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now i have ahad my fair share of issues with this build thus far... but easily resolved, my probel now is with the sabertooth z77 mobo and my H100 cooler, everytime i boot up im told i have a cpu fan error, go into windows and everything seems fine... what do i do to try and fix this?? or do i ignore this( reallly difficult to ignore). any suggestions would be nice, cause im kinda freaking out.

Hey havok23. There is an easily solution. Go into the bios, Advance Mode> Monitor> CPU Fan Speed. Select ignore.
post #1092 of 6919
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Originally Posted by havok23 View Post

now i have ahad my fair share of issues with this build thus far... but easily resolved, my probel now is with the sabertooth z77 mobo and my H100 cooler, everytime i boot up im told i have a cpu fan error, go into windows and everything seems fine... what do i do to try and fix this?? or do i ignore this( reallly difficult to ignore). any suggestions would be nice, cause im kinda freaking out.

I am running an H100 in my build with a 3770k and have no problems with any error messages. You need to make sure you have the main fan connector comming off the h100 plugged into the 4 pin cpu fan connector on the motherboard (up top by where you plugged the 8 pin eps power cable in at. refer to the mobo manual to make sure you have it plugged into the propper connector up top cause it sounds like you do not.
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Havok, in the bios go to the 'Monitor" tab, click on CPU FAN and choose ignore..problem solved.thumb.gif

Magzire, if you aren't using the most current bios you won't benefit from the faster boot time. Instead of having the boot logo flash twice the new bios flashes it once then goes straight to the OS. Other than that and some memory stability issues, you aren't really missing anything. Lucid MVP isn't all that great. It helps with benchmarks and thats about it. It might hekp if you use the IGP but if you are using a discreet GPU its useless. Unless of course you like stuttering and wonky frame rates. i have yet to see a post where someone is lauding VirtuMVP. I guess in concept its awesome but in action its pretty lackluster.tongue.gif
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You need to make sure you have the main fan connector comming off the h100 plugged into the 4 pin cpu fan connector on the motherboard

Even if connected to the cpu pin, it still can't detect a fan speed since the H100 doesn't have one. So its normal to get this message, should be worried if you didnt biggrin.gif
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Thanks Blatsz32, will update the bios and forget about MVP thumb.gif
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Figured it out gents, if you have the intel network icontrol on, disable it! it slows your upload speeds TREMENDOUSLY! thumb.gif

Thanks for the heads up on this issue.

I just built out 2 - Sabertooth Z77 machines. When I was copying things from one machine to the other I experienced 7kB/sec rates when copying from one SSD to another SSD over Gigabit Ethernet.

Once I disabled "Network iControl" on both machines, speeds went up to what was expected. The files copied in a couple of seconds versus 20+ hours.
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Thanks for the heads up on this issue.
I just built out 2 - Sabertooth Z77 machines. When I was copying things from one machine to the other I experienced 7kB/sec rates when copying from one SSD to another SSD over Gigabit Ethernet.
Once I disabled "Network iControl" on both machines, speeds went up to what was expected. The files copied in a couple of seconds versus 20+ hours.

That damn Network i Control had me about pulling my hair out for the first couple of days that I owned the board. 2 reformats, a new cat5e, and multiple calls to ISP only to find out the problem was something so simple.
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Even if connected to the cpu pin, it still can't detect a fan speed since the H100 doesn't have one. So its normal to get this message, should be worried if you didnt biggrin.gif

Why would i be worried its hooked up correctly and giving me a readout.

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Again if you plug in the main connector that comes out of the h100 into the PROPER cpu fan (not the optional or assist 4 pin) then you will not get this error message. While it has no fans it still has a motor that pumps the water and it will read out just like a fan with the rpms like above.
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ok sounds about right
Edited by Magzire - 6/21/12 at 11:04am
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Anyone knows any workarounds, so I could use AI Suite and all the other goodies on Windows 8?
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