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Fan Control
« on: 12-March-18, 21:58:49 »

After last EC update, i don't think it's good for my computer. I downloaded a program named by SpeedFan. But, i can't see my fans inside of it.

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« Reply #1 on: 13-March-18, 09:32:21 »

I hear fan noise. Can someone help me?

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« Reply #2 on: 14-March-18, 17:45:00 »

Any recommendatipn that i can follow?
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« Reply #3 on: 12-October-18, 02:48:51 »

Hello meertcavus,
I think you should install MSI SCM software and MSI Dragon center to have more advanced fan control.
First you need to know what's your model, make sure you search correct model for your drivers and software,
and check on Dragon Center 1 or 2 to set your fan status, default is Auto, but you could set to basic to make it lower,
or you could set it to Advanced to make it manually control with different temperature separately by your self.
Please refer below article of the Dragon Center control detail.
https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=294454.0
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