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post #1501 of 3634
Hi,

I have a question regarding temperatures. The controlcenter is reporting a system temperature. Is that the chipset or is that inside the case??

Also speedfan repots an additional temperature which seems to be higher than the system temperature. COuld that be the chipset or case temperature?

Anyone know??

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Hi,
I have a question regarding temperatures. The controlcenter is reporting a system temperature. Is that the chipset or is that inside the case??
Also speedfan repots an additional temperature which seems to be higher than the system temperature. COuld that be the chipset or case temperature?
Anyone know??

System temp is the Z77 chipset temperature Im suprised someone even uses speedfan these days, that thing hasnt been reliably with new hardware anymore in ages and gives totally false readings with modern hw smile.gif
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post #1503 of 3634
I have a question regarding the control of the pwm CPU fan. I have the MSI control center program installed and in the green setting tab you can adjust you CPU fan curve. I have a water cooling loop with a pwm controlled pump on the CPU fan header. Its running 100% all the time and doesn't need to be so to save noise, wear and tear, and energy i want it to go down at idle and ramp up with the curve i set. When i set the curve it works perfectly, save the setting, exit. Upon restart its back to 100% again and unless i reapply my curve it stays at 100%. I don't want to have to reset a fan curve every time i restart my PC. What am i missing?
post #1504 of 3634
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Originally Posted by ride1226 View Post

I have a question regarding the control of the pwm CPU fan. I have the MSI control center program installed and in the green setting tab you can adjust you CPU fan curve. I have a water cooling loop with a pwm controlled pump on the CPU fan header. Its running 100% all the time and doesn't need to be so to save noise, wear and tear, and energy i want it to go down at idle and ramp up with the curve i set. When i set the curve it works perfectly, save the setting, exit. Upon restart its back to 100% again and unless i reapply my curve it stays at 100%. I don't want to have to reset a fan curve every time i restart my PC. What am i missing?

The settings i make in COntrol center are also erased when i restart. I have no idea how to save them!
post #1505 of 3634
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System temp is the Z77 chipset temperature Im suprised someone even uses speedfan these days, that thing hasnt been reliably with new hardware anymore in ages and gives totally false readings with modern hw smile.gif

Do you have an alternative that can show charts as well as both CPU and GPU temps?
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Do you have an alternative that can show charts as well as both CPU and GPU temps?
hwmonitor is good program if you use win7, doesnt work on win8. Other good one to show all sort of info is Aida64 but that is payware if you want all of its functions to work.
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post #1507 of 3634
Where in the BIOS is the setting for the active phase LEDs?
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you can change them..one setting is blinking the other is off and the other is just all of them lit up..its in you bios where you can change it..i just have mine all lit up cause the blinking gets annoying

Where in the BIOS is the setting for the active phase LEDs?
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hwmonitor is good program if you use win7, doesnt work on win8. Other good one to show all sort of info is Aida64 but that is payware if you want all of its functions to work.

OMG! AIDA64 is da bomb!!!!!!
post #1510 of 3634
anyone updated to the latest Bios 17.6? i am thinking if i should or not!
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