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Notebook Travelmate p235-m

i3 2348-m (Sandybridge)

HD3000

 

 

che sensori devo mettere in Clover per controllare le temperature?

è possibile regolare la velocità delle ventole oppure è tutto controllato da bios e quindi sto sereno?

Grazie

 

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Te lo dico appena posso riavviare perché ne in sle e nemmeno in efi non la trovo

Ma è comunque possibile gestire, in questo notebook, la velocità delle ventole?

ho messo la versione 6,25 nella efi ma non so che versione stia usando...

 devo ancora creare la chiavetta avviabile con la tua guida

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Nel senso, ho solo le temperature dell'hd e non della cpu o info sulle ventole...e la possibilità, se esiste, di modificarne la velocità. Ma le ventole, a prescindere, vengono gestite dal bios, dal sistema operativo o da cosa?

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se hai la 6.25 in efi...stai usando quella... nella guida trovi anche i sensors

Gengik sai dirmi se mi devo preoccupare per la gestione delle ventole?

 

Ho preparato chiavetta e sto piallando HD per installazione Vanilla!

 

Nb: per il fisso mi tocca aspettare...appartamento nuovo tarda a concretizzarsi...

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