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Re: EVGA Precision X1 1.0.2.0 2019/11/13 17:44:13 (permalink)
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Finally stable on a new release!  1.0.2.0 seems to work great for me.  
 
No more issues with the radiator fan stopping until the GPU hits 80'C then kicking back on to cool like I saw in previous versions.  




Why is your gpu hitting 80? I have a 2080ti xc ultra that never gets about 73c. You must have a hot case.




It was an issue with X1.  I was fine on 0.4.4.0 but every update since would cause my fans to stop spinning until the GPU hit 80'C.  The latest 1.0.2.0 runs great and my GPU stays in the 60s during load.

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Re: EVGA Precision X1 1.0.2.0 2019/12/02 12:56:52 (permalink)
When I make a custom fan profile in X1 it works fine but when I reboot my PC the fan is stuck at its lowest setting in the profile, for example I raised the default 33% fan speed to 45% and after rebooting it's stuck at 45% even when under load which causes the card to run hot / hit temp target, I can of course fix this by loading X1 or telling it to load with Windows but I just wanted to report this in case its an actual bug? Seems like if X1 isnt loaded with a reboot the fan should still at least behave properly and not be stuck at fixed RPM. 
 
Edit: forgot to clarify I had "Apply previous settings on load" checked but did not have Start with OS checked. (I do now).
post edited by JWhitton - 2019/12/02 15:08:22

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Re: EVGA Precision X1 1.0.2.0 2019/12/02 16:08:39 (permalink)
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When I make a custom fan profile in X1 it works fine but when I reboot my PC the fan is stuck at its lowest setting in the profile, for example I raised the default 33% fan speed to 45% and after rebooting it's stuck at 45% even when under load which causes the card to run hot / hit temp target, I can of course fix this by loading X1 or telling it to load with Windows but I just wanted to report this in case its an actual bug? Seems like if X1 isnt loaded with a reboot the fan should still at least behave properly and not be stuck at fixed RPM. 
 
Edit: forgot to clarify I had "Apply previous settings on load" checked but did not have Start with OS checked. (I do now).


Custom fan curves will not apply until PX1 is running.

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Re: EVGA Precision X1 1.0.2.0 2019/12/04 02:45:56 (permalink)
JWhitton
When I make a custom fan profile in X1 it works fine but when I reboot my PC the fan is stuck at its lowest setting in the profile, for example I raised the default 33% fan speed to 45% and after rebooting it's stuck at 45% even when under load which causes the card to run hot / hit temp target, I can of course fix this by loading X1 or telling it to load with Windows but I just wanted to report this in case its an actual bug? Seems like if X1 isnt loaded with a reboot the fan should still at least behave properly and not be stuck at fixed RPM. 
 
Edit: forgot to clarify I had "Apply previous settings on load" checked but did not have Start with OS checked. (I do now).



Delete the user.cfg file located in the\Users\User name\AppData\Local\EVGA_Co.,_Ltd\PrecisionX_x64.exe folder..That's where all your PX1 profiles/settings/fan curves are saved..The user.cfg file will be recreated and reset PX1 to all default settings the next time PX1 runs..Then begin again.
 
The user.cfg file is in a normally hidden folder, so you'll need to set the Windows Folder View options to Show hidden files, folders, and drives.
 
Don't enable Apply previous settings on load for now..And yes, PX1 needs to be running for fan curves to work like d.burnette said.
 
The little fan icon to the left of the slider needs to be blue..If it's off/not blue, then that means the fan is set to run at a fixed manual speed.

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