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Old 12-11-2019, 10:25 PM
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Big Grin Commander Pro : Fan speed scale

Any chance we can get a "Per port" scale adjustment for the fans. I should be able to set the min and max for every fan port so I can tailor the curves a bit better.

Thanks for any help Devs!!!!!
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Old 12-12-2019, 01:40 AM
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I'm not sure what you are asking as you can adjust the points of the 3 types of curves for both temperature and speed/revs on a per connected fan port basis. The only limit is the number of points per curve - six.
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Old 12-12-2019, 08:00 PM
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Like if one fan is capable of 300-1500rpm and another can do 800-3500 rpm, the ability to make the scale 100-2000rpm on one fan, and 500-4000 on another. Or if you don't have any fans that go above 3000rpm, to cut off that scale at 3000.
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Old 12-12-2019, 08:10 PM
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Like if one fan is capable of 300-1500rpm and another can do 800-3500 rpm, the ability to make the scale 100-2000rpm on one fan, and 500-4000 on another. Or if you don't have any fans that go above 3000rpm, to cut off that scale at 3000.
I doubt that a Commander Pro can work out what speeds your fans are capable of. What I have asked for in the past is the ability to set the points of the graph for a PWM percentage rather than simply a finite speed i.e. 30% for 28°C, 40% for 35°C, etc. That would save me having a group of profiles defined for 120mm fans and another for 140mm fans.
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I think a lot of us would like to see the graphs scale better, although we are normally referring to the dashboard and device values. You can make your like easier by typing in the two boxes on the left of the fan curve, rather than trying to drag the points around. I did that for the first few weeks. Never again.
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