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post #1 of 8
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I have never noticed this before but after finishing an hour of playing BF3, I noticed that the Fans PWM are all at 0%. Is this normal?

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EDIT: I went into bios and took a pic. Why does my mobo show those fans as N/A?

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Edited by Capt - 2/17/13 at 4:21pm
post #2 of 8
were they spinning? or just reporting 0% in HWMonitor?
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post #3 of 8
What Sean asked.

What to do you have plugged into FANPWM0, FANPWM1 & FANPWM2?
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were they spinning? or just reporting 0% in HWMonitor?

I don't know if HWMonitor is glitched or something but I believe they were spinning. I added a bios pic in the OP which shows those fans as N/A? Is there a setting that I have to enable for the mobo to control the fan speed or something? This is my old system in an Antec 300 case with 5 fans total.
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open the side of your case and run prime 95. make sure the fans are operating as they should, if they are then its a non issue... if they dont ramp up like the should then there is something wrong...
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open the side of your case and run prime 95. make sure the fans are operating as they should, if they are then its a non issue... if they dont ramp up like the should then there is something wrong...

If you look at my bios pic in OP, Chassis Q-Fan control is disabled, should I enable it? Why is my mobo showing the fans as N/A?

I'll try opening the side door of my case and see if ramp up like they should. Thanks.
post #7 of 8
Enabling the Chassis Q-Fan control should just allow to set the CHA FAN speed profile (silent, standard, turbo and manual).

The CHA FAN reports N/A in the bios when no fan is hooked in the header.
The bios should report 0 rpm instead of N/A if the fan was hooked in the header and doesn't spinning.
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post #8 of 8
What make/model of fans are you using in that system? Are there any bios settings that might be switched off like FAN SPEED:IGNORE?
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