Adding a fan slider to your NVIDIA Driver

If you are using Linux there is a way to “uplift” the driver to provide a fan speed slider so that you can increase fan rpm and cooling. On Ubuntu Linux you can do:
1. sudo nvidia-xconfig –cool-bits=4
2. reboot
3. launch nvidia-settings from command line or from the “Dash Home”.
4. click on “Thermal Settings” for your GPU.
5. Note the “enable gpu fan settings checkbox” and the fan slider.

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