Delivery Time: 1~24 hours
How to download: Official download
Note: The Windows version only supports dual-system Windows systems installed on Macs.
Macs Fan Control for Mac allows you to monitor and control almost any aspect of your computer's fans, with support for controlling fan speed, temperature sensors pane, menu-bar icon, and autostart with system option. Works on Windows as well (Boot Camp). Macs Fan Control for macOS is a software solution to noise problems such as those caused by iMac HDD replacement, or overheating problems like those found on a MacBook Pro.
Why Use Macs Fan Control?
There are two primary reasons for creating a custom fan profile:
You replaced a component in your Mac (such as a drive or graphics card), and the old temperature sensors were damaged or no longer measure the temperature correctly. Use Macs Fan Control to set a fan speed limit to prevent a fan from revving up beyond what is needed.
You use your Mac in a noise-sensitive environment, such as a recording studio. Use Macs Fan Control to silence your Mac for a short period by preventing the fans from spinning up beyond a preset limit.
The User Interface
No matter how you use this app, the controls and layout are easy to use and navigate. The main window has two panes:
The first shows the fans and their speeds. A control section lets you create custom settings for each fan.
The second pane shows the temperature of each thermal sensor. This uncluttered interface displays pertinent information at a glance.
To take control of a fan, click the Custom button next to the desired fan to display the Fan control panel. Then, select how to control the fan:
Constant RPM: Set the RPM manually. The fan spins at the desired speed regardless of temperature or sensor values.
Sensor-based value: Select the sensor to use. Then, define the low-end temperature at which the fan speed will increase and the high-end temperature at which the fan is set to maximum RPM.
How to control your Mac fans
Download and install Macs Fan Control from MacUpdate.
Launch the app and you will then have access to the fans and be able to see the temperatures of the components inside your Mac.
Under "Control" click "Custom" and you can then use a slider to change the fan control on your Mac".