Okay so I know people were going to want to know does Afterburner suceed too where Wattman does not? Well I can confirm that yes it does. The fan works just groovy! Same thing as with Trixx. I uninstalled Trixx, loaded up Afterburner set my settings the same and yup Afterburner working like a champ!
Aferburner doesn't show as clearly the fan at zero with that graph. So I'm showing this too.
Oh my fan curve in Afterburner. Working no issues so far.
RX 580 - same problem. Getting pretty sick of this. Rly guys there are buttload of fan-control programs - is that so hard to copy it?
U r not using the manual mode with fanspeed curve adjusting. That's the whole point of the conversation. Zero rpm works only with auto-mod making the curve mode pointless.
glad you found a work around but you shouldn't need to rely on a third party fan controller. amd must have tasked the new guy to write code for the 2019 drivers. everyone else must be busy working on the new 7nm...lol
I still have the same problem on AORUS RX580 8GB. Did an update to 19.1.1 and zero RPM was working until I changed RPM curve.
PS. Does anyone use AORUS Graphics Engine? Does it allow manual setup of fans?
We addressed an issue in 19.1.1 relating to Zero Fan mode.
In order for Zero fan mode to work, the Fan and Temperature settings should be left at default values (automatic). If you switch to manual and or make adjustments, Zero fan mode will be dsiabled.
I'm sorry Mr. Matt, but that's just not good enough.
In 18.12 everything worked even with the custom fan curve, and NO, I don't like the default 75C fan curve because it's just too much heat and my NVMe is just below the GPU. I just want normal temperatures on my GPU because I have a huge cooler on it (Gigabyte RX 580 XTR) and it's a very good cooler but you are just killing everything with your fan curve and your Zero Fan mode. It worked before, why isn't it working now???