Created attachment 118454 [details]
Linux 4.2.1 dmesg with master_karol_stable module
The fan speed of the PNY GTX 760 stays at 0% until reaching the critical temperature of 90° C. This happens on the stock nouveau module from 4.2.1, but I will include the git info nonetheless:
Created attachment 118455 [details]
PNY GTX 760 vbios
This patch fixes the problem (sort of), now, however the fan will spin up to be obnoxiously loud. As in: 4000 RPM at 50C!
So sorry I missed this bug report! Thanks for providing the vbios and, above all, testing my patch!
I will have a look at it today or tomorrow morning. There must be a stupid issue but that would be in the common code, which is weird!
You're welcome, I like to help out wherever I can!
Is this bug fixed in recent kernels? (4.5 I think?)
(In reply to Karol Herbst from comment #5)
> Is this bug fixed in recent kernels? (4.5 I think?)
Well, sort of, the fan spins up, but it takes off like a jet engine at a mere 50° C. (I'm using your out-of-tree module currently)
(In reply to daemon32 from comment #6)
> (In reply to Karol Herbst from comment #5)
> > Is this bug fixed in recent kernels? (4.5 I think?)
> Well, sort of, the fan spins up, but it takes off like a jet engine at a
> mere 50° C. (I'm using your out-of-tree module currently)
ahh okay. Well there are some known fan issues left, we try to investigate it as soon as possible.
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