What is temperature hysteresis MSI Afterburner?

What is temperature hysteresis MSI Afterburner?

Temperature hysteresis allows the fan speed to “float” as the GPU cools. A setting of five or 10 degrees is recommended, and means the fan will allow the GPU to cool by this amount before switching to a lower fan speed. This helps prevent fluctuating speeds as the temperature crosses the thresholds on the graph.

What does temperature hysteresis mean?

Hysteresis is the ranges of increases and decreases of a reading of energy (?) Temperatures raise and fall in a fluid motion, so hysteresis setting is the amount of narrowness or wideness of temperature readings. For example, you want your room to be at a constant room temp.

Is increasing fan speed dangerous?

As long as the noise doesn't bother you, yes it is fine. The colder the better. If you can stand the fans at 100% all the time you could even do that.

Can you adjust GPU fan speed?

Click the "GPU" icon, and then click the "Cooling" slider control and slide it to a value between zero and 100 percent. The fan slows down or speeds up automatically, depending on your setting.

What is the best fan curve?

Set it to 0% when it's 25 degrees C or less. Have it go up to 20% fan speed at 35 degrees. 40% at 55 degrees. 80% at 80 degrees, and 100% at 85 degrees.

Will Case Fans reduce CPU temp?

Having case fans will help with CPU temperature. For every fan, though, there is diminishing returns. Two fans is good enough in most cases (literally and figuratively).

How do I adjust the fan curve in BIOS?

Use the arrow keys on your keyboard to scroll through the BIOS menu to the "Monitor," "Status" or other similarly named submenu (this will also vary slightly by manufacturer). Select the "Fan Speed Control" option from the submenu to open the fan controls.

What is a good fan RPM?

You can aim for around 75% speed at say 60C if your fans are too loud at max RPM.