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I want to switch from Ubuntu to Debian. I've got Debian up and running and everything is going pretty smooth. However, while Ubuntu nicely regulated my GPU fan speed as ...
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    GPU Fan Speed Regulation


    I want to switch from Ubuntu to Debian. I've got Debian up and running and everything is going pretty smooth. However, while Ubuntu nicely regulated my GPU fan speed as needed (i.e. when working on a regular desktop environment it slows down the GPU speed to the point where you can't really hear it anymore). Debian doesn't seem to do this though, which means that the fan always seems to be running at maximum speed, which of course equals a lot of unwanted/unnecessary noise.

    So, how can I set up my GPU to auto-regulate like it does in Ubuntu?

    edit: Forgot to mention that I have a Nvidia card.

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    Nevermind. The problem fixed itself after I installed the proprietary Nvidia drivers.

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