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Just founf out that San Ace 120x38mm have 3 pin connector while MB CPU FAN header have 4 pins. So now i will have to change the fan cable or 3 to 4 pin converter?
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MB header? Does this is mean its perfectly normal and no damage will be done if i get rid of fan controller?
Well I took one for the team. Plugged my San Ace 9G1212H1011 into the mobo header to see if it would work as advertised. Worked for about 10 minutes then quit. Not sure if it fried the header or just faulted out yet. Either way I wouldn't recomend it unless your willing to risk your fan header while sorting out problems. By the manual it shouldn't be a problem. Something went wrong though.
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Well I took one for the team. Plugged my San Ace 9G1212H1011 into the mobo header to see if it would work as advertised. Worked for about 10 minutes then quit. Not sure if it fried the header or just faulted out yet. Either way I wouldn't recomend it unless your willing to risk your fan header while sorting out problems. By the manual it shouldn't be a problem. Something went wrong though.
I also tried on cpu header but it was gigabyte MB. It only works couple of seconds before shutting down. I think fan header is save, its just that this fan is just two powerfull maybe.
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hey guys i recently updated my bios to version 1002 and lost my 4.2 overclock. just a heads up. also if anyone else had this problem, what is a good version to revert to???
You ALWAYS lose your pre-set OC when you install a new BIOS because a new BIOS is a STOCK BIOS. That's why you always write down your OC in the little notebook you're supposed to keep a hard-copy of all your OC experiments in. You may then reset your OC in just a few minutes.
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Well I took one for the team. Plugged my San Ace 9G1212H1011 into the mobo header to see if it would work as advertised. Worked for about 10 minutes then quit. Not sure if it fried the header or just faulted out yet. Either way I wouldn't recomend it unless your willing to risk your fan header while sorting out problems. By the manual it shouldn't be a problem. Something went wrong though.
Well I'm sorry to hear that. I would think that there's definitely something wrong with the motherboard header though. I'm telling you I have two San Ace fans (one 120x38 plugged into the CPU_fan header) plugged into my mobo and they work flawlessly. They are full power on startup until the bios settings kick in and dial the volts down a notch.
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Well I'm sorry to hear that. I would think that there's definitely something wrong with the motherboard header though. I'm telling you I have two San Ace fans (one 120x38 plugged into the CPU_fan header) plugged into my mobo and they work flawlessly. They are full power on startup until the bios settings kick in and dial the volts down a notch.
I hear ya. 2amp 24 watts of CPU fan power. It shouldn't be a problem. