Clevo ECView 5.5

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    aqd Notebook Enthusiast

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    @wingman4ever: yes for fan profile. The included ecview.dll also contains functions to detect CPU temperature, so it'd be very easy to write your own auto fan control.

    I'll post here when my EC dies. No problem so far.






    UPDATE: fixed icon leak problem in ClevoECView2; It should no longer quits automatically after a few hours now.
     
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    Problems: I encountered twice when my laptop monitor is dimmed automatically and once it shutdowns itself - note it's a normal shutdown not crash, both like initiated by me but I didn't do anything. Not sure if this has to do with ecview....

    Good news: I found in the latest hotkey driver there are many device-related calls such as SetCPUFANControl, GetCPUtemp, GetCPUtempThermalIC, etc on Clevo WMI. So they could be used instead of the currently outdated and dangerous ECView. I'll make it when I have time...


    Confirmed the latest hotkey driver / WMI: I can read rpms of the first fan (probably doesn't work for multiple fans) but I can't set anything and most readings are either 0 or 65535.
     
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