@enjourni : a minor increase of your fans' rpm from the default value is pretty harmless. of-course bumping it up to twice the default speed is ridiculous, but increasing it 200, 300 or even 500 rpm, is actually beneficial in certain circumstances, especially on some early macbook pros (and other mac laptops).
this program should not be used as a permanent solution for frequent crashes though. if your mac is getting too hot and you're experiencing kernel panics or your system freezes, that is most likely an issue with the logic board.
on the other hand, if your mac is in good shape, a small increase of your fans' rpm speed does no harm.
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