Why give up?
I mean their software is quite capable of doing it, especially since it's designed to run with their hardware.
Laptops especially, which is where my problem lays. I have 1600quid laptop that can't adjust fan curves, yet if i got a base model RoG I can have that control. That right there is absolute nonsense lol
The beauty with most desktops is there are other means of using fan controls, on laptops it's a little more awkward, or so google is telling me. Hence me appealing to ASUS here.
I gave up because it doesnt work to my liking. I get tired of fans ramping all the time as the hysteresis sucks. I can control my liquid temp with a min of 28C and a max of 32C and if its 28 or below they run at minimum speed and when the liquid starts warming up they slowly ramp up as they should until max power at 32C which I seldom hit. I tried 42 different ways from Sunday with ASUS fan control and no matter how I set the curves and what I used as a reference up and down and up and down and up and down and up and down......lather rinse repeat. Aquaero and problem solved. The ASUS did the same with my pumps too. When I wanted them to stay at set speeds they still were all over the place. Watching my flow meter at idle would make me dizzy, again....aqauaero and problem solved. Yes it get pricey but and a BIG BUT.....it works flawlessly!
My condolences for being stuck with it on a laptop.