Originally Posted by Tellerve
hm, you mean disable them by using a profile generated by RMClock? As it is windows xp is doing the fans as far as I can tell, as I haven't checked the box that would allow those profiles to work in RMClock. I did do it once but it didn't seem to work, although I didn't give it a lot of time.
I'll tinker with it some more for sure, but I don't mind the occasional fan, although I wonder how much juice the fans use...I wouldn't figure too much, but I dunno.
Also, does anyone know what the safe temps for ram is? My ram is often the hottest thing listed, but whenever it gets a bit "too" hot, mid to high 60s C the cpu is usually close and the fans turn on and they also start going down.
60c is not bad at all most notebook go up to 75ishC
its safe to say u can turn your fans of in the ulitilty http://www.diefer.de/i8kfan/
Keep it off most of the time. I keep my firned off 95 or 96 percent of the time and when gaming i dont have it com e on till about to 10-15 min and it still goes off and on. His is undervolted the same as your. Acutally i think it is a little less! Ill report his volting after i play with doom 3
Also always put it on portable/laptop there is no reed for max preformance! Portable/laptop does it all for u! IF i was you windows does a horrible job with fans! donwload speedswitch xp and do dynamic switching and mkae sure using the http://www.diefer.de/i8kfan/
utility that the fans are off during easy to moderate even photshop tasks, becuase to tell you the truth it really is unnessary if your computer is undervolted to have the fans come one during those tasks! Only if your computer oes beyond 75ish the fans shoudl come one and you can set it in that utility but make sure its on low as high it really isnt need because your under-volted!