hkuspc40So I posted this in the software forum but got no response so I'll try over here... Is there a way to change the upper limit for cpu temperature in flow control? I don't need my fans at maximum when the processor is at 60c. An overclocked 9th gen processor is over 60c all the time... The "coolant temp" fan curve is useless... I don't even know why they bothered with that. Any help would be appreciated...
petecisI've been able to use Cheat Engine 7.0 and edit the values in the graph to allow the upper most user defined value to be 70C instead of 60C. Unfortunately, I don't have very much experience with cheat engine so I haven't yet been able to make a script or even a code offset to be able to quickly redo this every time the computer starts up. I have to manually edit it. I might go poking around the Cheat Engine Forums to see if there's anyone around who can help out. I dont have a lot of time lately to play around with stuff like this, but I bet there's someone with experience who could do this in a flash. With a fan curve the way I want it, the computer is nice and quiet again. No sudden jumps when a CPU core goes to 60C for a second!