admin on August 28th, 2009

smcFanControl 2.2.2 should be fully compatible with the final release of OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard). There are no known issues.

9 Responses to “smcFanControl 2.2.2 is Snow Leopard compatible”

  1. I love the app. I was wondering if there’s a tweak to increase the low range of the fan speeds based on temperature readings from the sensors so the app can try to reach a target temperature. Say I would like to keep my mac components running less than 115f, could the fans increase speed till the temp drops to 115f?

  2. Would be nice to have a 64bit build of smcFanControl for Snow Leopard too.

    Thanks for the great software!

  3. Good news – any estimate on when it might be available? My fan is going a bit mental on my MBP.


  4. It does not seem to be working for me under snow leopard. The app executes and displays the temp and speed in the bar, but changing the Fan Speed does not seem to change the fans at all.

  5. Nevermind, I closed and redownloaded and launched – working great. Thanks for a great app.

  6. It does not work on my Jan 2008 MacBook Pro.
    When opening, it asks for admin pw, then nothing happens. Even no sign of crash or app load.
    Yet as of the install, after every wakeup from sleep the computer ask for the admin pw. Though I can press cancel and start working… strange.

  7. Sorry I am stupid. It is working fine, besides the pw issue.

  8. Thanks for the app, first i thought it was not gonna work with the latest Mac Pro + Snow Leopard, but i just tried and it seems to work great, my cores were getting 90Cº! Now they are running on ±60C with 2500RPM 🙂

  9. Yeahh it is fully compatible!!

    Thanks a lot for your work