Autofan too slow at startup


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So, it seems that the autofan script starts the GPU fan at the lowest setting, and then gradually increases the RPM. But this process is way too slow when the minimum fan setting is low (say 20%) and target temperature is high (say 72 degrees). Maybe it would be better to start the fans at max speed at startup and then work the RPM downwards instead? If done this way, in reverse, the miner won’t have to stop several times before stabilizing. Please have a look at my image to see what I mean!

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