I USE NvAPI_GPU_ClientFanCoolersGetInfo from NVAPI R430-NDA. Now I get the newest R530-DEVELOPER Package, but can’t find the same function.
To access the NvAPI_GPU_ClientFanCoolersGetInfo function, you would need app cloner full to refer to the Nvidia API documentation and SDK for the specific version you are using. You can find the documentation and SDK on the Nvidia Developer website at developer nvidia com.
to use this function,you will need to have the NVIDIA System Management Interface software installed on your computer. You can download the latest version of this software from the NVIDIA website: System Management Interface SMI | NVIDIA Developer.
Once you have installed the NVIDIA System Management Interface software, you can access the NvAPI_GPU_ClientFanCoolersGetInfo function by using the nvidia-smi command-line tool. The exact syntax and usage of this command will depend on the operating system and version of the NVIDIA system managment interface software you are using.
Furthermore, to access the NvAPI_GPU_ClientFanCoolersGetInfo function, you would need app cloner full 3 to refer Nvidia API documentation and SDK for the specific version you are using.
I’ve been using the NVAPI and recently transitioned from the R430-NDA package to the newer R530-DEVELOPER Package. I’ve come across a bit of a challenge. In the R430 package, I was using pinterest downloader the
NvAPI_GPU_ClientFanCoolersGetInfo function, but I can’t seem to find the equivalent function in the R530 package. It’s possible that the function might have been renamed, deprecated, or replaced in this version.
I think it is only part of the NDA package like 90% of all the useful NvAPI functions are…