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post #931 of 945
Hi,

Just picked up a used M6F and I have a few questions. Is there a way to run DIP5 or FanXpert3? I want to be able to tell the fans to run at a certain speed depending on the temperature of Temp_OPT1. Is this possible?

Also, I have 10 PWM fans and a PWM pump for my loop. Is there a clean way to run all of this? M6F seems to have just 2 PWM headers, both of which are controlled together (can't make one run at 50 and the other at 75... they have to both run at 50 or 75!?)

Thanks!
post #932 of 945
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Originally Posted by delslow View Post

Hi,

Just picked up a used M6F and I have a few questions. Is there a way to run DIP5 or FanXpert3? I want to be able to tell the fans to run at a certain speed depending on the temperature of Temp_OPT1. Is this possible?

Also, I have 10 PWM fans and a PWM pump for my loop. Is there a clean way to run all of this? M6F seems to have just 2 PWM headers, both of which are controlled together (can't make one run at 50 and the other at 75... they have to both run at 50 or 75!?)

Thanks!

Yeah - No

What you want came in for the Z79.

Only Fan_Opt1 will react to temp_opt1. However it is possibe to daisy chain fans with the right splitters, so long as the total power draw is less than 1 amp. I have 5 Noctua NF-F12s on CPU_Fan.
post #933 of 945
Quote:
Originally Posted by delslow View Post

Hi,

Just picked up a used M6F and I have a few questions. Is there a way to run DIP5 or FanXpert3? I want to be able to tell the fans to run at a certain speed depending on the temperature of Temp_OPT1. Is this possible?

Also, I have 10 PWM fans and a PWM pump for my loop. Is there a clean way to run all of this? M6F seems to have just 2 PWM headers, both of which are controlled together (can't make one run at 50 and the other at 75... they have to both run at 50 or 75!?)

Thanks!

I use this.

http://www.amazon.com/Swiftech-8W-PWM-SPL-ST-Way-PWM-Splitter-Sata/dp/B00IF6R4C8/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1452692621&sr=8-2&keywords=8+way+splitter+pwm
post #934 of 945
Currently own the VII version of this Motherboard and need a replacement ROG Armour Guard. The plastic cover that covers the top of the motherboard. Anyone any idea where I could get a replacement from. Also enquired in the VII owners thread waiting for a response.

Cheers.
post #935 of 945
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Originally Posted by Bimmers View Post

Currently own the VII version of this Motherboard and need a replacement ROG Armour Guard. The plastic cover that covers the top of the motherboard. Anyone any idea where I could get a replacement from. Also enquired in the VII owners thread waiting for a response.

Cheers.

Best bet might be a broken board on ebay.
post #936 of 945
Hey guys. I just bit the bullet and upgraded to win 10. Was a pain in the ass to upgrade so I just did a clean install.

I ran into a problem, however. My wireless connection on this exact same hardware, on win 7, was 70mbps+. With win 10, and the downloaded drivers from the webpage, I cannot get more than 19mbps. What in the hell is going on, and how can I fix this?


This is with the formula VI, using the included wireless adapter and the antenna.
post #937 of 945
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Originally Posted by Tchernobyl View Post

Hey guys. I just bit the bullet and upgraded to win 10. Was a pain in the ass to upgrade so I just did a clean install.

I ran into a problem, however. My wireless connection on this exact same hardware, on win 7, was 70mbps+. With win 10, and the downloaded drivers from the webpage, I cannot get more than 19mbps. What in the hell is going on, and how can I fix this?


This is with the formula VI, using the included wireless adapter and the antenna.

Have you tried the latest wireless driver here https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/MAXIMUS_VI_FORMULA/HelpDesk_Download/

It shows beta version released on 6-30-15, give that a shot. Also make sure your router has the most recent firmware. thumb.gif
post #938 of 945
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Originally Posted by Barefooter View Post

Have you tried the latest wireless driver here https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/MAXIMUS_VI_FORMULA/HelpDesk_Download/

It shows beta version released on 6-30-15, give that a shot. Also make sure your router has the most recent firmware. thumb.gif

I fixed it the same day... somehow. Multiple driver and modem reset attempts. I honestly don't know what actually fixed it, though. rolleyes.gif
post #939 of 945
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Originally Posted by Tchernobyl View Post

I fixed it the same day... somehow. Multiple driver and modem reset attempts. I honestly don't know what actually fixed it, though. rolleyes.gif

Glad to see you got it sorted out!
post #940 of 945
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Originally Posted by Tchernobyl View Post

I fixed it the same day... somehow. Multiple driver and modem reset attempts. I honestly don't know what actually fixed it, though. rolleyes.gif


If in doubt - turn it off and turn it on again....
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