Originally Posted by Sin0822
Hey man welcome. So they are currently working to get more GPUs added to the list that works in full HD mode, I have the same issue(i have the same GTX670 and a GTX580 and a HD7790), but can i ask what type of output are you using and how big your monitor? One of the limitations is that you need full HD compatibility, aka 1920x1080 resolution monitor and i think you also need to use HDMI or DVI as the output and you need probably a 23inch+ monitor. The reason is the text become pretty small as there is just so much in the screen, so reducing the resolution wouldn't be optimal. your GPU shoudl work, but to check if it doesn't, use the motherboard's video outputs, theyshould work if your monitor support it.
About the fan, have you tried another header? it could be that the header is trying to spin them slowly, is this the CPU fan header?
I am outputting it to a 1920 x 1200 monitor via Display port. Seems odd Gigabyte doesn't support output via one of their own cards...
This fan issue is starting to piss me off big time. I can't find any rhyme or reason for whats going on. This morning, the only fans that decided to work are my H100i fans. The rest, nada. I can "jump start" them by going into easy tune and doing calibration, but thats just stupid.
I have them connected to the various sys fan headers. If I am running all PWM fans, how should I have them set in the BIOS if I want to control them in windows via easy tune? The settings are pretty confusion and the manual explains jack about them.
I'm thinking of grabbing a swiftech pwm splitter and running them all of my CPU header, which seems to control things just dandy. It really seems weird that the motherboard headers sporadically decide to power on my fans. Last night I ran easy tunes fan calibration, it went through the paces, then just turned every fan OFF, including my h100i fans. Nice.Edited by amtbr - 6/15/13 at 6:26am