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My understanding and what I have looked for/found in the BIOS as well as read online and in the manual is that there is no way to control the SYS_FAN header on this specific mobo. The CPU_FAN can be controlled by BIOS, but not the SYS_FAN. Funny thing is that the SYS_FAN is a 4-pin header, but the 4th pin is shown in the manual as RESERVE so it must have been intended to be a PWM but for whatever reason the final product did not include Speed Control. It does have SENSE, so I can get the rpm's via BIOS or SpeedFan if I have it plugged into the mobo, but then it does not provide enough juice to start the fan on the low setting. The only fan option in BIOS is CPU Smart Fan Control which when enabled allows the user to set it at Auto, Voltage or PWM.
It should be providing 12v, per the manual but from a couple of Google searches on the subject, there are plenty of others that have issues with a fan not starting when plugged into the SYS_FAN header, not just on the TJ08-E. I have tried SpeedFan but I have not been able to control the fan by software. I may not be using SpeedFan correctly so I'll have to try playing with it more to see if I am missing something.
I may just replace it with a Phobya 180mm or a Noctua 140mm and try that.

I am having almost the exact same problem as you with a different gigabyte motherboard but since the problem is with the sys_fan header not providing enough juice then why would you get a different fan? wouldn't you most likely have the same problem? I'm planning on just buying a molex->3-pin fan adapter since my power supply doesn't have 3-pin fan hookups. They cost a couple of dollars tops. This way the fan gets full voltage and I can modulate the speed with the switch.

Also, when I look in speedfan, the speed reads as 636rpm for the front fan when on high. I believe that the front fan should be at either 700 or 1200 rpm when working correctly. This makes me think that even though the fan is spinning in high mode it's still not spinning properly. The fan also makes some intermittent chirping noises which again makes me think something's not quite right. I'm going the molex->3-pin adapter route and will report back when I get it.
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YEAH I finally finished my build! Here are the pics of TJ08-E.... I'm super excited and sad at the same time. The Brand new OCZ PSU went bad (tested the computer with another psu and ran fine), so unfortunately I have the disassemble all the wiring tomorrow.... ugghhhh. It does run for a short period of time with the OCZ, but it randomly turns off.

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Enough room for 1 hard drive and 1 solid state drive on bottom 3.5inch bay. I <3 this case! Now I know I have plenty of room to make a custom watercooling system in the future.
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This case is great and has plenty of space. Even with the Hard drive cage in I have plenty of space, but I took it out for aesthetics.
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Oh and here is my idle temps with this build.

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Whenever I try to find a product online I use Staticice, I believe they have an American website too. g.php
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YEAH I finally finished my build! Here are the pics of TJ08-E.... I'm super excited and sad at the same time. The Brand new OCZ PSU went bad (tested the computer with another psu and ran fine), so unfortunately I have the disassemble all the wiring tomorrow.... ugghhhh. It does run for a short period of time with the OCZ, but it randomly turns off.

Very nice, Copper. I really like the colour scheme thumb.gif It does look aesthetically better with the cage out, but I hear it can actually improve the air flow with it in.
    
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Very nice, Copper. I really like the colour scheme thumb.gif It does look aesthetically better with the cage out, but I hear it can actually improve the air flow with it in.

Very true.... I said that on video review I made for the case, but I really don't need the extra cooling. The case runs cool already. I got a cool little time lapse of the case being built too.On a side note I hate cable management, so I'm dreading having to do it again lol.

I think my only complaint is the stock fan is a lil bit loud. I plan on buying some case insulation like a fellow owner did. It isn't annoying when it's below you, but I currently have it sitting on the desk next to me and it gets a lil bit annoying when I'm not listening to music or playing something.
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And there is my final build. I decide to go for a8-3850 and asus FM1A75-M PRO mobo.
I will wait for GENE-Z/GEN3 and new 22nm processor and some graphic PCI3.0 in the future.

Thanks!
post #558 of 7172
I just wanna ask for the tj08-e fellow owners if prolimatech genesis can be installed in our beloved case?.share your thoughts please..rolleyes.gif

Here's mine:

with modded sidepanel.
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post #559 of 7172
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I just wanna ask for the tj08-e fellow owners if prolimatech genesis can be installed in our beloved case?.share your thoughts please..rolleyes.gif
Here's mine:
with modded sidepanel.
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It's so amazing looks!
What is your spec btw?

My is:
Processor: AMD A8-3850 2.9
Mobo: Asus FM1A75-M PRO
Memory: Corsair 2x4GB cas7
SSD: Corsair 120GB Force GT
Power Supply: Corsair AX750
CPU Cooler: Corsair H40
ODD: Samsung DVD

And my mods are AcoustiPack™ LITE (APL) Soundproof material, as well as NZXT Sleeved LED Kit Red
post #560 of 7172
Thanks to you guys (crackheadkid+Magn) I'll be starting my build by next week.

Will definately +rep for you guys soon. Have some reading to do smile.gif
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