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Originally Posted by Bluemustang View Post

In order to control fan speeds in speedfan you have to go to Configure>Advanced>select IT872BF from dropdown and set the PWM fans to on/off.

Negative. At least this is not what worked for me. Just as a test, I wanted to see if I could use speedfan to control my SYSFAN_1 header on which I have a regular 3-pin fan. What worked for me was to first set the system fan control in the bios to manual and the pwm slope thing to 2. Then in speedfan I did what Bluemustang said but instead of setting all the pwm fans to on/off, I set pwm 2 to software controlled and set min rpm to 40% max to 100% and checked the box for continuously adjusted or something like that. Under the temperature tab, make sure nothing is checked under any of the main temperatures except for one. Pick a temperature that corresponds to the cpu temperature and click on the "+" and select pwm 2. Also at the bottom enter the desired temperature you want the cpu to be at (I chose 35 degrees C). Now in the main menu, select automatic fan speed and you should see the fan begin to spin down to 40%.

There are many "how to's" on how to use speedfan on the web so just familiarize yourself with it and play around till you get it to work. I suggest just for getting started to just try and control one fan. Once you have learned how to do that it is easier then to set up all of your other fans.
Edited by barkeater - 10/12/12 at 6:16am
post #3852 of 6656
Speedfan works fine, but it's only for testing, you cannot rely on it to cool your system. Same goes for EasyTune6.
post #3853 of 6656
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Originally Posted by barkeater View Post

Negative. At least this is not what worked for me. Just as a test, I wanted to see if I could use speedfan to control my SYSFAN_1 header on which I have a regular 3-pin fan. What worked for me was to first set the system fan control in the bios to manual and the pwm slope thing to 2. Then in speedfan I did what Bluemustang said but instead of setting all the pwm fans to on/off, I set pwm 2 to software controlled and set min rpm to 40% max to 100% and checked the box for continuously adjusted or something like that. Under the temperature tab, make sure nothing is checked under any of the main temperatures except for one. Pick a temperature that corresponds to the cpu temperature and click on the "+" and select pwm 2. Also at the bottom enter the desired temperature you want the cpu to be at (I chose 35 degrees C). Now in the main menu, select automatic fan speed and you should see the fan begin to spin down to 40%.
There are many "how to's" on how to use speedfan on the web so just familiarize yourself with it and play around till you get it to work. I suggest just for getting started to just try and control one fan. Once you have learned how to do that it is easier then to set up all of your other fans.

Works good for me...You're right, I had to use software controlled, and mark 'remember it'
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Speedfan works fine, but it's only for testing, you cannot rely on it to cool your system. Same goes for EasyTune6.

Why not??
post #3854 of 6656
yeah cab2, what do you mean?

ET6 I get because it seems to crash quite frequently. However I have never had problem with speedfan.
post #3855 of 6656
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yeah cab2, what do you mean?
ET6 I get because it seems to crash quite frequently. However I have never had problem with speedfan.

ET6 crashed on me when pushing extreme clocks, or not so stable setups which also had WHEA errors/warnings.
post #3856 of 6656
make sure you have this unchecked


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You know what, I did have that checked when using ET6. Haven't used it since, after unchecking those options...
Do you know how to change ratios during a bench? Say 3dm11...I wanna lower my clocks for cpu/physics tests tongue.gif
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You know what, I did have that checked when using ET6. Haven't used it since, after unchecking those options...
Do you know how to change ratios during a bench? Say 3dm11...I wanna lower my clocks for cpu/physics tests tongue.gif



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Can't alt tab during a test...I need a hotkey thingie. And I already have GTL.
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GA-Z77X-UD5H "04" code - what does it mean?

It's a D4 and says: PCI resource allocation error. Out of resources.

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