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HDMI yeah, that's the nature of the beast.
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I am testing various versions of windows as my build is destined to exist as a monster one trick pony for work, & after installing Win8 to test it's performance with my application I went to then install win7, to be followed by XP...suddenly, the computer seemed to no longer recognize a boot CD. I could get into BIOS, or boot to Win8, but if a setup CD was in the optical drive I would get a crap video signal for about 10 seconds in between the BIOS splash & the Win8 Splash, without the expected 'wanna boot from this DVD?' text screen.

After quadruple checking everything & cursing rather alot, It finally occurred to me to try 'hitting any key' during the crap video period & Viola! the screen blinked a few times & proceeded to begin installing with video as expected. My guess is maybe in BIOS it retains the higher video resolution that was specified in Windows & was unwilling to reset to the low res startup disc defaults until it was sure that disc was in charge. Anyone else experience similar or have a better explanation?

I'm using the onboard displayport out & a Starcom DP-VGA adapter
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wait ur using the displayport on the motherbord? what if u have a gpu..arnt u sapost to connect the display to the gpu insted??confused:s
post #3874 of 6919
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I think you are correct. I have only been able to get 4 pin fans to work on the cpu fan headers myself. 3 pin fans run, but can not be controled by them - anyway in my experience that is true.

Thank you Sir for confirming that.... I'm very frown.gif
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Thank you Sir for confirming that.... I'm very frown.gif

I'm in the same situation. I really want to control my sp120s, on my antec 920 - is there no way of doing this?
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I'm in the same situation. I really want to control my sp120s, on my antec 920 - is there no way of doing this?

You could shove the sp120s on the chassis headers and get control but it's not an elegant solution, I would much prefer to run them on the cpu/cpu opt headers
post #3877 of 6919
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You could shove the sp120s on the chassis headers and get control but it's not an elegant solution, I would much prefer to run them on the cpu/cpu opt headers

Surely that's a dangerous idea. My sps respond to cpu temperature changes...although thinking of it they are always maxed out at their rpm
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Surely that's a dangerous idea. My sps respond to cpu temperature changes...although thinking of it they are always maxed out at their rpm

The chassis fans also respond to cpu temperature unless you want to add additional dependencies via software like AI suite
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The chassis fans also respond to cpu temperature unless you want to add additional dependencies via software like AI suite

I uninstalled the AI Suite II lol - absolutely hate it.

Why is it not an "elegant solution" out of interest smile.gif?
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Why is it not an "elegant solution" out of interest smile.gif?

Having to waste the 2 cpu fan headers and running the cables all the way round the back of board. In fairness the cpu fan headers should do their job and not be pwm fan only
Edited by saura - 12/25/12 at 6:18am
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