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[Script] Network Speed Check
saywaking posted a topic in Utility ScriptsHi there, this simple Script is checks your Network and determines Download and Upload Speed of your Device. Script: Icon: Name: Network Speed Check Description: "Check your Network Speed" What it does: - Determines Download and Upload Speed - Downloads/Uploads a File and determines Size and Time. - Uses external Speed Checking Service, which provides all the needed stuff. ... What are the benefits?: - Determine your Download and Upload Speed directly on your Xbox 360. -- Better Support through Community. ("Oh look, your Xbox is the bottleneck") - Decide wheter you have enough Down-/Upstream to host a server. ... What to be aware of?: - The results are not always 100% correct. You may have to run this Script multiple times. -- You should compare with services on your PC. The difference can take up to 20%, which is ok. This is normal for a device from 2005. - The results may vary if your location is too far away from the service provider. - The Script can take some time, because it has to download a large file multiple Times. (no Timeout function yet) -- But you should set the amount of down/upload times in the options Menu - If any of these Test crashes, disable them to prevent crash. Then do a report with log-file. ... Is it final?: It's tested and usable, but the Initial Version. Anyone who wants to contribute, can report Bugs, Suggest Features/Fixes or extend by using GitHub or this Thread. ... Where is the download?: You can download it directly to your console via Aurora Repo Browser.
[Solved]Help, how to change Aurora Fan Speed
Doomhead47 posted a topic in Aurora supportHi guys, i recently installed aurora 0.7b, and the issue is that i can't change the fan speeds, keeping the console at 70-80°C, which worries me a lot, since using freestyle i was able to change fan speeds, keeping the console on 50-60°C, can you tell what can i do? Thanks in advance. Edit: I had to press back, go to file explorer, look for something called dashlaunch, once opened, press LB until i saw an option called Target Temperature and set it to 60°C. Save then reboot the console, once done, the fans will keep the console cooler. I used this video as tutorial:
[Script] Temperature Manager
saywaking posted a topic in Utility ScriptsHi, This Script gives you the ability to manage your Console-Temperature directly with Aurora. Script: Icon: Name: Temperature Manager Description: "This script displays and manages your fan speed and target temperatures." What it does: - Displays you the current CPU, GPU, RAM and CASE Temperature in Celcius (°C) - Displays you the current FAN-Speed - The Values are updated every Second (live), without refreshing the Scene - Optional: Sets the Target Temperatures permanently. (requires reboot) - Optional: Sets Fan-Speed temporarily. (lost after reboot) Screens Why did i create this?: Hmm, don't remember. What are the benefits?: - You can watch temperatures live - You can set permanent target Temps (Reboot required) - You can set temporary Fan-Speed (no Reboot required) - You can finally stop for asking Fan-Speed Features Disclaimer Be aware. Even though the given values should be in a safe range, i don't recommend setting anything above 70°C and under 30% Fan-Speed. If your console burns down, i won't help you. Is it final?: It's Version 1.0 Anyone who wants to contribute, can report Bugs, Suggest Features/Fixes or extend by using GitHub or this Thread. Where is the download?: When it's released, with the Aurora Script Repo, you can download it directly to your console. There was a canceled Version: TemperatureManagerCanceledVersion.zip