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post #1 of 11
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...How do you use it? I'm changing the percentages but nothing?



Also, I have two 3 pin fans connected to two 3 pin headers on the motherboard...but both BIOS and Speedfan only report the RPM of one of them...
post #2 of 11
I think you can only control the fan via software if the 3 pin board connector is PWM compatible.
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post #3 of 11
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3 pin fans aren't PWM...
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Go to configure advanced, selected the winbond from the dropdown menu, search for pwm mode 1,2,... and change them to manual and select remember it, after that when you change the percentage it will react.

Also in configure on temperatures tab you can select that which temps control which fans, also target temps and on speeds tab you can set minimum and maximum speeds for the channels.
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go to configure advanced, selected the winbond from the dropdown menu, search for pwm mode 1,2,... And change them to manual and select remember it, after that when you change the percentage it will react.

Also in configure on temperatures tab you can select that which temps control which fans, also target temps and on speeds tab you can set minimum and maximum speeds for the channels.
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Originally Posted by Aximous View Post
Go to configure advanced, selected the winbond from the dropdown menu, search for pwm mode 1,2,... and change them to manual and select remember it, after that when you change the percentage it will react.

Also in configure on temperatures tab you can select that which temps control which fans, also target temps and on speeds tab you can set minimum and maximum speeds for the channels.
New 4.44 version also has more advanced fan profile possibilities under Fan control tab :

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post #7 of 11
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New problem: I have four fans but it only shows three speed controls. How can I add Speed04?
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Where is control for Speed04 and Speed05??

Or can I change Speed03 so that it controls Fan4 instead of the (nonexistent) Fan3?

Also: Fan2 is SYS_FAN2
Fan4 is SYS_FAN1
post #9 of 11
On my older P45 Gigabyte boards only 4-pin headers of motherboard could be controlled with SpeedFan, maybe it's still the same with your board.
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post #10 of 11
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Fan2 is connected to a 3 pin header and it works. I'm pretty sure Fan4 will work...I just don't have the control option for it.
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