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When I change my multiplier CPU fan goes nuts

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I am done Ocing my processor just trying to max out my FSB when I drop my Multiplier my fan goes from the normal 15-20% or whatever to 100%, it is really loud. It has no need to be 100% as my temps are around 32C or so regular and 41C under load. Any ideas of what I should check on, I have googled but nothing has shown up.

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post #2 of 8
could be that in your bios you have it set so that your cpu temp will be at 32c or so all the time. if so, your fan would have to spin really fast so it can stay at that temp. try checking for a settings in bios for that.
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Yeah, might wanna check ur BIOS. Depending on what u have, there is usually something like an "emergency temp" or something of the sort, that will either shut down your comp, warn you, turn up fan speed, ect. when it reaches the selected temp.
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Thanks, I figured it was in the bios just wanted a little confirmation before I started touching fan settings. This thing called smart fan in the bios was on auto I just had to enable it to stop the "swoosh of doom". Just figured it out this morning.

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lol, that's why i don't like leaving the fan on auto.
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Just found that out today, wanted to post it so if anyone else ran into that they would have something to go off of.
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what if you download speedfan. I know its not too much but it will give you some time
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post #8 of 8
On my board you have an option that decides the CPU monitoring to react to PWM or Volts.
Its under PC Health Status. You might wanna check it out.
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