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I'm not even sure. My motherboard doesn't have these functions and I'm not finding that I need anything like this. So, I guess I'm trying to see what the real benefit is.

I still don't know what "the assignment fan" is.
sorry, i shouldve explain it further. the fuctions is to take the temp from source. if i choose cpu it will spin the same rpm as my fans in cpu_fan. if i choose mobo. it will read the temp of the mobo and start spinning on the settings i set. but yeah i guess i will have to experiment myself. im a newbie. didnt want anything to explode or spoil in the near future. after thinking everything is fine at the start
post #12 of 16

I just checked in my BIOS and I do have a CPU Q-Fan Control and a Chassis Q-Fan Control, but I disabled both of them. To this day, I still don't need them. I mean, look at my rig: my CPU is at 4.5 GHz, and I only have one mildly-overclocked GTX 780.


Edited by TwoCables - 11/2/15 at 12:15pm
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post #13 of 16
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I just checked in my BIOS and I do have a CPU Q-Fan Control and a Chassis Q-Fan Control, but I disabled both of them. To this day, I still don't need them. I mean, look at my rig: my CPU is at 4.5 GHz, and I only have one mildly-overclocked GTX 780.
so your chasis fans runs at max rpm ?
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so your chasis fans runs at max rpm ?

 

Yeah, that's 1200 RPM for them, and they're very very very quiet. I think I even have one or two of them connected to my PSU (a fan connected to a PSU should run at its maximum possible speed).

 

Oops, I have to log out. I'll be back later!


Edited by TwoCables - 11/2/15 at 12:47pm
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post #15 of 16
@OP
If you are trying to define your low and high rpm limits, the MOBO will do it for you. smile.gif
Go into the BIOS
Advanced Mode> Monitor> Q-fan Tuning
Run it.

It will take a few minutes and you can watch each fan drop RPM, stop and gradually step it up.
It is sending X voltage to the fan until the RPM wire stops reporting anything.

After you do this, you can go into qfan control and manually set a curve starting at the fans minimum operating voltage where as before, the minimum would probably be 50%.

All my fans spin at about 300rpm idle.

This may not have answered anything for you, but I hope it helped. Took me several months to find that tool.
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post #16 of 16
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@OP
If you are trying to define your low and high rpm limits, the MOBO will do it for you. smile.gif
Go into the BIOS
Advanced Mode> Monitor> Q-fan Tuning
Run it.

It will take a few minutes and you can watch each fan drop RPM, stop and gradually step it up.
It is sending X voltage to the fan until the RPM wire stops reporting anything.

After you do this, you can go into qfan control and manually set a curve starting at the fans minimum operating voltage where as before, the minimum would probably be 50%.

All my fans spin at about 300rpm idle.

This may not have answered anything for you, but I hope it helped. Took me several months to find that tool.
thanks it helps smile.gif
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