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editing fanspeed

axed

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I have a 9500GT that I would like to edit the fan speed. I got a new heatsink/fan for the graphics card, but the new fan does not spin fast enough. I need to change the fanspeed to higher rpm. In windows, I used the nvidia control panel to set the fan speed, but I have a hackintosh and cannot use any Windows software programs, so I need to manually edit the fanspeed in the BIOS. I saved the bios file with gpu-z and tried to edit the fanspeed with nibitor, but all the fan settings are grayed out. I was wondering what I am doing wrong here?
 

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How many pins come off of the GPU fan? If it's two, there is no fan control.
 

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How many pins come off of the GPU fan? If it's two, there is no fan control.
There was two pins on the original fan and also the replacement fan, I am able to control the fanspeed through nvidia control panel, but this is not an option for me when I am using OS X. According to gpu-z, the default fanspeed runs at 30%. I would like to change the fan speed to a higher speed.
 
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