported.

  6. #6
    Join Date
    Feb 2010

    Windows 7 Fan control

    I am using SpeedFan that is a program check voltages, fan speeds and temperatures in computers with hardware monitor chips. SpeedFan can even right to use S.M.A.R.T. info and show hard disk temperatures. SpeedFan chains SCSI disks too. SpeedFan can even modify the FSB on some hardware . SpeedFan can right of entry digital temperature sensors and can change fan speeds therefore, thus dipping noise. SpeedFan can find roughly any hardware monitor chip connected to the 2-wire SMBus a subset of the I2C protocol and works fine with Windows 7. It also workings with Windows 64 bit too.

  7. #7
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    Apr 2011

    idea Re: Windows 7 Fan control

    Can someone here tell me where on SpeedFan I can increase the speed and RPM's of my fans so it draw the heat out better?

  8. #8
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    Dec 2007

    Re: Windows 7 Fan control

    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyJazz332 View Post
    Can someone here tell me where on SpeedFan I can increase the speed and RPM's of my fans so it draw the heat out better?
    First of all there are some motherboard in which you have to disable any on-board fan control. Next, in speedfan, under the button marked "Configure", uncheck the box for "Automatically control fan speeds". Click the "Configure" button. This will bring up the temperature tab. For each temperature, you can click the + sign and show a list of fans. Clear all of the checks next to each fan for each temperature. Lastly, you will have to choose the temp you want speedfan to maintain, and select the fan you want it to control by checking the box next to the fan under that temp's pull down menu.

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