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Hey guys,

I've decided to go with the 212 Evo for my new build and was wondering what kind of fans you all would recommend for push/pull? It's going to be cooling an i7 3770K overclocked to a modest 4.5GHz, so in other words nothing crazy. I would prefer to buy fans from Newegg as I will be ordering a bulk of my parts from there (saves on shipping).

Thanks!

The evo comes with an Xtraflo. Putting two different fans for push/pull won't be a very good idea, so if you want another fan this is the one you should get (don't know where to find it though) http://www.coolermaster.com/product.php?product_id=6754
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The evo comes with an Xtraflo. Putting two different fans for push/pull won't be a very good idea, so if you want another fan this is the one you should get (don't know where to find it though) http://www.coolermaster.com/product.php?product_id=6754

I would say that the XtraFlo fan isn't the best choice in the US.
It could be found in the CM Store wich is costly, specially for a sleeve bearing fan.

The XtraFlo isn't a budget fan in the US.
The Blade Master is definitively one of the best $10 fans for any budget heatsink like the 212.
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THIS is for the attention of asus P8 owners (and hyper 212)

http://www.overclock.net/t/1362311/p8z77-v-pro-priority-boot-problem

Its a fir read, but the upshot is, - I keep getting the F1 screen - which stops me booting into windows on restart/startup.

Does anyone else have these issues?

My findings are tat its the default 600RPM threshold that's causing it.

YOU decide smile.gif

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My board is an Asus P8Z77V-LX and comes with only 1 CPU Fan header.
It doesn't have the CPU_OPT_FAN header.

The default CPU Fan threashold is only 200 rpm.
The all CHA_FAN headers and the PWR_FAN headers threasholds are 600 rpm.

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Hey dude thanks,

I don't use any of the asus suite - I could never get the fan option to work, - I would only ever get the 3 button options(I cant remember what they were). mine is taken from the bios.

I get that you don't have the same board, - but why would your cpu fan threshold be only 200RPM? yet the rest of yours is 600RPM? - all of mine are set @ 600RPm but all can be lowered down to 200 (or ignored)

Is the ai suite any use then? - I know NOT to use it for o/c'n

Thanks dude.
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1) I'm just curious why are you using the CPU OPT FAN and not the CPU FAN?

I know that both headers work the same way but it's make more sense to use first the CPU FAN then use the optional CPU header if it is needed.

2) Even in the bios the default "CPU Fan Speed Low Limit" is 200 rpm and the "Chassis Fan Speed Low Limit" is 600 rpm.

I'm not really needing the AI Suite but I would say it's usefull if you want to monitor de board temps and the fan speeds.
The HWMonitor doesn't show these informations.

The Fan Expert+ can also test the fan speed.



I've never tried to update the bios version using the Bios interface.
I always download the latest bios then I update the new bios version using the AI Suite.

It's pretty annoying to restart the system then check anything in the Bios interface.
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1) I'm just curious why are you using the CPU OPT FAN and not the CPU FAN?


I know that both headers work the same way but it's make more sense to use first the CPU FAN then use the optional CPU header if it is needed.

2) Even in the bios the default "CPU Fan Speed Low Limit" is 200 rpm and the "Chassis Fan Speed Low Limit" is 600 rpm.

I'm not really needing the AI Suite but I would say it's usefull if you want to monitor de board temps and the fan speeds.
The HWMonitor doesn't show these informations.

The Fan Expert+ can also test the fan speed.



I've never tried to update the bios version using the Bios interface.
I always download the latest bios then I update the new bios version using the AI Suite.

It's pretty annoying to restart the system then check anything in the Bios interface.




I'm not using the cpu opt fan.

Wont my fans speed increase when under stress without the fan xpert?
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post #5568 of 6667
According to the 3rd picture the CPU FAN is N/A and the CPU OPT FAN is spinning at 593 RPM.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1362291/asus-p8z77-v-pro-boot-priority-problem-bios-1805

This is true the boards controls the fan speed without the Fan Xpert.
The Fan Xpert is only a interface for the board features.
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ahhhh yh, that was way back at the start, shortly after that it was discovered, http://www.overclock.net/t/1362311/p8z77-v-pro-priority-boot-problem/30 - post #39 around 3 weeks ago.

Sorry for the confusion with that one smile.gif
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Haha, no problem.

I didn't read the all pages.
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