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I have to assume they're the actual RPM values since it's never actually executed any of them? LOL
yeah I would think that if it was set to beep when the RPM was less or equal to 100% then it would be constantly beeping.
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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.

thanks for the pic. just set mine up like yours. one question those speedfan actually shutdown the computer or i gotta do it myself?
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thanks for the pic. just set mine up like yours. one question those speedfan actually shutdown the computer or i gotta do it myself?

the to EXEC shutdown /s /f is the shutdown command. You dont need to do anything.

see: http://myitforum.com/cs2/blogs/rtrent/archive/2009/08/28/shutdown-exe-switches.aspx

for all the switches. the past few posts describe this behavior..
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Gonna get an FX 8350 in a bit over a week and see what results I get with it... Atleast then I can compare with someone, since no-one here seems to have bulldozers. Can't wait ^^
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the to EXEC shutdown /s /f is the shutdown command. You dont need to do anything.

see: http://myitforum.com/cs2/blogs/rtrent/archive/2009/08/28/shutdown-exe-switches.aspx

for all the switches. the past few posts describe this behavior..

thanks. i tested the popup messages and beeps (works fine) didnt have a chance to test the shutdown command before i left. will try iy out when i get back home.
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yeah I would think that if it was set to beep when the RPM was less or equal to 100% then it would be constantly beeping.

You could try Asus Fan Xpert, extremely easy to set up. I checked though the setting and I cannot find a way to get an audible tone for temps, I do get a notification though.

 

 

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The issue I had getting Speedfan to work properly was that the "Warning" temperatures default to an insanely low 40c, once a temp hits the warning level Speedfan runs anything attached to it at 100%. It's working great now, but for some reason no matter what I do with the curve, my pump won't go below 35% if I let Speedfan control it.

It really is a shame Gigabytes utilities suck so much, Easy Tune 6 is bloated and worthless.
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Just showing my own personal tests using PRIME95 Blend (default test) for at least 1 hour each time. Fans at 100% speeds, no less.

i5 2500k @4.5GHz with 1.3v

H100i with stock fans
AVG Temps: 54, 58, 56, 54

H220 With stock fans
AVG Temps: 56, 59, 55, 55

H220 with Corsair H100i fans
AVG Temps: 53, 57, 52, 53

All pretty much the same ambient temps and used PK-1 TIM each time.

I'm satisfied considering the noise level is a good trade off. The Corsair fans are much louder for minimal gain.

Screenshots:

EDIT
: Was meant to say average (AVG) temps, not MAX. I changed it out to average.
Edited by Nightz2k - 5/4/13 at 6:05am
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Just showing my own personal tests using PRIME95 Blend (default test) for at least 1 hour each time. Fans at 100% speeds, no less.

i5 2500k @4.5GHz with 1.3v

H100i with stock fans
MAX Temps: 54, 58, 56, 54

H220 With stock fans
MAX Temps: 56, 59, 55, 55

H220 with Corsair H100i fans
MAX Temps: 53, 57, 52, 53

All pretty much the same ambient temps and used PK-1 TIM each time.

I'm satisfied considering the noise level is a good trade off. The Corsair fans are much louder for minimal gain.

Screenshots:

At higher voltage and OC the H220 stretches its legs against the H100i. Push that chip further :-)
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At higher voltage and OC the H220 stretches its legs against the H100i. Push that chip further :-)

Oh I know that and of course I will. wink.gif I was just doing a personal test at an even level, comparing with an average OC of most 2500k's.(IMO) Higher overclocks are impractical since some will not overclock as high as others. I was up to 5GHz stable on the H100i. I'm pretty sure I can go a little higher on this. thumb.gif
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