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Wondering how I can boost my FAN speed.. can't find it in the BIOS. I don't like how low the RPM runs when it get's up to a high temperature. Using the stock cooler.

My BIOS(I don't have AI Tweaker. I also don't have the CPU FAN Profile): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOki9wM8Zvc

My PC: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16883220515&cm_re=desktop-_-83-220-515-_-Product
Edited by Fluxify - 6/28/16 at 11:42am
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Wondering how I can boost my FAN speed.. can't find it in the BIOS. I don't like how low the RPM runs when it get's up to a high temperature. Using the stock cooler.

My BIOS(I don't have AI Tweaker. I also don't have the CPU FAN Profile): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOki9wM8Zvc

My PC: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16883220515&cm_re=desktop-_-83-220-515-_-Product

If the fans are plugged into the motherboard download SpeedFan. Can control the fans through there. JayzTwoCents on youtube has a video he posted not too long ago on how to fully set it up. Hope this helps.
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If the fans are plugged into the motherboard download SpeedFan. Can control the fans through there. JayzTwoCents on youtube has a video he posted not too long ago on how to fully set it up. Hope this helps.
Thanks. I'll check it out.
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If you don't mind blowing em up, use higher voltage. As there is no other way to make them run faster when they aren't limited by PWM or other fan control.
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If the fans are plugged into the motherboard download SpeedFan. Can control the fans through there. JayzTwoCents on youtube has a video he posted not too long ago on how to fully set it up. Hope this helps.
Got my exhaust fan running 2500 RPM, and my CPU fan running 2600 RPM. Are these too high, or good? Don't really notice a difference in temperatures, although my stock cooler can't be seated properly. Don't think 80 Celcius when gaming is going to be that bad.. Around 45 Celcius doing nothing, then when loading Chrome with a set of like 10 tabs, it rockets up to 71 Celcius.
Edited by Fluxify - 6/28/16 at 3:41pm
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Got my exhaust fan running 2500 RPM, and my CPU fan running 2600 RPM. Are these too high, or good? Don't really notice a difference in temperatures, although my stock cooler can't be seated properly. Don't think 80 Celcius when gaming is going to be that bad.. Around 45 Celcius doing nothing, then when loading Chrome with a set of like 10 tabs, it rockets up to 71 Celcius.

Depends on the fans really, all fans are different and what is too high for one might be low for another, just go off percentages. try not to run your fans at 100% 24/7. Your cpu sounds about right for a stock cooler ( unless you have changed it ) asus only uses the stock coolers intel gives, and the spike your seeing is just quick load from loading web pages and such, quick short loads like that will spike the temps. 80c is hot but its not dangerous really. Best way to better your temps really would be to see if you can add more fans in that case internally, a intake fan would help out a ton, aside from that change your cpu cooler to something like a evo 212 or a shorter tower cooler for better temps ( but really any cooler over the stock will do better 90% of the time ) And if you want and or willing, finding a new case with better fan options would help a ton. but thats up to you and you dont have too by any means. hope this helps a bit.
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Depends on the fans really, all fans are different and what is too high for one might be low for another, just go off percentages. try not to run your fans at 100% 24/7. Your cpu sounds about right for a stock cooler ( unless you have changed it ) asus only uses the stock coolers intel gives, and the spike your seeing is just quick load from loading web pages and such, quick short loads like that will spike the temps. 80c is hot but its not dangerous really. Best way to better your temps really would be to see if you can add more fans in that case internally, a intake fan would help out a ton, aside from that change your cpu cooler to something like a evo 212 or a shorter tower cooler for better temps ( but really any cooler over the stock will do better 90% of the time ) And if you want and or willing, finding a new case with better fan options would help a ton. but thats up to you and you dont have too by any means. hope this helps a bit.
LOL, I had trouble removing the stock cooler, and now it doesn't seat properly, so that's why they are higher then usual. Long story of it.. doubt I'd be able to install a new case and I can't find any local shops willing to build computers or install a cooler lol... Do you know any good pre-built PC's with good cooling? Preferably with an SSD, but not required. I'll be playing CS:GO..
Edited by Fluxify - 6/28/16 at 11:56pm
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LOL, I had trouble removing the stock cooler, and now it doesn't seat properly, so that's why they are higher then usual. Long story of it.. doubt I'd be able to install a new case and I can't find any local shops willing to build computers or install a cooler lol... Do you know any good pre-built PC's with good cooling? Preferably with an SSD, but not required. I'll be playing CS:GO..

Thats a bit difficult. Most big companies with prebuilts are rather crappy with cooling and only use the stock cooler and 1 fan 90% of the time, companys that build them person to person are the best but they can get quite pricey and do have a price premium. I mean if your willing to learn and such you could do it all yourself. a bit of a learning experience haha. myself as well as tons of others here would be happy to help you through it the best we absolutely can but i totally understand if you dont want too. companies i can name off the top of my head that do good prebuilts would be Ava Direct, Xotic Pc, Origin Pc. ( im sure im forgetting a few as its 5am here and im tired lol. i'll be better off tomorrow and i'll update this post with others im forgetting. )
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Thats a bit difficult. Most big companies with prebuilts are rather crappy with cooling and only use the stock cooler and 1 fan 90% of the time, companys that build them person to person are the best but they can get quite pricey and do have a price premium. I mean if your willing to learn and such you could do it all yourself. a bit of a learning experience haha. myself as well as tons of others here would be happy to help you through it the best we absolutely can but i totally understand if you dont want too. companies i can name off the top of my head that do good prebuilts would be Ava Direct, Xotic Pc, Origin Pc. ( im sure im forgetting a few as its 5am here and im tired lol. i'll be better off tomorrow and i'll update this post with others im forgetting. )
Can you recommend me a good computer from those site(s)? I'll be playing CS:GO and want to achieve 300 FPS constant as much as possible.
Edited by Fluxify - 6/29/16 at 1:29pm
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Can you recommend me a good computer from those site(s)? I'll be playing CS:GO and want to achieve 300 FPS constant as much as possible.

300FPS?! WHY? am i out of date on how the new kids from around the block play? what is the point of 300fps? or do you mean 30fps and hit a extra 0 haha. tongue.gif

and how much are you looking to spend? whats your price point?
Edited by InverseTundra - 6/29/16 at 1:56pm
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