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what the title says,i'm running with the intel stock cooler.
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Just go into the bios and there should be an option for system monitor and change the setting to manual and speed 100%
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Wouldn't that be ridiculously loud?
Or do you not mind?
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by xHassassin View Post
Wouldn't that be ridiculously loud?
Or do you not mind?
You don't know what "ridiculously loud" is until you have 3 delta 220CFM fans in your system.
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Originally Posted by xHassassin View Post
Wouldn't that be ridiculously loud?
Or do you not mind?
i don't give a damn.
is there a software for that?
i didn't find any options in the BIOS,that's why i asked here in the first place.
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Hardwire that sucka right to a +12v from your psu.
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post #7 of 16
This is the current method I am using.

Credits goes to grunion for the idea.

I used a 4 pin adapter to 3 pin fan adapter. Since the 3 pin fan adapter would be blocked on a side, which would prevent you from plugging in your stock 4 pin fan connector, I cut the side of the 3 pin fan adapter to fit with my fan's wire. Your 4 pin fan connector fan will only be getting power, which would make it run at full speed. The unplugged pin is the fan controller, which is now not controlled by your motherboard.

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Originally Posted by TaiDinh View Post
This is the current method I am using.

Credits goes to grunion for the idea.

I used a 4 pin adapter to 3 pin fan adapter. Since the 3 pin fan adapter would be blocked on a side, which would prevent you from plugging in your stock 4 pin fan connector, I cut the side of the 3 pin fan adapter to fit with my fan's wire. Your 4 pin fan connector fan will only be getting power, which would make it run at full speed. The unplugged pin is the fan controller, which is now not controlled by your motherboard.

i was going to do that!!!!!!
can i use a fan controller like this one(pic attached):
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post #9 of 16
Read this...everything you wanted to know about your board.

Your question:
PC Health Status
CPU Smart FAN Control: Enable or disable the motherboard's control over the processor fan. Disabling this feature will force the CPU fan to operating at 100% duty cycle.
CPU Smart FAN Mode: Auto allows BIOS to detect optimal fan control mode. Voltage sets the Voltage mode for a 3-pin CPU fan. PWM Sets PWM mode for a 4-pin CPU fan.
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post #10 of 16
on mine it runs full on pwm all the time or slowly all the time on voltage. how do i get it to work properly, like change the speed as it actually heats up lol.
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