OhioYJSo I just built a new PC, kept my case / fan setup, but replaced MB, CPU, GPU. On my old EVGA GTX 1070 FTW card the fans basically never turned on, unless it was doing something really intensive (I had replaced the thermal paste on that card). On my new RTX 2080 XC Ultra "Gaming" the fans are constantly on / off / on / off as I'm using the PC (normal usage, non-gaming). Its as the card is right at the turn-on temp for the fans and as soon as they turn on they turn right back off.
It appears that setting custom fan curves in X1 program only work as long as that program is running? Is this correct?
Is it just me? I didn't see a firmware update or anything? Did I overlook something?
ty_ger07Yes, a common complaint.
ty_ger07it's not just you. EVGA refuses to agree that it is an issue and instead repeatedly recommends using EVGA Precision to set a custom fan curve. Sorry that doesn't work for you, or so many other people. I don't know how these things get past testing when the card is designed, or why EVGA is so afraid to fix something that so many people complain about.