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I'm trying to max out the fan on my AMD Stock Cooler, Is there a built in heat sensor somewhere on the fan? because I can't seem to get it any higher than 4000RPM, I had it running at 6000RPM just a minute ago, but it went back to 4000RPM as my CPU went back under 60C.

Got everything set to max in the BIOS, and now using the FAN control in AI Suite which does nothing, even though it's set to 100%
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get a cheap fan controller for a few bucks then put it on max
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There must be a way, I'm pretty sure that the fan has a built in Thermal Sensor that regulates it's self
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Just snapped one of the thermal sensors off the fan, and it's still blowing at 3540RPM, whilst I wanting it to run at 6800RPM
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anyone?
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Did you remove the pwm wire?
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Did you remove the pwm wire?
No, I only managed to snapped off the thermal sensor which was sitting underneath the fan.
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You need to connect both sides of the wires underneath in the centre on the Blue thermal sensor together, thats what used to make mine run at full speed (or close to anyways)
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post #9 of 9
I've got a phenom stock fan with me (Foxconn). I can't see any sensor attached to the fan. It's just a PWM fan, so if you remove the PWM wire, it should run at full speed.

You might also try plugging the fan to a 3-connector fan header, that should also make it run at full speed.

By the way, is q-fan disabled?
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