fan control

  1. Franconian_Witchcraft

    Read sensor values (fan speed, temperature) from nct6792 chipset?

    Hi, is it possible to read sensor values (fan speed, temperature) from nct6792 chipset in FreeBSD? I'd like to watch the fan speed and send an alarm e-mail when the fan fails. Linux has a driver for it and can show values: # sensors coretemp-isa-0000 Adapter: ISA adapter Package id 0: +27.0°C...
  2. R

    Solved Control over the fans of a desktop PC with strong graphical capabilities

    Hi, Reading some threads it seems that it is difficult to control the fans of a desktop. More specific I mean a desktop with a strong graphical card and a lot of extra fans to cool the CPU and the complete desktop. If the manufacturet of the desktop did not built software for FreeBSD, it...
  3. freebsd_user

    How to write bits in EC of a laptop?

    Hi, I am a new user trying to make FreeBSD my daily driver. Apparently, the only thing is now stopping me to use it as daily driver is unable to control the fan. I am using Gigabyte Aero 10th Gen Intel Core i7 with NVIDIA GTX 1660Ti card. I was surprised when everything was working fine out of...
  4. T

    fan control for Sun Blade 1000?

    Recently I revived my Sun Blade 1000 workstation. It still runs FreeBSD 8.2 from 2011: tingo@blade1k$ uname -a FreeBSD 8.2-STABLE FreeBSD 8.2-STABLE #0: Sun Aug 21 23:15:09 CEST 2011 sparc64 If I have a working CD-burner I...
  5. T

    Solved CPU fan speed running at full speed despite system being 100% idle

    On a FreeBSD 12.1 install (powerd enabled and running), the CPU fan speed is at 100% even though top is indicating the system is 100% idle. If I do sysctl -a | grep cpu, I see the CPU frequency is the lowest (800MHz). As for the cx_usage, I see 100% 0% 0% on both cores. The CPU heat sink...
  6. Pummelchen

    Lenovo T520 CPU Fan too slow at Mode 7

    Hello, on a old Lenovo T520 I noticed that to set the CPU fan to .. sysctl sysctl dev.acpi_ibm.0.fan_level=7 .. results into an RPM of ca. 3300 where as the fan max is in the 5500+ area. In Windows with tpfancontrol the max rpm's can be set. I will test this issue with...