ZorkelHi! I'm trying to move as much as possible of my daily computer usage and gaming environment to Ubuntu.With steam supporting more and more games in linux environment, I wonder if it's possible for you to also support linux as well? Cheers.
CfYz_RAny possibilities to control dual FANs iCX in Linux? From my tets when you set fixed fan speed in nvidia setting under Linux - its set up only GPU fan speed, VRM fan - stopped and not working. Thus this limits the OC possibilities of a cards... :( When it set to auto from boot - bot fans works, but only how BIOS says - to low for good OC.
CfYz_Rty_ger07and pay that personI've already paid to EVGA - why should I pay again? For feature that any other manufacturer have? :) Just make chained fans (2 or 3) RPM controlling when NV driver say so - that it. Other feature leave to W/POC - ok. No Linux support? - ok. Coz this is extra features no one have.
CfYz_Rty_ger07Only the main fan interacts with NVIDIA's drivers.So the link nv-driver <-> evga microcontroller do exist, according to you. Just add second and third fan to it. No problem ;)
What are you talking about? Other manufacturers support?! No other manufacturer has the asynchronous fan feature!The featrure when all fans RPM a controlled through nV driver. BTW previos to iCX EVGA cards had this feature, new with iCX don't. For example - I want to use RivaTuner in Windows - can I change both fans RPM there? No. But for god's sake why??? When this feature was earlier in EVGA products? :)
bcavnaughWonder why no one is asking the same of MSI Afterburner.