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1. GT70 Fan Control V1.6.3 setup.zip

SHA256: c2fcf7a35ffa7e313787b62cf6768626900821f315575b1b0e1d79f551c6843d
File name: GT70 Fan Control V1.6.3 setup.zip
Detection ratio: 0 / 54
Analysis date: 2015-10-26 11:47:11 UTC ( 1 month, 3 weeks ago )

2. MSI fan control

 

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On March 29, 2016 at 3:45 AM, thevirusplw said:

it will help with 100% fans , dead gpu problem ?

I would love to know this as well. It would be a big help for many who have dead gpus who are waiting to have funds for a new videocard.

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16 hours ago, Bizeek said:

I would love to know this as well. It would be a big help for many who have dead gpus who are waiting to have funds for a new videocard.

No, if your discrete GPU dead, then you need unlock your bios, and then disable discrete GPU in bios.

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On 4/4/2016 at 9:21 AM, Klem said:

No, if your discrete GPU dead, then you need unlock your bios, and then disable discrete GPU in bios.

in my situation right now, the discrete gpu also killed my onboard intell gpu also. the gt70-0nc laptop will not post, upon pressing the power button, the button will remain white led color, instead of changing to orange, the fan will immediately start spinning at normal noise, instead of a delay before turning to max speed.  it does take a good more than 30 seconds to start gradually spin up.   i was wondering to make a separate thread about this if my situation cannot be helped by using blind flash and flashing in the unlocked bios.  i would like to blind flash the stock bios in first before trying the unlocked bios.  the motherboard seems fine with charging, led lighting the keyboard up, the trim panel buttons light up when pressing it(fade into orange or fading out of it).

 

UPDATE/EDIT: I've given upon the dead motherboard MS-17621 ver. 1.0 that died because of the GTX 680M fry-out.  I have since ordered myself 2 replacement motherboards of the same (ordered a 2nd one for extra/backup) and will sell the old motherboard off for parts either on here in the forum or on eBay.  The motherboard still charges & white LED's of the keyboard also come up when pressing the function key beside the power button.  New replacement motherboard works good and I will proceed to flash the unlock BIOS to it.  The replacement board cost me $223.00 shipped from China.

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Update on my own status, fan control must work!

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Just wanted to say that both of these also work with the fan in an iBuyPower CZ-17 (which is a rebranded MS-1762, one of the barebone versions of the GT70)

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Still works great! Thanks for the hint. Some things I miss about SpeedFan though. Is there any reason to use this software over some generic one? My sense is that this responds faster to sensors and acts more dynamically while in-game, but that's all anecdotal based on my rough exterior observation of the fan/heat output.

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Hello!

 

Is this tool can work with my GT60 0NC? I love having these kind of tools in case my 770m died in the future.

 

Thanks !
 

Guy

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glad to hear (that's what I have)

On ‎4‎/‎12‎/‎2016 at 0:12 PM, Exper1mental said:

Just wanted to say that both of these also work with the fan in an iBuyPower CZ-17 (which is a rebranded MS-1762, one of the barebone versions of the GT70)


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Now the people use that? I have a MSI GS70 and only work right fan, but when i update bios or update EC Firmware, the two fans work, what happen here!!

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On 04.04.2016 at 5:21 PM, Klem said:

No, if your discrete GPU dead, then you need unlock your bios, and then disable discrete GPU in bios.

 

You can more precisely specify where this setting is and what it should be changed or reset the link to the topic?

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Is it possible to change the values related to Fan inside BIOS?

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