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    Default Re: amdgpu fan speed

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott_Swinyard View Post
    Got amdgpu-fan running on boot. It was supposed to become a service but apparently didn't copy unit file to appropriate place. Looking around all day gave me clue and I found it in /etc/systemd/system/amdgpu-fan.service.

    Thanks for all your help guys.

    It works! Woo Hoo!
    Yes, as per the wiki page I linked to. Glad to read of your progress with this.
    openSUSE Leap 15.0; KDE Plasma 5

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    Default Re: amdgpu fan speed

    You might want "radeon-profile" and "radeon-profile-daemon"

    The github site(s) - and

    There are also prebuilt OpenSUSE repos maintained by another user:

    The GUI thing to do is open yast, add repos, and add the last two links, one at a time, then install both.

    You can then, using Yast again, launch the services manager, enable the new radeon-profile-daemon and then start it, then you can launch the radeon-profile app, and it'll run in the background, and has similar options to AMD's wattman configuration in Windows.

    It works great. I've got a custom fan curve set up, leaving my GPU at "auto" power, but when temps are 40C and below, the fans are totally off, at 65C are 100% on.

    Before I installed this, I noticed that my fan speeds would never increase while gaming in Linux. I once watched my GPU hit 85C and then the display driver crashed. I had to restart.

    edit: Oh, it also allows specific events, and I have one that at 80C, sets my GPU to minimal power, and my fans to 100%, just in case something really bad happens.

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