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April 20, 2010 7:17:03 PM

hello everyone

i need help with Ntune ...
my system is XPS730 dell... the system came with 9800GT but few months ago the VGA broken and i replace it with ATI5850
and i got some issue with Ntune

back then i can change CPU voltage + CPU Fans from Nvidia Performance (Ntune)
but now it gray-out ...
here the screenshot http://twitpic.com/1h3vo7

is there a way to fix this out ?

my issue is because ntune sometimes messing CPU Voltage (some times i make rise cpu voltage to 1.50!!)

i know its better not to install ntune on my system
but again i need Nvidia ESA that on Nvidia performance to control LEDs in XPS casing

thanks in advance
April 20, 2010 7:40:51 PM

Did you look for help already on Nvidia's site?
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April 20, 2010 7:46:56 PM

CPU voltage should be adjusted in the BIOS. You can use software such as speedfan to adjust fan speeds.
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April 20, 2010 7:48:45 PM

i did look nvidia site and also nvidia forum
but somehow i cant get registered on nvidia forum (tried to register, but didnt receive confirmation mail)

i also tried to search on google on how to fix this issue
but got no answer yet
the only things i found is there some people got same issue like me
but most people end up getting alternative way instead get the issue fixed
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April 20, 2010 7:57:21 PM

aford10 said:
CPU voltage should be adjusted in the BIOS. You can use software such as speedfan to adjust fan speeds.


yes i know both
i havent tried to set voltage manually on bios yet, but ntune with ESA have capability to change BIOS settings
thus it can override BIOS settings

and i also tried using speedfan , but somehow not working on my system, idk if it conflict with ntune or not
but the fan keep on its rate even i change on speedfan
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April 20, 2010 8:07:43 PM

Try getting rid of ntune, and using the BIOS and speedfan.
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April 20, 2010 9:36:23 PM

aford10 said:
Try getting rid of ntune, and using the BIOS and speedfan.


ok i will try your suggestion, seems ntune just a junk
but like i said, i need ntune/nvidia performance for changing chassis LED
lucky just now i find that dell have Alienware FX that can change LED without using ntune/nperformance
and also there is Dell thermal for changing chassis fan, except the Rear CPU fans... which back then i can control from ntune
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April 20, 2010 9:44:04 PM

If your chasis fans are plugged into the cha_fan ports on the motherboard, speedfan will allow you to control them.
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April 23, 2010 2:57:26 PM

cpu_fan indeed plugged to motherboard
as i can change on ntune before, right now i still can change the speed by manually edit ntune profile data, and load them

seems speedfan get conflict with the ntune idk for sure
but now i ditch ntune like aford1o suggested
and i just using dell thermal software + alienFX software
i still cant control rear cpu fans though.. but everything better than with buggy ntune
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April 23, 2010 3:22:31 PM

I assume you're referring to the rear case fans? They would need to be plugged into your motherboard cha_fan ports.
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