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sorry but the fans of my houses Corsair 780T are 3-pin for adjustment pwm just buy the adapter cables from 3 to 4 pin?
what are the advantages of pwm?

PWM offers better fan control to lower speeds. You can't convert a DC fan (3-pin) into a PWM fan with a cable adapter, but you can plug the 3-pin fan connector into a 4-pin header - make sure you set the proper mode in the BIOS for the fan header (DC).
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Is offset voltage still the way to go or is it lame this time around?
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Is offset voltage still the way to go or is it lame this time around?

Adaptive or offset work fine. Adaptive works better in that it maintains the stock voltage table between stock frequencies (0 to ~3300MHz), but applies the turbo voltage beyond stock frequencies. That has the potential benefit of lower idle temperatures, and lower idle voltage. Manual is always the best choice for finding a maximum overclock.
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PWM offers better fan control to lower speeds. You can't convert a DC fan (3-pin) into a PWM fan with a cable adapter, but you can plug the 3-pin fan connector into a 4-pin header - make sure you set the proper mode in the BIOS for the fan header (DC).

in bios it is on auto
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in bios it is on auto

Auto is okay, as all headers on the new X99 boards can auto sense fan type.
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Hey guys.

I know I'm not in NA, but what the heck are these extra x99 strix logo stickers for in the box, do I have to remove the orange colored ones first, I'm confused..lol
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looking good! lol - AS-5... not really bad stuff once cured, slightly better than peanut butter. wink.gif
Yeah, that 8x4GB kit is a good one. I wouldn't give it up unless you just want to tweak stuff. Ran flawlessly on my R5E at very tight timings.

If I recall right your kit was Hynix and mine is Samsung. Still, decent results though, and likely will get better with a new R5E instead of the X99-A II. biggrin.gif
    
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in bios it is on auto

This won't matter if you have the front fans connected to the 780T fan controller. That case has a built-in controller that can only run 3 pin DC fans. You can move the fans to the motherboard and use BIOS/software control, in which case PWM or DC fans will work fine. In this instance, there isn't a lot of benefit to changing to all PWM fans unless you do want to run BIOS only fan control. There is a substantial minimum speed difference (PWM ~25%, DC 60%).
Edited by XTAC - 7/14/16 at 8:37am
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Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post

Auto is okay, as all headers on the new X99 boards can auto sense fan type.

Hey Raja, on the R5E-10, the H_Amp_Fan and W_Pump headers, what's the recommended amp limit on these? (cpu fan being 1A).

lol -= this is the "Manual Warning of the Week":


Edited by Jpmboy - 7/14/16 at 7:40am
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lol -= this is the "Manual Warning of the Week":


Looks like they've had a few returns for fans not working biggrin.gif
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