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    NoteBook FanControl Alternatives

    NoteBook FanControl is described as 'This software detects and optionally controls speed of CPU fan of many PC-Systems. Furthermore you are able to configure the handling of the EC-registers on your own (risk). To determine the EC-registers use e.g. software like "rw everything"' and is a Fan Speed Tool in the System & Hardware category. There are five alternatives to NoteBook FanControl for Windows and Linux. The best alternative is SpeedFan, which is free. Other great apps like NoteBook FanControl are CoreCtrl (Free, Open Source), FanControl by Rem0o (Free), FanCtrl (Free, Open Source) and thinkfan (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated May 21, 2022
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    This software detects and optionally controls speed of CPU fan of many PC-Systems. Furthermore you are able to configure...
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    1. SpeedFan is a program that monitors voltages, fan speeds and temperatures in computers with hardware monitor chips. SpeedFan can even access S.M.A.R.T. info and show hard disk temperatures. SpeedFan supports SCSI disks too.

      Discontinued

      The developer promised new versions, but the program seems to be no longer updated. Latest version, 4.52, released in June 2016, can be still downloaded from the official website.

    2. CoreCtrl is a Free and Open Source GNU/Linux application that allows you to control with ease your computer hardware using application profiles. It aims to be flexible, comfortable and accessible to regular users.


    3. Monitor system temperatures and control system and GPU fans.
    4. FanCtrl is a software that allows you to automatically control the fan speed on your PC.
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      Thinkfan is a simple, lightweight fan control program. Originally designed specifically for IBM/Lenovo Thinkpads, it now supports any kind of system via the sysfs hwmon interface (/sys/class/hwmon). It is designed to eat as little CPU power as possible.
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