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I8kfangui windows 10 64 bit. I8kfanGUI (x64) 3.1
I8kfanGUI is a graphical Windows application to show the internal temperatures and to control the fan operation on the Dell. The latest version of the program is supported on PCs running Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10/11, both 32 and bit. From the developer: I8kfanGUI.
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Last reply by tgsmith Unsolved. Start a Discussion. This app works great on my laptop. I thought I’d try it on my XPS aka. Demension to see how it would hold up. Is there a similar app out there geared for Desktops? All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic.
Replies 4. It is only available to system integrators to optimize fan speeds in various chassis configurations. Hope this info helps. If you play around with fan speeds, please be careful to avoid damage to your CPU. Thanks, I’ll check these out. Looking for Information I found Your message. Thank You for Your comment. Although I have read a post or two where I8kfanGUI has been installed on a Vostro , no one could come up with appropriate temperature settings. Additionally, users of Nvidia graphics should go into BIOS setup and disable LCD panel expansion; display scaling greatly slows down Windows setup, as the visual effects take much longer to process when panel expansion is enabled.
On my Intel graphics system, I had been using Windows 10 since build in late December Even on such an early build, I encountered few problems. A since-fixed bug involving the keyboard status lights not working did affect my system. I upgraded to build via Windows Update, which resolved the keyboard issue.
The graphics driver can be obtained through Windows Update; alternatively, the Intel GM driver for Windows 7 can be downloaded here from Intel’s website. The driver works in Windows 8. If not, run it in Compatibility Mode for Windows 7. While Intel’s chipset graphics struggle with just about any 3D game, performance in Windows is acceptable and all visual effects are snappy. The Nvidia graphics system was not as compliant.
The recommended Dell display driver R , using Nvidia Forceware Metro apps are not stable, and crash upon starting; this includes Edge.
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