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Guide: How to control fan for g-series laptops

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I know this thread is likely moribund by now, but I've noticed that the original French fan control software by Pherein has been updated a few more times in the intervening years.

At this point, is there a benefit to using this software as opposed to a generic fan control software such as SpeedFan?

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i can t donwload this file. Can you help me?

and i have gp62 6qf. support this?

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On 11.1.2014 at 8:18 PM, cresterk said:

8. Now click load profile and load whatever profile you want ( I prefer default) and change the values of temperature or fan speed to whatever you want. Do NOT put fan speed below 20% or above 80%. Especially NOT 100% or your pc will shut down.

The fan level depends on the model. For the GE60 it should be between 40% and 90% (turbo cooling). 

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Maybe somebody knows here can i replace my cpu fan that has 4000rpm speed for a fan with a higher speed, for example 4800rpm.  I just want to improve my laptop cooling and decrease my cpu and gpu temps while gaming. The laptop i have in my possession is MSI GT780DX. Regards Raccoon 

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This works perfectly on my 2014 PC Specialist SkyFire 14 (uses MSI MS-1492 motherboard - basically an MSI GE60).

 

I downloaded RWEverything v1.7, from here and Fan Control Tools by Pherein v1.0.4 from here.

 

One annoyance is that the fan speeds go back to their defaults after a system restart.

Edited by King Mustard

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