We believe that one really doesn’t need to control the fan speed or make changes in the profile. However, if you are trying to get anywhere with overclocking, you might need to use the feature to have efficiency.
- To get started, click the Settings cog and select the “Fan” tab from the menu bar located at the top.
- Tick the “Enable user-defined software automatic fan control” checkbox so you can customize the fan profile.
- Next, you will see a default fan curve. Where the vertical numbers represent fan speed, and horizontal numbers represent temperature.
- You can change the curve by moving points as per your requirements. To make finer adjustments, you will be needed to make new points and test them. And when you feel satisfied with your chosen settings, click Ok to save the profile.
What works for you may not work for someone else. It’s all about playing around and testing different curve points until you find some balance and stability. Additionally, you can use Kombustor for running benchmarks to check noise levels.