Using Argus Monitor you control all fans that are connected to supported hardware (like most SuperIO chips on your motherboard, AIO cooling solutions by Corsair/NZXT or some separate fan controller. You can set fixed fan control values or configure control curves to control them based on any temperature source, like CPU or GPU temperature, HDD/SSD temperatures or temperature readings from motherboard or AIO sensor channels.
With the multi controller feature, you can have multiple controllers run in parallel for every fan and then use the maximum control value to set the fan speed.
Also available are fan profiles (presets you can switch between using the GUI or hotkeys) and options like hysteresis, temperature averaging over time or rate limits to keep the fan speeds as steady as possible.
Use our sidebar gadget to have information about the state of your hardware available on your desktop.
Many values can be configured to be visible as tray icons, making them available at a glance without the need to open the program GUI.
Additional optional display of battery charge indicator on Notebook computers.
With our open hardware project Argus Controller you can add additional custom temperature sensors and fan control channels within the program.
We define a communication protocol and provide a sample circuit diagram plus firmware for the technically inclined of our users with the interest to solder their own fan control devices.
No subscription — once your license period has ended you will still be able to use all versions of Argus Monitor released previous to the expiration of your license.
An renewal of your Argus Monitor license is only required if you want to use newer versions of Argus Monitor that are released after your initial license period is over.