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I am going to oc my E6600 and since my mobo apparently doesnt support cpu fan control I'm just wondering if I can just disable the smart fan and let the cpu fan run at 1350000 RPM without hurting the fan.

Will running the fan a max speed hurt it?




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I am going to oc my E6600 and since my mobo apparently doesnt support cpu fan control I'm just wondering if I can just disable the smart fan and let the cpu fan run at 1350000 RPM without hurting the fan.

Will running the fan a max speed hurt it?




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I don't think there is such thing as 1350000 RPM. But Disabling smart fan and allowing the fan to run at 100% shouldn't hurt it in any way.
    
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I am going to oc my E6600 and since my mobo apparently doesnt support cpu fan control I'm just wondering if I can just disable the smart fan and let the cpu fan run at 1350000 RPM without hurting the fan.

Will running the fan a max speed hurt it?




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SpeedFan needs configuration to work correctly.

Running at 100% fan will not hurt it. I believe you know your way through BIOS? Go into PC Health and you'll see,


Change your Fan Speed Control Method to "Disable" and your CPU fan will always run at 100%
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overclocking an E6600 with a stock fan. hmmm. why don't you people buy 6320s or 6420s?
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post #5 of 10
no

just like they said above it will not hurt.

I imagine you'll lose abit of lifespan (maybe it will last 5 years instead of 6 years )

But no its fine
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ok thnaks, I do have one more question though...

If I have my fan speed control method set to legacy, it apparently lets you control the fan somehow, how does that work?







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Attachment 52365 Thats prob cause its not configured or somtin








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Your SpeedFan is not configure and I don't know how.

Do what I said above. Save, exit and restart. Go back into that same section and you'll see your RPM at max.
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Ha wow, more like RPH (rotations per hour)
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If I have my fan speed control method set to legacy, it apparently lets you control the fan somehow, how does that work?
i think some fans have a chip on them that lets you control the fan speed even if your motherboard doesn't have the 4-pin. am i just making that up? it's possible, but it seems true to me for some reason.
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i think some fans have a chip on them that lets you control the fan speed even if your motherboard doesn't have the 4-pin. am i just making that up? it's possible, but it seems true to me for some reason.
AAre you talking about the voltage control chip?

I've Heard of that but I'm nt sure if its true also...
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