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No. The board only allows two separate controls: cpu, and chassis. All headers in each grouping share a speed setting.

Also, I doubt it can be used to turn a fan off. Certainly the CPU doesn't allow it -- it can't go lower than 35% which is a limit imposed by the board. The chassis ones can go lower, but I don't think reducing power until the fan can't turn itself is a safe way to disable a fan.
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post #6132 of 7108
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Originally Posted by harlen View Post

No. The board only allows two separate controls: cpu, and chassis. All headers in each grouping share a speed setting.

Also, I doubt it can be used to turn a fan off. Certainly the CPU doesn't allow it -- it can't go lower than 35% which is a limit imposed by the board. The chassis ones can go lower, but I don't think reducing power until the fan can't turn itself is a safe way to disable a fan.

Hmm. Well the fan header grouping makes sense.
But I would swear by my life that the GZ bios has settings in there which allows to set the fan min and max duty cycles from 0-100% according to temperature.
And wut, how does it hurt the fan if I reduce power to make the fan stop, it's like saying that an engine of a car will damage if I turn it off biggrin.gif

Also I haven't noticed any degradation on the fans in my HTPC, which turn off when cpu or hdd temp drop below certain treshold.

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Seriously considering the ASUS Maximus IV Gene-Z/GEN3 (primarily because it's an atx with SLI) and asus. But I was curious it has a single ps2 port and I love my focus 7200 keyboard with built in trackball (both kb & tb are ps2). Has anyone had any issues using two ps2 devices (kb and mouse) via a ps2 cable splitter at the same time?

I know ps2 is archaic but nothing compares to this keyboard for FPS's.
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Anyone having issues with the optical out on this board? I'm using the original 0402 BIOS.

I'm using Turtle Beach DX12s with the DSS2 sound processor. When I use the sound system on my Xbox 360 for Netflix/games, it sounds great. But for some reason I keep getting crackling sounds when it's plugged into my Gen3. And the equalizer light on the DSS2 keeps turning off, as if it thinks I'm unplugging the optical cable.
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Anyone having issues with the optical out on this board? I'm using the original 0402 BIOS.
I'm using Turtle Beach DX12s with the DSS2 sound processor. When I use the sound system on my Xbox 360 for Netflix/games, it sounds great. But for some reason I keep getting crackling sounds when it's plugged into my Gen3. And the equalizer light on the DSS2 keeps turning off, as if it thinks I'm unplugging the optical cable.

I use both the 3.5mm jacks (headphone) and the optical (Logitech Z-5500) and both are crystal clear. Using bios 0902 and Soundblaster software. I do know that if the optical isn't being used (no output) it turns itself off. Try playing some music, when plugged in.
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He switched from a HAF 922 to the Define Mini,

Now we know what the pic is all about
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Just flashed to 3305 before reading this thread. Boy do I regret it, even at default values (F5, full auto), I am getting constant BSODs.

I saw a mention of flashing back to the pre 33xx bios, anyone have a 'windows' friendly way of doing it?

Thanks!
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Just flashed to 3305 before reading this thread. Boy do I regret it, even at default values (F5, full auto), I am getting constant BSODs.
I saw a mention of flashing back to the pre 33xx bios, anyone have a 'windows' friendly way of doing it?
Thanks!

There are no windows friendly way to do downgrade, but my guide I wrote is pretty easy, linux mint 12 is very windows-like.
 
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Just flashed to 3305 before reading this thread. Boy do I regret it, even at default values (F5, full auto), I am getting constant BSODs.
I saw a mention of flashing back to the pre 33xx bios, anyone have a 'windows' friendly way of doing it?
Thanks!

Wait, can anyone confirm that the older BIOS revisions can OC more stable? It seems like 1.472v is a lot for a 2600K to be stable at 4.8GHz, but that's what it's taking right now for my gene-z flashed with the latest bios
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