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Seeing as my H220 pump died and my CPU almost cooked does anyone know a good program that I can use to tell my computer to auto shutdown when the CPU fan (pump) RPM hits 0? I don't expect my replacement kit to have any problems but just so I can be more safe in the future. This is the first time I have had a watercooling kit in my system so I don't have the proper settings to shut down in case of pump failure.

Also I also couldn't manage to find a thermal protection setting in my ASUS UEFI so I am guessing they removed it, but apparently the CPU has a built in temperature killswitch. However when my H220 pump failed my CPU was almost 100c when I had to go and pull the plug myself. It seems that it should have shut off earlier than that right? Seeing as the Tj-Max is 98c I was over that by 2 degrees and it was still on.

Sandy Bridge throttles @ 100c you are fine.

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It will shut down around 100C. I think yours has a higher thermal limit than my 920, but it does around 92-95 I believe.
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speedfan can be set to do this. I have mine set to start beeping through speakers @ < 10 rpm on the pump, along with a shutdown force command with a 30s delay. I posted the commands to do this earlier in the thread.

the delay can be changed or eliminated, i just dont want to be working on something important and then lose it. I'm not prime95ing all day everyday so 30 secs at normal usage wouldnt heat up the CPU much. By the time I hear the beeping I should already be saving/shutting down anyway.
One thing I noticed about SpeedFan is that it wouldn't change the RPM of the fans whenever I tried to do so. Would that effect its ability to work like you are saying?

Also, would that mean I would need to leave SpeedFan open all the time? I remember using programs like RivaTuner for overclocking my GPU and setting fan profiles, and it afterwards those settings would be permanent and you didn't have to run the program for those settings to work.
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One thing I noticed about SpeedFan is that it wouldn't change the RPM of the fans whenever I tried to do so. Would that effect its ability to work like you are saying?

Also, would that mean I would need to leave SpeedFan open all the time? I remember using programs like RivaTuner for overclocking my GPU and setting fan profiles, and it afterwards those settings would be permanent and you didn't have to run the program for those settings to work.

I dont believe it needs fan control to determine when to run a certain command. At that point it's just reading the speed values given to it, so as long as Speedfan can see speeds/temps, you can run commands at a given condition. Speedfan can run an app, and that app can be windows' built in shutdown.exe application. It's included in the environment variables so you dont need to worry about the full path (i.e. C:\Windows\System32\...)

It does need to be on but you can also set it to open minimized and in the taskbar so you dont have the main window pop up every time you turn your computer on. It's not too heavy either in terms of footprint.
Edited by ez12a - 5/2/13 at 12:59pm
 
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Here's how I have my Speedfan setup. Remember to set the temperature-based events using one of your CORE temperatures, and not the "CPU" temperature.

Note: Core1 is always the hottest of my four cores, and both shutdown commands use 20 second delays.

Edited by paleh0rse14 - 5/2/13 at 1:12pm
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Originally Posted by Semper Fidelis View Post

Seeing as my H220 pump died and my CPU almost cooked does anyone know a good program that I can use to tell my computer to auto shutdown when the CPU fan (pump) RPM hits 0? I don't expect my replacement kit to have any problems but just so I can be more safe in the future. This is the first time I have had a watercooling kit in my system so I don't have the proper settings to shut down in case of pump failure.

Also I also couldn't manage to find a thermal protection setting in my ASUS UEFI so I am guessing they removed it, but apparently the CPU has a built in temperature killswitch. However when my H220 pump failed my CPU was almost 100c when I had to go and pull the plug myself. It seems that it should have shut off earlier than that right? Seeing as the Tj-Max is 98c I was over that by 2 degrees and it was still on.

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Here's how I have my Speedfan setup. Remember to base the temperature-based events on one of your CORE temperatures, and not the "CPU" temperature.

Note: Core1 is always the hottest of my four cores.
Are the 100/99/1 numbers the actual RPM of the pump or the % RPM? It seems kind of confusing if it was a percent since it will always be less or equal to 100% thus constantly beeping.
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Here's how I have my Speedfan setup. Remember to base the temperature-based events on one of your CORE temperatures, and not the "CPU" temperature.

Note: Core1 is always the hottest of my four cores.
Are the 100/99/1 numbers the actual RPM of the pump or the % RPM? It seems kind of confusing if it was a percent since it will always be less or equal to 100% thus constantly beeping.
I have to assume they're the actual RPM values since it's never actually executed any of them? LOL
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For protecting my computer in case of pump failure. I've been using CoreTemp. It has a setting called Overheat Protection which monitors your temps and when a threshold is reached shuts down the computer. Really easy to set up.

For Speedfan I could never get my fans to be controlled until I found this:
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Are the 100/99/1 numbers the actual RPM of the pump or the % RPM? It seems kind of confusing if it was a percent since it will always be less or equal to 100% thus constantly beeping.

it's the actual RPM readout, hence why the % control doesnt matter.

% is for use with fan control only.

play with the values and test for yourself if you're not sure. Set the condition to something that would trigger your set event like beeping. i.e. h220 "fan" > 1400 to beep. Obviously you're not working with percentages here.
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