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Originally Posted by leichtwork View Post
I pluged my pump into one of the header fans. Those stay at a constant and don't change. My tends to stay around the 1350 rpm area, this is good because that is what the pump needs. For your 3 pin to 4 pin conection, you can plug it into a fan controller and go into the bios and turn the cpu fan off so that you don't get an error when you turn your computer on. That is how I have mine set, on a push pull set up. My idle temps are not the greatest but my house stays around 80 degress because its expensive to keep a 7000 square foot house cool on really hot days, but it still stays really cool under load.

When I have it plugged into the fan controller I have it on auto during normal use, when I play a game or put it under load I then put it in Manual mode and have everything cranked up.
The fan headers on the board don't necessarily stay at full speed, it all depends how it's setup. If he plugs the pump into the CPU fan header he won't get a error since it'll detect something connected to it.
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Hey guys, so I got everything installed and running without too much trouble, however I have hit an odd snag in figuring out my temperatures.

In the bios my temps at idle are the low 30's but on the desktop, whether I'm using Hardware Monitor, Core Temp, or OCCT it reports the temperature on all cores as 0 degrees celsius, which I know can't be right.

Any idea why this might be?
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Hey guys, so I got everything installed and running without too much trouble, however I have hit an odd snag in figuring out my temperatures.

In the bios my temps at idle are the low 30's but on the desktop, whether I'm using Hardware Monitor, Core Temp, or OCCT it reports the temperature on all cores as 0 degrees celsius, which I know can't be right.

Any idea why this might be?
sensors are on crack then...

Hopefully someone on this thread has your same mobo... and he will probably help out

random question... are you using the latest bios? maybe try updating it
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Hey guys, so I got everything installed and running without too much trouble, however I have hit an odd snag in figuring out my temperatures.

In the bios my temps at idle are the low 30's but on the desktop, whether I'm using Hardware Monitor, Core Temp, or OCCT it reports the temperature on all cores as 0 degrees celsius, which I know can't be right.

Any idea why this might be?
I have the same problem with my MSI motherboard. The only program that shows temps for my CPU is the one that came on the MB disk/downloaded from MSI. I have been told that a bios update would possibly fix the problem but since the MSI Overdrive program works fine I am not going to bother updating bios and possibly mess something up.
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Where should I plug the 3 pin fan connector too?
I have the same board as you. The only adjustable fan headers on that MB are CPU_FAN and SYS FAN2. The others always run at max speed. I plugged the pump into SYS FAN1 and it runs constant max, 1390 or so. I plugged the fans into CPU_FAN and the bios adjusts their speed. The 4 pin is for PWM fans but it can run voltage too (3 pin) so go ahead and plug it in. You can use EasyTune6 to map your own fan speeds,or just leave it at auto.
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hey semajha bro what fans are you using? If they're big ol' 38mm's you might not want to run them both off a single mobo header....could potentially cause damage right guys? Not expert on that but I know from a few of the fans I've looked with disclaimers about plugging even one of them into a mobo header...mainly deltas and pabst etc.

Also, I'm curious about this myself, does running more than one fan from a standard splitter(not talking about fan controllers) that is just 2 female and one male 3 pin cable reduce the voltage to each one? Or is the splitter able to draw more voltage from the header to compensate?


Figured it was about my cue again to come in and freak you out =D
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hey semajha bro what fans are you using? If they're big ol' 38mm's you might not want to run them both off a single mobo header....could potentially cause damage right guys? Not expert on that but I know from a few of the fans I've looked with disclaimers about plugging even one of them into a mobo header...mainly deltas and pabst etc.

Also, I'm curious about this myself, does running more than one fan from a standard splitter(not talking about fan controllers) that is just 2 female and one male 3 pin cable reduce the voltage to each one? Or is the splitter able to draw more voltage from the header to compensate?


Figured it was about my cue again to come in and freak you out =D
I'm interested in an experts opinion on any possible problems. I'm certainly not an expert but in my experience with semajha's board I found when connecting a 38mm Panaflo to the headers that always run 100% max the board shuts them off after a fraction of a second. However, when connected to the controlled headers they work fine. 2 Panaflo's on the H70 thru the CPU_FAN header and 3 Panaflo's thru the SYS FAN2 header (which is tied to the northbridge temp) work just fine. I have only 1 giving RPM readings (like the H70 y splitter) but all 3 get the correct amount of 'juice'. Now if only I could find out how to map the SYS FAN2 header fan speeds manually...
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Hmm, updating the Bios didn't do any good but I can monitor temps with Gigabyte's overclocking program Easy Tune 6.

Unlocked the 4th core on my Phenom II X3 720 with no issues, been fiddling with overclocking. Currently Prime 95 testing with the multiplier bumped up to 18x and voltage up to 1.520. Frequency at 4 cores rated at 3.6ghz.

Ambient temp: 20-21 degrees
Idle so far: 26 degrees celsius
Load so far: Hasn't gone past 52 degrees so far.

How's that for a slice of fired gold? If it passes the overnight stress test I'll see if I can get the same thing after turning the voltage down a bit.

Update! Temps have gone up to but haven't pushed past the 54-55 mark. Tried dialing the voltage back to 1.475, no dice though, comp restarted during Prime 95. Giving 1.5 a shot and so far so good. Load temps are at 45-46 mark.
Edited by Siegfried262 - 10/2/10 at 2:02am
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Other than for looks is there a reason you have a grill on the fan inside of the case? Just restricting airflow and not worth it for looks at least I would never have it on there myself.
3c cooler now without the grill

Wonder why I didn't realize that...
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3c cooler now without the grill

Wonder why I didn't realize that...
Wow wouldn't think it would make more than a 1C at most but 3 is amazing. If you want to add some color I would just tape off the whole inside of the fan(blades inner sides etc.) and then paint it any color you want since you wouldn't restrict flow by painting the end of the fan and the outside of it you could still add some color.
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