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PS3 Fan Control Utility v1.8.1 PS3Mod for PS3 CFW by Alexander Out


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76w ago - Following up on the previous release, today Italian PlayStation 3 developer Alexander has made available PS3 Control Fan Utility 1.8.1 followed by a fixed PKG with the changes below.

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To quote, roughly translated: Italian developer Alexander of PS3Mod updated Control Fan Utility to version 1.8.1. See below for the changelog.

CHANGELOG CONTROL FAN UTILITY 1.8.1

  • Added Payload 4.46
  • Fixed Minor Bug
  • Fully translated into Italian
  • Fixed various problems related to an incorrect display of the language ITA (Thanks Dino05)

Update: Updated to PS3 Fan control utility to Version 1.8.1 Fixed, which works on Habib 4.46. Thanks Estwald (Hermes).

Changelog (1.8.1):

Supports CEX/DEX:

  • 3.41
  • 3.55
  • 4.21
  • 4.30
  • 4.31
  • 4.40
  • 4.41
  • 4.46

Fixed: works on CFW 4.46 Habib and all CFW.




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#54 - wlfwood - 64w ago
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Really? I was under the impression that the fan controller in Iris was more or less the same code as the standalone, and would need an updated payload to work with the new CFW.

#53 - drphuz - 64w ago
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doesn't work. if you really need a fan mod use iris 2.68u. it works good on 4.50

#52 - leghari80 - 64w ago
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waiting for 4.50 support between, anyone tried this with new habib 4.50?

#51 - majid25 - 65w ago
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Anyone know if this would work on rebug 4.30? Curious to see how this runs

#50 - niwakun - 66w ago
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set it fan control in manual mine set to 0x90 all the time, (0x90 might be too loud when it comes to slim models) but your goal here is make your PS3 as low as 62C.

But if you're nosy about the noise, then forget about protecting your PS3 from getting overheat.

 

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