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post #191 of 1288
Does anyone know why CPU_FAN/OPT headers cannot go down to 0 rpm, but chasis can?

I would like to run fan xpert 2 and keep 0 rpm when cpu < 40c, but it reads the lowest at 600~rpm. But then the chasis connectors can goto 0 rpm, but cannot be set to 0% in the graph ... so annoying.
post #192 of 1288
go to program files\asus\asusfancontrolservice

edit fanstore.xml with and admin priviledged notepad, you may be able to force it. My chassis 1 would not remember values till i editted it.
you need to stop aisuite and asusfancontrol service first.
 
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post #193 of 1288
actually nm i found it. you have to check "auto-fan stop" and it will allow you to set 0rpm upto a desired temperature.
post #194 of 1288
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Originally Posted by christpunchers View Post

Is there anybody else with a WS board? If so, how are you finding yours?
And a general question for everyone, did your mobo come with any seals or stickers, like on the box or antistatic bag? Mine didn't.

Check the driver CD envelope, if that's what you meant by sticker, mine had a ASUS case badge.

And since I'm camera crazy at the moment, here's what it looks like! smile.gif

0is2ps.jpg

edit: lol sorry, you mean a quality seal.. sorry
Edited by Phillychuck - 5/18/12 at 8:01pm
post #195 of 1288
Hi guys i am using a P8Z77-V
i noticed that the Deluxe and Pro versions have a new bios version
while the Z77-V version is still on 0906 bios....

man that sucks.,..
post #196 of 1288
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Originally Posted by SPEEDvrzone View Post

Hi guys i am using a P8Z77-V
i noticed that the Deluxe and Pro versions have a new bios version
while the Z77-V version is still on 0906 bios....
man that sucks.,..

It's a little strange because with previous generations they would update similar boards (e.g. P8Z68-V Vanilla / Pro / Deluxe). Not sure what the dealio is.
post #197 of 1288
Ya man that's right
The Z77 Asus series whether -V, -Pro or Deluxe are basically same thing just the diff of power phases and extra freebies added
i sitll hoping asus will release new bios for the -V board asap.
post #198 of 1288
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Ya man that's right
The Z77 Asus series whether -V, -Pro or Deluxe are basically same thing just the diff of power phases and extra freebies added
i sitll hoping asus will release new bios for the -V board asap.
If it isn't broke don't fix it.
post #199 of 1288
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actually nm i found it. you have to check "auto-fan stop" and it will allow you to set 0rpm upto a desired temperature.

Thanks for posting this, I didn't realize what that setting does and now I am using it on 3 of my 4 case fans so they fully stop at idle. Nice and quiet. Last step for my cooling setup is to move my 2 NH-D14 fans from CPU to a chasis header since they are 3-pin and I can clearly hear them at 1200rpm.
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How's the performance of the wifi on the Z77-V boards? Haven't seen any reviews that go over it. Minimum of a 30MB/s down/up bandwidth?

Mine connects at 72.2Mbps to my 150N connection with WPA2 AES encryption.

It works fine BUT sometimes when my computer starts up, it takes some time to activate Wifi, and my other programs like Steam that auto connect on start complain the they were unable to connect while the WiFi adapter is still starting up / yet to connect to my network.
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