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Author Topic: (Updated:2016/05/06)"Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops  (Read 235065 times)

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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #100 on: 31-August-15, 20:17:53 »

Sorry, I mean while you play games, not that "gaming mode" of system settings.
Ah ok. Hope they will update this program officially for windows 10 and allow us to actualy control fan speed. So loud during gaming.
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #101 on: 02-September-15, 08:02:01 »

Thy GX series isn't supported ?
My guess is that there aren't many laptops with APU .
In my opinion this is unfair. Treat us evenly
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #102 on: 02-September-15, 22:10:47 »

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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #103 on: 03-September-15, 05:14:03 »

Hi, I have a question, 
I have MSI GS60 2QE 638CZ , i am using this SILENT OPTION Utility and i set advanced mode on CPU FAN and configure percentages the minimum possible fan speed is 2800 at every percent.. but when I configure 0 percent the fan speed is 0 RPM, Is any possibility to have circa 1500 - 2000 rpm when idle, at low CPU temperature?
Thank you
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #104 on: 07-September-15, 22:40:11 »

Although the fans are doing a good job.. I'd like to install this once it says that it compatible with Windows 10. :)
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #105 on: 09-September-15, 20:20:34 »

Msi GP60 Leopard 2PE
i like the utility however in the settings i can only go to -15% before the fan shuts down to 0 and then spikes it to 3000 rpm
with -15% i get a base ~2370 rpm but i would like it to go below that (idle that is)
on the advanced settings the lowest fan % i can do is 40%

is it because of the fan minimum voltage? or can it be configured?
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #106 on: 17-September-15, 07:25:12 »

Can you guys post your CPU and GPU fan settings for silent option? For example:   0   0   0   40  60  80 CPU and 0  0  40  60  80  100 GPU 

Did anyone change the CPU fan for a lower RPM one? 

Whats a safe silent control settings for the CPU - at which temps should the fan starts cooling down the CPU?
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #107 on: 04-October-15, 06:08:33 »

Please delete this. Double post...
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #108 on: 04-October-15, 06:09:42 »

I was using a version of silent option that was working fine with my msi ge40 (760m version) which randomly stopped working.

Tried installing both the versions  this thread and get the same error: firmware communication failed.

Tried updating bios and ec firmware. Tried resetting the ec chip (battery out for 5 mins). Tried updating .net framework to 4.5.2. No ball :(

Used to like using it with the fan speed raised so gaming it runs at around 70 degrees and I don't get the annoying issue is the fan spinning up and down every few minutes (much rather prefer consistent noise) and runs at about 80 degrees :(

Was there ever discovered a fix for this? Or is there any older versions anywhere I can try? :(

Thanks a lot!
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #109 on: 05-October-15, 01:12:05 »

Currently my GS60 2QD has a loud fan 1 and fan 2 does not start up it seems (according to dragon gaming center) fan 1 spins between 2200 and 3400 any idea what could be the cause?

look forward to the windows 10 update to hopefully assist me with this.

Keep up the awesome work!
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #110 on: 05-October-15, 08:26:09 »

Tried to post this in the stick but I don't think it went through, any ETA on when this will be available for Windows 10?
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #111 on: 12-October-15, 08:13:01 »

My laptop says it is not compatible. i have GP62 2QD Leopard and has win 8.1. installed .net 4.5. any solutions?
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #112 on: 16-October-15, 04:12:17 »

hi all
i buy an 
GS60 6QE GHOST PRO

yESTERDAY and silent option dont work
windows 10

it says not compatible version

when a good version for us will be released?? thank you
i m from italy
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #113 on: 17-October-15, 15:04:51 »

i tried installing "silent option" on my new GE62 6QF(i7-6700HQ / GTX 970M)

but i am using Windows 7 Pro 64 bit

and it gives me the error:

"Incompatible Application"

i tried installing .NET 4.0.3830 (could not find precise 4.0 only)

but it doesn´t work.

any help? or is it not possible to run it on Win 7 ?
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #114 on: 19-October-15, 15:07:58 »

ah its not for gp72 leopard pro
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #115 on: 20-October-15, 15:59:57 »

by the way,

i just discovered that when you turn your battery profile to POWER SAVER (even while you are plugged in)

it actually TURNS OFF the fan for 70% of the time
(which is great for all those times that you´re doing any writing / Office Work or Browsing or any other non-intensive work)

and when you start doing something more intensive,
the fans will automatically get turned on and start

but during those times when you want to do the heavy stuff
then just quick manually switch back to the HIGH PERFORMANCE profile
(and i am talking the regular windows battery profiles, not the MSI Shift Mode,
which of course also helps if you switch to COMFORT instead of SPORT,
to give your laptop even less a chance to turn on the fans)

and an EASY way to do this fanless + fan-ciful switching
is simply to do it via the WINDOWS KEY + X
which brings up the so called "Mobility Center" of Windows
(in Windows 7 which i use at least) and then just PIN that to the taskbar for the quick switching.

