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GB 870A-UD3 manually control CPU fan?

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I have a pair of Vantec Thermoflow 120 cooling the Mugen 2, and they get pretty loud at full speed. They're connected to the CPU_FAN plug on the motherboard (through a 3 pin to Molex adapter), but they seem to go at the same speed regardless of cpu load. Is there any way to program the voltage output of the motherboard?
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In bios>hardware monitor disable CPU fan control
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel 2500K Asus P8Z68-V Gen3 Gigabyte r9 280x Kingston HyperX blu DDR3 8GB 1600 Mhz CL9 
Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
WD 640GB Blue Vertex 3 240 GB Thermalright Silver Arrow Windows 7 x64 Ultimate 
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Dell 2209wa LC Arkangel 850W Enermax Chakra Sennheiser HD 598 
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Thanks, and if the CPU fan control is enabled, is there any way to control its behavior? Say, to relate it to temperature. I have an old DFI NF-4 mobo, and there is a setting to turn off the fan if CPU temp is below a specified value, and to have it running at 50% until it it reaches another specified value.

Also, MSI afterburner has a nice way to create curves relating fan speed to temperature. Is there anything equivalent for motherboards?
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