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so pwm 3 in speedfan controls your pwm fan in header 2 and 3?

PWM 2 in speedfan controls header 3. Thats all that I know for sure.
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Hey I'm curious AlphaC, I also purchased my UD3H from NCIX for 120 in september and was surprised and angry to find that some time (maybe a few days even) after I was charged the 119.99 for the board they also hit my account for some stupid 96 cent international or something fee (im in usa as is their california location). They do the same to you?

No, but I did pay for Express RMA ($3)

Did you pay with paypal? If you pay with a credit card, their main office is in Canada so they charge an international fee.
Edited by AlphaC - 10/14/12 at 2:04pm
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PWM 2 in speedfan controls header 3. Thats all that I know for sure.
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PWM 2 in speedfan controls header 3. Thats all that I know for sure.

So can you confirm you can control 3 separate fans with speedfan? If not, do that first and then let us know.

I'm under the understanding that only 2 fans can be controlled with speedfan. PWM 3 doesn't control anything.
Edited by homestyle - 10/14/12 at 3:09pm
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Jeez Homestyle, pls try and search a little. This is getting repetative.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1239993/official-gigabyte-z77x-owners-discussion-information-support-thread-and-club-ud5h-ud3h-d3h-and-all/3840#post_18345833

Yes, I agree. The misinformation is getting repetitive.

I was the first one to report how to control fans in speedfan in this thread way back. Back then, you could only control 2 fans.

Bottom line is this:

Can you use speedfan to control 3 separate fans? Forget what the manual says. Can you control it in real life? The answer is No. Anyone who says otherwise is either lying or doesn't know what they are talking about. That is why I'm here trying to see what the heck babooey is talking about.
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^ UP4 has less power phase,no heatpipe.

Actually UP4 and UD5H have the same amount of "true" PWM Phase count, they all have 6 Phase IR3567 PWM, UD5H have doubler so it has 12 after the doubling.:



Also UP4's IR 3550 Mosfets runs a lot cooler(also much higher quality, rated 60A) than UD5H's so no heatpipe is not really a con.

You're actually wrong, the UP4 only has a 6+2 (6 for the cpu) meanwhile the UP5 has a 8+0 (8 for the cpu) pwm phase count
And yes, they both don't have phase doublers cool.gif
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All i can say about this phase count is that even with my cpu OC to 4.5 and when running full load for hours, you can touch any of the mobo heatsinks and they are not even warm. I love this board, even apart that you can't control the fan with speedfan.(yes i tried just for the heck of it) I just got the correct fans that don't make any noise and flow nice. biggrin.gif
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You're actually wrong, the UP4 only has a 6+2 (6 for the cpu) meanwhile the UP5 has a 8+0 (8 for the cpu) pwm phase count
And yes, they both don't have phase doublers

Alright, Let me pull out my original quote again:
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Originally Posted by sherlock View Post

Actually UP4 and UD5H have the same amount of "true" PWM Phase count, they all have 6 Phase IR3567 PWM, UD5H have doubler so it has 12 after the doubling.:

Also UP4's IR 3550 Mosfets runs a lot cooler(also much higher quality, rated 60A) than UD5H's so no heatpipe is not really a con.


Where did I say anything about UP5( UP5-TH) ? rolleyes.gif My point was about UP4 vs UD5H . Would you please read my actual quote first before commenting?????rolleyes.gif
Edited by sherlock - 10/15/12 at 5:52am
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You're actually wrong, the UP4 only has a 6+2 (6 for the cpu) meanwhile the UP5 has a 8+0 (8 for the cpu) pwm phase count
And yes, they both don't have phase doublers

Alright, Let me pull out my original quote again:
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Originally Posted by sherlock View Post

Actually UP4 and UD5H have the same amount of "true" PWM Phase count, they all have 6 Phase IR3567 PWM, UD5H have doubler so it has 12 after the doubling.:

Also UP4's IR 3550 Mosfets runs a lot cooler(also much higher quality, rated 60A) than UD5H's so no heatpipe is not really a con.


Where did I say anything about UP5( UP5-TH) ? rolleyes.gif My point was about UP4 vs UD5H . Would you please read my actual quote first before commenting?????rolleyes.gif

Man, you're damn right, I was blind biggrin.gif
I was reading UP5 instead of UD5 tongue.gif
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Guys,

What is the key inputs when the PC is booting up/posting to get the flash 2nd BIOS from main BIOS screen up for UEFI?

Cheers people.
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