using this method you don`t need any special MSI software
and have the same problem likewise solved PERFECTLY

and no worry, the CPU does NOT overheat or anything (managed by Windows)
but keeps nicely under 50 degrees Celsius
and the power consumption around just 30 watt only
and as long as you don`t do anything CPU heavy
the Fans will NOT be turning on !!! :-)
 

at least on my GE62 6QF (i7-6700 / GTX 970M)
this method works great!

hope this helped someone
to bring more
PEACE AND QUIETNESS
into your life :-)
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #116 on: 21-October-15, 06:58:19 »

The answer is! cooler vacuums ( 9volt wall type not USB type)  modded to fit your fan outlets!
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #117 on: 22-October-15, 14:36:20 »

Hi, any news for Windows 10 support? After upgrading the BIOS, my GS 60 2 QE is SO NOISY!!! :biggthumbsdown: :cry:
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #118 on: 22-October-15, 19:03:39 »

Any support for the GS60 6QE under Windows 10?
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #119 on: 23-October-15, 15:15:09 »

Still no reply from MSI. No driver support for Windows 10 either for some models. Wouldn't buy another MSI product.
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #120 on: 24-October-15, 14:24:28 »

MSITechNB, can you private message me regarding when will SilentOption be available for GS60 6QE laptops under Windows 10?
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #121 on: 24-October-15, 17:21:49 »

MSITechNB, can you private message me regarding when will SilentOption be available for GS60 6QE laptops under Windows 10?

This is a user forum. MSI almost never interacts here. The most they do is what I call "drive-by posting" where they post an announcement but don't stay around to reply to user posts. If you want a response from MSI, you need to contact them directly using the contact points they provide on their website. I recommend starting with MSI Support (click the "Support" link at the top of this webpage).

Kind regards, David
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #122 on: 25-October-15, 10:23:17 »

I called support, opened a ticket and so far nothing.
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #123 on: 25-October-15, 16:10:48 »

Seems to work well for the limited testing I have done.
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #124 on: 25-October-15, 18:06:08 »

Do you have a Skylake laptop?
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #125 on: 31-October-15, 19:54:23 »

Downloaded Svet's tool, and it works perfectly fine on the MSI GS60 6QE (Skylake CPU). It supports most other laptops as well. It is also more flexible than Silent Option.
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #126 on: 03-November-15, 11:34:16 »

I just downloaded this for a GS60 2QE 3K and everything is working really well on windows 10 Enterprise! The noise is gone! The difference between a fan speed of 2960 - 3300 is crazy! This is a silent laptop now! Thank you MSI! Great work! 

As a side note I do have Visual Studio Installed so I might have additional vcredit and .net stuff installed. Also this is a clean install of Windows 10 from .ISO. I have SCM version 13.015.09115.
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #127 on: 03-November-15, 12:17:57 »

Doesn't start on my MSI GP62-2QD Leopard

"Incompatible Application"
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #128 on: 04-November-15, 02:10:08 »

Downloaded Svet's tool, and it works perfectly fine on the MSI GS60 6QE (Skylake CPU). It supports most other laptops as well. It is also more flexible than Silent Option.
Thanks! Svet´s tool works great, I now have a totally quiet machine when doing surfing and office work, fan stays off up to 65C then starts at 48% (2900 RPM), the temp usually stays between 45-55C with fan off.
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #129 on: 04-November-15, 08:21:35 »

can someone link me svet tool??
i have gs60 6qe ghost pro

thank you
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #130 on: 04-November-15, 09:18:30 »

can someone link me svet tool??
i have gs60 6qe ghost pro

thank you
Svet's tool: 
https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=148273.0

You must donate to get it on mail.
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #131 on: 06-November-15, 08:50:05 »

Doesn't start on my MSI GP62-2QD Leopard

"Incompatible Application"

Any suggestions? My laptop is on list (without "Leopard" but I guess it's the same model?).
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #132 on: 06-November-15, 17:50:52 »

Has MSI commented on a Skylake & Windows 10 version of this utility?

