Originally Posted by hanko panko
MM runs fine on my system. No problems here.
Maybe you can challenge the knowledgable author to extend his tool a bit. I would like to be able to control fan speed. I would like to set it this way:
- below 56c: always on in Low gear
- above 56c: always on in high gear
Any ideas, guys?
Even I don't think he can or will do so, I can ask him next time if something like that would maybe theoretically be possible.
First of all I think the MM author doesn't have any Clevo/Sager Notebook (AFAIK) and his MM tool is thus more meant for a general wider common notebook audience and so not programmed especially for Clevos/Sagers in mind. Next I personally doubt somehow that you can regulate the Clevo fans in a well behaving manner just via ACPI function calls. I can imagine that Clevo uses here some other own way to regulate the fans of it's notebooks. However, I'am not sure for this and maybe I'am wrong here....who knows for sure and can tell us (?)...
Also as Pyrobob83 said, maybe Hendrik is much ahead here with a possible solution and thus we should first see if Hendrik has some solution on the horizon...
ADDON: another point which just comes to my mind is, that you may loose your Clevo/Sager warranty when you tweak the fan speeds with non-Clevo permissions, tools or the like. Since if things here are not done in a well behaving manner (not programmed correctly and fool proved) you may destroy more of your build in hardware via possible overheating than getting any other advantages.
I usually also wonder why Clevo/Sager don't provide own fool prove tools here, which would allow the enduser to regulate the fans ..say... in some approved temp vs. speed range. - But maybe they know why they don't and thus are protecting people from killing their machines...