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post #11 of 15
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Originally Posted by Hartk1213;14837820 
will it still be controlled by the MOBO or will it be at max all the time

edit: just read the post ^ above

It should be @ max constantly Because there's no 4th pin to control the speed, But maybe your mobo will control it somehow, Prolly setting it to minimum if that's the case, But I doubt it
post #12 of 15
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Originally Posted by gymenii;14858681 
The manual
Section 2-8
PC Health Status

http://download.gigabyte.us/FileList/Manual/mb_manual_ga-990fxa-ud3_e.pdf

ok thanks for the link cause i actually havent bought any of the parts in my sig rig lol its my future build which is why its called first build...not yet built lol so thank you
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Cool, post back when you get it all together.
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i definitely will thanks for your help
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My Gigabyte M59SLI-S5 is controlling fan speed just fine with a 3 pin case fan attached to my old Zalman cooler who's stock fan I broke because it was noisey. Just try it dude, connect the fan, run prime95 and see if it speeds up. It's not rocket surgery.

We use the scientific method here, sort of like brain scientists....develop a theory, then design tests to either prove or disprove the theory. As Quatto said, "Free your mind."

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