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I am looking for a replacement of my great Obsidian fan control, since there is only a Windows version available and it isn't developed anymore.

 

I only need to set 3 speeds for different threshold temperatures. The fans are constantly running with Linux, even with temperatures <45°C.

 

Nothing sophisticated for benchmarking or similar needed.

 

Running Pop!OS with KDE Plasma

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Maybe try https://github.com/tuxedocomputers/tuxedo-control-center as it works with a few Clevo models they sold.

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Their OS seems to be very interesting as well. KDE Plasma as default environment and good implementation of Nvidia drivers. Maybe i will give this a try as well.

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On 3/3/2023 at 9:13 PM, win32asmguy said:

Maybe try https://github.com/tuxedocomputers/tuxedo-control-center as it works with a few Clevo models they sold.

thanks for posting this , i was asking about something like this in another thread ..

i'm new to linux and i'm using arch !! 

so i know a few basic comands like git clone and makepkg -si  but i failed to install this software .. a little help here to install it if possible.

 

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1 minute ago, i.bakar said:

thanks for posting this , i was asking about something like this in another thread ..

i'm new to linux and i'm using arch !! 

so i know a few basic comands like git clone and makepkg -si  but i failed to install this software .. a little help here to install it if possible.

 

 

Oh well I do not use Arch but I found this in the user repos so maybe it can work?

 

https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/tuxedo-control-center-bin

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Dell Precision 7670 - Intel i9 12950HX, Nvidia 3080 Ti 100W, 32GB DDR5-4800 CAMM, 2TB WD SN850, 16 inch 1920x1200 60hz 45% sRGB, Intel AX211 Wifi, 95Whr Battery, Windows 10 Pro + Fedora 37

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9 minutes ago, win32asmguy said:

 

Oh well I do not use Arch but I found this in the user repos so maybe it can work?

 

https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/tuxedo-control-center-bin

thank you i was able to install it from the AUR store. unfortunately it didnt work for my laptop. but it look like a very organised  software.

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