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I got my watercooling set up last night. I can't get rid of the F1 CPU FAN not found error. I ignored all fan related stuff in the bios and it still comes up. I now have it set to ignore F1 errors, but it still comes up when the bios is loading. I also went and flashed the latest bios from ASUS, still showing the error.

Any ideas on how to fix this?
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post #2582 of 9343
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Originally Posted by Sistum Id View Post
I got my watercooling set up last night. I can't get rid of the F1 CPU FAN not found error. I ignored all fan related stuff in the bios and it still comes up. I now have it set to ignore F1 errors, but it still comes up when the bios is loading. I also went and flashed the latest bios from ASUS, still showing the error.

Any ideas on how to fix this?
Did you plug a fan into the CPU fan header? If you didn't and don't want to, then plug in a fan Y-splitter or fan extension cable into the CPU fan header and the message should go away. It worked for me when i wanted to try my NH-D14 as a passive heastsink. I used the Y-splitter that came with it.
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Originally Posted by Sistum Id View Post
I got my watercooling set up last night. I can't get rid of the F1 CPU FAN not found error. I ignored all fan related stuff in the bios and it still comes up. I now have it set to ignore F1 errors, but it still comes up when the bios is loading. I also went and flashed the latest bios from ASUS, still showing the error.

Any ideas on how to fix this?
Select CPU fan speed, hit enter on it and select as ignore.
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Did you plug a fan into the CPU fan header? If you didn't and don't want to, then plug in a fan Y-splitter or fan extension cable into the CPU fan header and the message should go away. It worked for me when i wanted to try my NH-D14 as a passive heastsink. I used the Y-splitter that came with it.
I have a couple of case fans that are in other fan headers on the motherboard, I could plug anyone of those and it should work?

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Select CPU fan speed, hit enter on it and select as ignore.
Tried that, no go.

Also does this board have a temp sensor to plug a temp probe in? I can't find one.
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TwoCables

I have updated the second post (Overclocking) linking to the original thread at HardOCP and quoted Juan_Jose, the original creator of that thread.

Thanks for letting me know this. I was not aware of it.
Whoa. You have a memory like a steel trap!

Thank you for letting me know. Of course, you are welcome!


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I have found something interesting. I thought for sure I had degraded my 2600K, since it would no longer be stable at previously tested stable Vcore and it would not boot windows no more when Internal PLL Overvoltage was disabled, like it used to do at x50 + multipliers.

It turned out I had disabled the CPU Spread Spectrum feature, and that was causing this. After putting it back at Auto, all was fine again, like it used to be.

So for these boards, CPU Spread Spectrum should not be disabled.
The only time it's wise to disable CPU Spread Spectrum is if you want to start adjusting the BCLK in either direction.


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I remember not being able to stabilize my E8400 OC, UNTIL I disabled spread spectrum. So many things about SB are the opposite of Core 2.
The reason why disabling Spread Spectrum was required back then is because we were overclocking the FSB (the BCLK). So since Sandy Bridge is basically the opposite where now we don't have to touch the BCLK at all, it's best to leave CPU Spread Spectrum enabled. However, if you wanted to make any adjustments to the BCLK in either direction above or below 100.0 MHz, then you should disable CPU Spread Spectrum for the same reason we had to disable it for FSB overclocking.


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Originally Posted by Raptor_Jesus View Post
Okay guys one last question.

I'm about to pull the trigger on a P8P67-Pro board. But one thing that bothers me is the overwhelming amount of DOAs on newegg. I know, I know, newegg reviews aren't something I should take too seriously. but still, its a bit disconcerting still. Opinions?

I also picked up a binned 2600K from Patch here for $260, so I'm a happy man.
Don't worry about it. The reason why it seems like there is a large amount of DOAs is because the board is extremely popular. So the percentage of boards they sell that end up being DOA is still extremely small, except the amount of purchases overall is extremely large which naturally increases the amount of DOAs.

So your chances of getting a DOA are about what they always are. Therefore, I say that you should just confidently place your order and enjoy it!


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Board was version 3.0 (B3 revision obviously), and yeah the cooler was still screwed in. I didn't move it very much at ALL. Probably no more pressure than the cooler does on its own every day anyway.
Which board did you have though?
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Asus P8P67 Pro B3, Rev 3.0. It's in my system lists.
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I had that error to, becouse have H2O for cpu.
But in monitor option, first I didnt see. Under Cpu fan you must hit enter and put it on Ignore.
The first option after MB temperature.

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F12 takes screenshots.
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Having now used the P8P67 Pro plus 2500k processor for a week, I haven't even found a reason to overclock yet! With the dual 560ti's, I can't find a game that runs under 60FPS. With my old x58 and 930 processor, I had to OC to get that performance. I'm completely blown away by how well this MOBO/CPU works.
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F12 takes screenshots.
Yea, wright. Frogot about F12. But where are tan stored those screenshots?
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