20w ago - Following up on PS3ITA Manager v1.20, today Italian PlayStation 3 developer Rancid-o has updated his fork of the PS3 homebrew application Iris Manager to PS3ITA Manager v1.30 with the changes outlined below.
IMPORTANT NOTE: fan control mode is not active by default (mode "# SYSCON"). To activate it enter in the menu "Tools", "Control Fan & USB Wakeup" and choose your preferred mode ("# By User" or "payload").
Possibility of make "permanent" the console id inserted by keyboard on screen (ONLY FOR CFW 4.41 DEX).
NOTE: the console id will be set automatically when you boot the console, is not necessary start ps3ita manager after every boot (ONLY CFW 4.41 DEX PS3ITA).
It possible lower the fan speed in mode "# By User" up to 0x33 (What highly NOT recommended anyway).
Possibility also further lower the values of the mode "Payload".
Some translation files were saved by mistake with ISO encoding, because of this some accented characters were not displayed.
Now everything should be fine.
Updated language "CHINESE_SIMPLIFIED" and CHINESE_TRADITIONAL. Thanks to "Liqianyu"!
You can now display a total of 1024 games (there were 512 in the previous version). Not tested.
Fixed payload 4.46.
A simple transcription error did not work properly it.
Fixed some problems with mode disc-less (with cfw 4.21 cex and 4.30 cex not work properly).
Thanks to "Liqianyu" for reporting both problems!!
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Its because fan control utility in iris is working in background..if its too noisy u can modify its settings in tools-fan control utility, but should be careful not to keep too low values...
to check directly temp and noise you can use estwald's latest fan control utility after starting and exiting iris or mm.. in fan control utility you can change speed and check its effect on temp and noise which you will like.. note it and then put it in iris fan settings (always a bit higher to be safe as in games it could be much higher and there's diff settings for diff temp you can choose)...