Originally Posted by kzone75
If I could at least get it to run at 4 GHz, RAM at 9-9-9-27 1600Mhz 1.65V, quiet fans and a little boost for the iGPU I'd be a happy camper. No power savings needed. Quiet fans seems to be a no go. Always blasting at 2,500+ rpm, It's a tiny case and I'd prefer it to be as quiet as possible. And I'm sure the stock heatsink is more quiet than this. Changing anything AI suite does not seem to help with fan speeds either..
In the advanced UEFI temps go up to 50+ C without doing anything.
I also suppose that both CPU-Z and hwmonitor shows the wrong voltages and temps.
Sorry for being a n00b.
If your fan(s) are 4-pin PWM types, like the one on the stock cooler, then you should be able to control them through the CPU_FAN and CHA_FAN headers on your F2A85-M LE motherboard. There is also a PWR_FAN header next to CPU_FAN, but that is only a 3-pin header and can't transmit a speed control signal.
By default the Q-Fan Control for CPU_FAN and CHA_FAN in Monitor Menu have to be set to [Enable] before you can control your fan speeds. Once this is done you can either select one of three preset speed profiles [Silent/Standard/Turbo], together with a Low Limit warning setting [Ignore/200 rpm/300 rpm/400 rpm/500 rpm/600 rpm], or you can set [Manual] and build your own. These will vary the CPU or CHA fan speed automatically according to the current CPU or MB temperature.
An alternative, especially if you have only a 3-pin chassis fan, is to use Fan Xpert 2 in AI Suite II, which is capable of controlling the power feed through the 2nd pin as well as the speed control signal through the 4th pin (but only on CHA_FAN). Obviously, carrying out Auto-Tune in FanXpert is something you would be more likely to do for a standard setting rather than a momentary overclock, but you can get into FanXpert's Advanced Mode by clicking the button in the upper right of the FanXpert screen to get more direct control.
At least you know that if you want all your fans running at top speed you just have to disable the Q-Fan controls.
As for your 4000/1600/760+ target OC I should think if you follow the guide in my post #480 you shouldn't have any trouble setting it up as a BIOS profile once you have got the settings right in AI Suite II.