Or is Svet's VBIOS tool the only option for this configuration?
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #133 on: 07-November-15, 13:22:31 »

(Cross-posted from the other thread of the same name, since this one seems to be more active)

I think what's really needed (aside from, obviously, Windows 10 support), is a command-line interface. This would be really easy to do, and would make it possible to bind keyboard shortcuts to control the fan.

It would also allow independent programmers (like me!) to create other fan-control applications, if, for example, we didn't like the Silent Option UI.

The command-line version could be really simple. Just something like:

SilentOption --less

to decrease the Simple Mode slider,

SilentOption --more

to increase it,

SilentOption --set 5

to set the slider to 5 (range would be -20 to +20, same as the GUI), or

SilentOption --advanced settings.txt

to switch to Advanced Mode and import a settings file called settings.txt.

Also, shouldn't the minimum setting (-20) for simple mode let the fan turn off at low temperatures? It is called Silent Option, after all.

As it is, changing the settings takes far too many clicks, especially if you're using Advanced mode. It would help a bit if the Apply button was removed, and it just applied the settings when you change them. Having a way to open the window from the keyboard would be helpful too.
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #134 on: 07-November-15, 23:23:05 »

Thanks a lot for this tool. Now with the newest version, the tool works on my Gt72 2QD like a charm. The fans are on 0% for most of the time :)
Thanks to aldel to posting in the other thread, which didn't got the update for the new version, that there is another thread :)
Great work with this tool!
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #135 on: 08-November-15, 10:42:15 »

Great tool. Works on gt72-2qd, 
Any plans for adding an option to change at which temp certain fan levels kick in?
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #136 on: 08-November-15, 14:38:55 »

Great tool. Works on gt72-2qd,
Any plans for adding an option to change at which temp certain fan levels kick in?

Hi Ddhdd,

Silent Option already provides this via its "Advanced mode". The settings for the CPU and GPU are separate. For example, to create a custom fan speed profile for the CPU, click on its "Advanced mode" button to turn on the advanced mode. Then click on its settings button (the small gear to the right of the "Advanced mode" button). An Advanced Mode settings window will open so you can configure six different fan power levels for various temperatures from cool to hot.

Unfortunately, the advanced mode controls are rather crude. Instead of displaying the actual temperature trigger for each setting, it displays a "Temperature" bar that uses color to indicate relative temperature. I wish it used the same kind of graph that MSI's Afterburner software uses. Unfortunately, the fan control feature of Afterburner is not active for notebooks because Afterburner is focused solely on the GPU whereas the fans in our notebooks must also cool the CPU---hence the need for a Silent Option program for notebooks.


@msiTechNB -- Some suggestions:

1 - How about implementing the same kind of fan speed control graphs in Silent Option for its advanced mode as are used in Afterburner? I think they would be much better. Also, it would be nice if Afterburner could control the fan speed of our notebooks (including a CPU fan speed profile)---then notebook overclockers wouldn't need to run two separate programs.

2 - Please reduce the size of Silent Option's user interface when used on a 4K display (3840 x 2160 pixels). It is way too big. I recommend splitting the difference and using a size that is half-way between the regular and large sizes that the program currently has.

Kind regards, David
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #137 on: 09-November-15, 06:07:48 »

... so you can configure six different fan power levels for various temperatures from cool to hot.

Unfortunately, the advanced mode controls are rather crude. Instead of displaying the actual temperature trigger for each setting, it displays a "Temperature" bar that uses color to indicate relative temperature. I wish it used the same kind of graph that MSI's Afterburner software uses. Unfortunately, the fan control feature of Afterburner is not active for notebooks because Afterburner is focused solely on the GPU whereas the fans in our notebooks must also cool the CPU---hence the need for a Silent Option program for notebooks.
Yeah this is what I actually meant. Sorry if I wasn't clear.
The cool to hot bar is just a bit... imprecise.
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #138 on: 15-November-15, 03:48:27 »

Any news for Skylake support? I have had my GS60 6QE-015AU from 13th October. Waiting for Support before i take it to a university lecture Because it will sound like a jet engine in there. :D

Thanks
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #139 on: 20-November-15, 11:31:13 »

I don't know if anyone has already posted this, but I am currently running Windows 10 and the fan control successfully installed and works. I saw another post that said it they had Visual Studio installed, which has extra .net support, which I had at one time but uninstalled before installing this program. Thanks for the application though, really enhances the experience on my GS60 2QD;D
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #140 on: 21-November-15, 23:11:05 »

I guess I'll be the odd-man-out on this thread. I don't mind my fan curves at all, and when things really get going, I just push the button, and crank 'em to high anyway. Doesn't bother me a bit.

