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I think I have them at full speed. I disabled all the smart fan stuff etc etc.
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I think I have them at full speed. I disabled all the smart fan stuff etc etc.
Ya that should force them to full speed.
You have any software that shows the RPM's of each?
Gigabyte OC software may show all that info.
I know with my UD7 software I can see or change pretty much anything with it.
But that being a new board the software may not work as it does.
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Ya that should force them to full speed.
You have any software that shows the RPM's of each?
Gigabyte OC software may show all that info.
I know with my UD7 software I can see or change pretty much anything with it.
But that being a new board the software may not work as it does.
The Gigabyte software isn't quite too accurate. Just for future reference

@OP - And I would grab a copy of Hardware Monitor and check that. Just for the simple fact you get temps for your CPU, GPU, and HDDs plus voltage read-outs, and you get fan RPM speed.
 
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I've always use Everest Ultra Edition to monitor such things "up until now" but
my old version 550v isn't up to date with the new Sandy Bridge stuff.
I still using it to see temps, but it doesn't read voltage on most things & the few
it does there not right most of the time.

That said the Asus TurboV software seems to read everything pretty good.
But I'm never been big on the type of layout used by board software.
Takes up to much space on the desktop for me. Why I liked Everest OSD
put it to one side out of the way & your good.
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I've always use Everest Ultra Edition to monitor such things "up until now" but
my old version 550v isn't up to date with the new Sandy Bridge stuff.
I still using it to see temps, but it doesn't read voltage on most things & the few
it does there not right most of the time.

That said the Asus TurboV software seems to read everything pretty good.
But I'm never been big on the type of layout used by board software.
Takes up to much space on the desktop for me. Why I liked Everest OSD
put it to one side out of the way & your good.
If you haven't tried Hardware Monitor you should give it a go!

It doesn't take up anything, I leave it chillin' in the background when I play Crysis2, BC2, and SC2. No issues what-so-ever and I can just tab out and check everything all in one pane.
 
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I use and recommend HWiNFO64 - google to find it. Gives lots of sensors that some similar software may not all the time. Very detailed system information, minimal resource impact. I have a Windows Gadget on my desktop displaying it all.
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If you haven't tried Hardware Monitor you should give it a go!

It doesn't take up anything, I leave it chillin' in the background when I play Crysis2, BC2, and SC2. No issues what-so-ever and I can just tab out and check everything all in one pane.
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I use and recommend HWiNFO64 - google to find it. Gives lots of sensors that some similar software may not all the time. Very detailed system information, minimal resource impact. I have a Windows Gadget on my desktop displaying it all.
Thanks guys. Gave both a try but didn't really like there layout.
I got a updated version "its really Everest" of AIDA64 Extreme Edition who now owns Everest & renamed the software.
Read everything on the Sandy Bridge fine now.

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