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Are you sure it should be 1400RPM with the stock fan? I'll send you one of my fan connectors for 20 NOK, which should hook it up directly to the PSU, while still being able to monitor speeds through a plug that's on the PSU
According to AMD it should be 3200rpm or more, they adviced me to take the fan in and get a replacement on the warranty. What connection does that fan connection use? those big white things? All mine are taken by all the fans, CD, DVD and hard drives.. But if that will help I can remove the CD drive.. I could probobly need a new PSU..

If you think it will help, i'll be grateful
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According to AMD it should be 3200rpm or more, they adviced me to take the fan in and get a replacement on the warranty. What connection does that fan connection use? those big white things? All mine are taken by all the fans, CD, DVD and hard drives.. But if that will help I can remove the CD drive.. I could probobly need a new PSU..

If you think it will help, i'll be grateful
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mm i tried the oc'ing utility that came with my mobo, and it was ok, but limited options. I then started oc;ing through my mobo, and lets just say, they conflict with each other. The settings would default in either one if i opened up the other.
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I would prefer to use my bios to OC but my motherboard does not like overclocking. I found that using Clock Gen works rather well. I know people say that software overclocking isn't very good but it seems to work well for me.
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