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2022/01/20 09:16:56 (permalink)
Hi All,
So I've noticed a lot lately that my Fan Curve Control unchecks itself without me un-checking the option 
This has been happening to allot lately like once or twice a week. My temp's rocket over 60c idle which is damaging the card without me realizing,
once I notice these high temps and my fans are silent I check Precision x1 software and can confirm that the box next to (Fan Curve Control) is unselected, and upon selecting it my fans turn on on high speed to reduce the 60c+ temps...  this is very strange activity and ive checked to see if i have the latest update v1.3.0.0
Please fix these issues i don't want to burn my card when gaming 

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Wael
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Re: Fan Curve Control on/off issues RTX3090 2022/01/25 18:24:00 (permalink)
Hey,
My SO and I are having the same issue (currently on 1.3.0).  She's on a RTX 2070 super and I'm on an RTX 3090.  My SO has been having this issue with current and previous versions and I'm only having this issue with the current 1.3.0.   I don't know how to fix it.
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Re: Fan Curve Control on/off issues RTX3090 2022/02/03 06:00:33 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby EVGATech_MatthewC 2022/02/17 14:53:51
So I think I found a solution to the problem.  Check off "Start with OS", "Apply Settings on Load" & "Fan Control Curve" then apply/save and close Precision X1.  Logoff on Windows (do not restart your computer) and log back in.  Manually start Precision X1 and Check on "Start with OS", "Apply Settings on Load" & "Fan Control Curve" the apply/save.
 
Every time my computer starts now, the settings are or and applied.
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