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Full speed is too loud for me, I run it at 30%, and I lose very little in cooling ability.
Thanks, those are good temps and a good chip you have there.
No problem man smile.gif
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what do you control it with? I tried from the bios on my ud3h and I can't figure out which setting to use, speedfan can only control it with the pump plugged into the cpu fan header by it self. I don't like having to start speedfan up everytime
post #2843 of 20767
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what do you control it with? I tried from the bios on my ud3h and I can't figure out which setting to use, speedfan can only control it with the pump plugged into the cpu fan header by it self. I don't like having to start speedfan up everytime
Check out post #2822 here, he has a YouTube video for configuring speed fan, and you can have start it automatically. I don't use software though, I do it from bios. Mine is easy to set, but I am not familiar with yours, sorry.
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thanks, how are these temps with nf-f12? prime95 blend
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I want to verify that I am understanding PWM fan/pump control, as it applies to my motherboard, correctly. With my motherboard I am given two values that are adjustable. I am given a fan target speed (range of 1-10), and a target CPU temperature. Now, the way I understand this is that the target fan speed is the minimum fan speed (or pump speed) provided the target temperature is met. The target temperature setting allows you to set a threshold at which the duty cycle is ramped up or down dependent on CPU load.

I am assuming that being there is a value from 1-10 for target fan speed that perhaps this is the percentage duty cycle 10%-100%. However assuming this, running at level 3 should equal 30%, however if that were true I would be running at 2100rpm.

I have set my CPU target to 50C and I have noticed that my pump speed is reporting 2319rpm (with level 3) at idle (below target temp) and about 2960rpm at load (above target temp). Do these figures seem appropriate?

Are there any risks of running at the minimum RPM for pump speed, and is my motherboard properly applying PWM?

Edit:
A setting of level 1 yields a pump RPM reading of ~2100RPM
Edited by Mattb2e - 5/16/13 at 5:59pm
post #2846 of 20767
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thanks, how are these temps with nf-f12? prime95 blend
For a lidded Ivy, those temps are just fine, don’t see anything wrong there. You have above average voltage requirements for 4.4, but nothing too bad.
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Ediited out since it wasn't the problem.
Edited by Nightz2k - 5/17/13 at 12:18pm
post #2848 of 20767
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For a lidded Ivy, those temps are just fine, don’t see anything wrong there. You have above average voltage requirements for 4.4, but nothing too bad.
1.48v stable for 4.4ghz, I forgot to raise the clock im going further.
although I screenshoted a bit too early so it jumped to 75c, I'm doing some different settings now so i'll post results
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Case is dusty lol
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post #2850 of 20767
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1.48v stable for 4.4ghz, I forgot to raise the clock im going further.
although I screenshoted a bit too early so it jumped to 75c, I'm doing some different settings now so i'll post results

That voltage is pretty huge, my 3570k is at 4.4Ghz at only 1.20v. Can I assume those are default Blend temps?
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