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Is there anyway to control all the fans using MSI Afterburner?

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2020/06/07 12:54:40 (permalink)
It seems to only change the speed of my left most fan of my 1080ti FTW 3. I tried using Precision X but it doesn't show up in most of my games and I'm really missing all that Afterburner has.
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    Re: Is there anyway to control all the fans using MSI Afterburner? 2020/06/07 14:01:11 (permalink)
    Nope, but you could run msi afterburner along with px. Just use afterburner for the osd, and then px for everything else.

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    Re: Is there anyway to control all the fans using MSI Afterburner? 2020/06/07 14:31:47 (permalink)
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    Nope, but you could run msi afterburner along with px. Just use afterburner for the osd, and then px for everything else.




    Thanks that works. But is it normal for one fan to have a slower RPM compared to the rest even when they are running at the same speed?
     
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    Re: Is there anyway to control all the fans using MSI Afterburner? 2020/06/07 18:16:22 (permalink)
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    Nope, but you could run msi afterburner along with px. Just use afterburner for the osd, and then px for everything else.




    Thanks that works. But is it normal for one fan to have a slower RPM compared to the rest even when they are running at the same speed?
     
    https://imgur.com/a/u6jjb92


    Yes, thats literally why you need Precision.
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    Re: Is there anyway to control all the fans using MSI Afterburner? 2020/06/07 22:19:01 (permalink)
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    Nope, but you could run msi afterburner along with px. Just use afterburner for the osd, and then px for everything else.




    Thanks that works. But is it normal for one fan to have a slower RPM compared to the rest even when they are running at the same speed?
     
    https://imgur.com/a/u6jjb92


    Yes, thats literally why you need Precision.




    Why did they intentionally make one fan slower?
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