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Question about controlling the fan from the BIOS. I've got a case with three pin fan connectors (Cooler Master HAF 922) and I've read that three pin connectors can only be controlled from BIOS by changing the voltage. However, I don't see that as an option for system fans, just cpu fan. I'm running v5 of the BIOS. Is there a way to control fan speed from the BIOS? The top 240mm fan is running full blast. Thanks in advance.
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Question about controlling the fan from the BIOS. I've got a case with three pin fan connectors (Cooler Master HAF 922) and I've read that three pin connectors can only be controlled from BIOS by changing the voltage. However, I don't see that as an option for system fans, just cpu fan. I'm running v5 of the BIOS. Is there a way to control fan speed from the BIOS? The top 240mm fan is running full blast. Thanks in advance.
There is no way to control the fans. It's completely worthless. Get a fan controller, sorry man.
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Alright, any recommendations?

I'm thinking I won't adjust the speed that often so if there is a bypass single fan controller that just sits between the three pin connector and the motherboard with a three step switch that would be fine with me. Though maybe having a control board on the front of the computer would be nice.
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Question about controlling the fan from the BIOS. I've got a case with three pin fan connectors (Cooler Master HAF 922) and I've read that three pin connectors can only be controlled from BIOS by changing the voltage. However, I don't see that as an option for system fans, just cpu fan. I'm running v5 of the BIOS. Is there a way to control fan speed from the BIOS? The top 240mm fan is running full blast. Thanks in advance.

Well, although not stated explicitly in the user manual, SYS_FAN1 is controllable using a 3-pin fan from enabling in bios and using EasyTune6 application. I've not done it myself, but has been reported by other users to be effective. Could probably run two case fans off of that header without issue (with a y-splitter).
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Originally Posted by dsiglin View Post

Question about controlling the fan from the BIOS. I've got a case with three pin fan connectors (Cooler Master HAF 922) and I've read that three pin connectors can only be controlled from BIOS by changing the voltage. However, I don't see that as an option for system fans, just cpu fan. I'm running v5 of the BIOS. Is there a way to control fan speed from the BIOS? The top 240mm fan is running full blast. Thanks in advance.
There is no way to control the fans. It's completely worthless. Get a fan controller, sorry man.
This is an incorrect recommendation. Please use care when posting here, as people rely on the thread for authoritative advice.
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I ordered one of these to try on the top fan (one which is spinning full blast 1200 or so RPM)

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835118217
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System fans work, see my post here.

BUT... system fans (SYS_FAN1/2/3) modulate only up to 50% RPM, then they’re stuck there regardless of temps. Then when mobo temp gets above 50C they all jump from 50% to 100% RPM, making unnecessary noise. SYS_FAN speed should ramp-up gradually, not all at once.

Gigabyte got their 50s mixed up, and I think they calibrated & tested with mobo outside the case, so the error was easy to overlook.
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