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ATI Tool forgets fan settings, after resuming from a suspend(S3)

Discussion in 'ATITool' started by KarlMorley, Jul 23, 2005.

  1. KarlMorley New Member

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    I am using the ATI Tool to reduce the fan noise of my X800 XL through the Fan Control option. I set the option ‘Dynamic based on GPU temperature’ and change the first setting below 65C to 19%. This is great and even stopped me from returning my video card due to the original noise. If I switch the computer off & on the ATI Tool correctly resets the fan speed, but if I put the computer into a suspend mode(S3) and later resume, the ATITool resets the fan speed back to the original software defaults 54% . Is anyone else having this problem ?

    My setup is:
    Windows XP SP2
    Shuttle SN95G5V2
    Connect 3D X800 XL
    ATI Tool Version 0.24
    ATI Catayst 5.6
     
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    DR.Death New Member

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    config your fan setting and then shutdown your computer and start it back up the try it
     
  3. KarlMorley New Member

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    Try that doesn't work, reinstalled the software and tried again still doesn't work. I have now got this working with an alternative software called 'ATI Tray Tools'.

    Thanks anyway.
     
  4. IsaacS New Member

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    I also have this problem and have posted a thread about it.
     
  5. W1zzard

    W1zzard Administrator Staff Member

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    this is a known issue and is caused by the catalyst drivers .. the next version of atitool changes a lot of internals, i'll try to get it fixed
     

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