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gigabyte 990fxa mb cooling issue?

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Hi guys.

So i have the above mentioned MB. It only has 4 fan outputs..cpu fan..sys 1 fan and sys 2 fan and sys pwr fan.

i have my H60 pump connector into the sys pwr fandata md the fan into cpu fan. Those seem to work fine. Pump speed shows at 4500rpm and the fan goes from 600-1500rpm based on temps, and temps stay nice and low.

Now, my other fans are AF120's. The sys 2 is my exhaust and ranges from 800-1400rpm on temps.

My main question are my intake fans, on th sys2 header. They NEVER get above 600 -800rpm. Even before i added a splitter for an additonal fan.

Temperatures over all seem fine, nothing is overclocked. But i will be concerned if i do. As of now, my sys temps are ultra settings are around 110f, but my r9 270 hits about 130f

I have extensive experience with speed fan but cannot seem to get it to work on this board for some reason.

Im also wondering how flexible the tubes on the H60 are? I would like to miunt it to top of my case insteadof rear. Pics are in my sig line might show what im talking about

Thanks all!
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WD Blue 1TB Corsair H60 Liquid CPU Cooler Corsair AF120 x3 Windows 7 64bit Pro 
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i wouldn't even use speed fan. adjust fan setting in bios. and your current temps are fine.
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The strange thing is the bios. When I leave it on auto I get much greater speeds. Even if I turn it to manual max settings I still get lower speeds,than on auto. Though about switching the intakes to the exhaust headers for greater intake speeds and see how that works out
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD FX8350 990FXA-UD3 AMD Radeon R9 270 Crucial Balistix 2x4GB (12800) 
Hard DriveCoolingCoolingOS
WD Blue 1TB Corsair H60 Liquid CPU Cooler Corsair AF120 x3 Windows 7 64bit Pro 
MonitorPowerCase
22" Samsung Syncmaster T220 Corsair CX600M Corsair Carbide Spec-02 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD FX8350 990FXA-UD3 AMD Radeon R9 270 Crucial Balistix 2x4GB (12800) 
Hard DriveCoolingCoolingOS
WD Blue 1TB Corsair H60 Liquid CPU Cooler Corsair AF120 x3 Windows 7 64bit Pro 
MonitorPowerCase
22" Samsung Syncmaster T220 Corsair CX600M Corsair Carbide Spec-02 
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