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Powerfan reading 0 rpm

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I was overclocking my graphics card when the system crashed and i rebooted.

After the reboot Probe flagged up an alert confirming my powerfan was at 0 rpm. I know how unreliable Probe can be so i checked the BIOS and it was reading N/A. I have tried other software and still the same. I physically checked the fan however, and it does appear to be working. Is this something i should be concerned about? It was working fine before the crash.

I was going to replace the PSU with another that i have but as it does seem to be working i don't think the problem lies with the PSU fan. Is it likely to be an issue with the mobo itself. I have an ASUS p8h67-m pro.

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post #2 of 3
Well, thats good that fan is spinning. You should try the fan on another fan header Or try and swap with another fan to check the power fan header. Sometimes, a BIOS reset fixes the problem.
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I was just think that my PSU uis only 350v. It seems very low. Is it possible this is too low and that would explain the problem?
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