On the flip side of that, what I would like to see, is something like a MINI version. A little fan icon in the notification area that turns green when you click it, and all it does is turn on (both) the fan(s) at a very minimal speed (pop-up slider adjustable, maybe 10-30%?). Barely audible, but running all the time, just enough to keep the dead air cleared out of the case cavity. The 3k first step speed can be a bit disruptive when it's constantly kicking in and out, and I'd rather have a very quiet continuous fan running, than just letting it cook by deactivating the fans at less-than-high temps, like with the current program.

This looks like a pretty cool toy to play with, but seems way over complicated for the bottom end of the spectrum. I realize what I'm pointing out is really the opposite of what this is designed for, but that's kinda the point. A K.I.S.S. model, just for the lower end (that would still be overridden by the automatic settings) with a minimal interface GUI. There's a button to kick the fans on MAX, just asking for a button to kick them on MIN.

Well anyway, that's my input.... :-)
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #141 on: 23-November-15, 10:38:54 »

Just tried this on our GE72 2QC Windows 10 64 bit laptop thinking Silent Option App would not work and to my surprise its fully working.
I can change both CPU and GPU fan speeds using either simple or Advanced options I can visibly see the RPM alter as I do so.

So it does work on our Windows 10 laptop. Guess I am one of the lucky ones.

Now just need to do some testing to find the optimal settings.
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #142 on: 26-November-15, 02:56:06 »

Hi, I have GE72 6QD and my laptop can be very warm on right side of touch pad where most of the time every one keep hands, I change hard drive from old one to SSD that help a little but not enough some time this is very disturbing, I like boost a left side fan but I don't think is I need full speed and I'm just wondering is support for my laptop will come any time soon?
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #143 on: 28-November-15, 09:45:19 »

Have the new GT72S 6QF-013US Dominator Pro G + Win 10 PRO..

When this Silent Fan app is installed I also get the "Incompatible Application" error. :biggthumbsdown: 

I am trying to get those full fans to turn on when my CPU/package temps reach above 75c+.. then fans go back to normal once temp goes back down.
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #144 on: 30-November-15, 03:44:41 »

Hi all,

I registered only to bring good news. Here's a reply I've received from MSI customer support (my laptop is the GS-60 Ghost with Skylake processor ) :

Thanks for your response.
We want to deliver a good news, it's been confirmed that there will be a MSI software released for the Skylake models which lets the user adjusting the fan speed (this application is similar to the Silent Option). The estimated time for the application release is at 2016 Q1.

If you're not in a hurry finding a new one, you may wait for the application and with this application, the fan speed and nose you concerned can be resolved.


HURRAY!

Best Wishes
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #145 on: 30-November-15, 05:03:48 »

Well, its.. something...
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #146 on: 02-December-15, 04:02:27 »

Here GS30 2M Shadow Haswell version with Widows 10 installed and Silent Option is surprisingly working without any issue for now.
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #147 on: 02-December-15, 04:43:44 »

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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #148 on: 02-December-15, 09:13:00 »

Hi to all

I've searched the thread a little but I was unable to find info about this: When I set a custom Fan table in the advanced mode, it will be setted for all the eco mode available for the system control manager? Correct me if I am wrong, but what until now i thought that every eco settings of the SCM have a particular FAN speed table associated. For example, i have experienced that the Office mode is much more permissive with the cpu temperature and raise up the fan later than for example the Gaming mode, leaving the pc a little hotter but quiter. So, if i set a modified fan table through the Silent Option fan app, will it be applied to all the eco mode? Or just works with eco off mode? And then my second question is: If It will be applied to all the eco modes, there is not a way to switch between two or more fan table, such as, for example, between a quiter one for office and an aggressive and louder one for gaming? 

Thanks for the attention
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Re: "Silent Option" Fan Control Application for MSI Laptops
« Reply #149 on: 02-December-15, 09:26:55 »

I'd just like to be able the run the actual program which quite oddly doesn't work for its own hardware. :biggthumbsdown: 

But would be nice to have the app have profiles so the fans come on dynamically based on system/package or CPU temps as that would allow for a lot more headroom in terms of OC scalability.
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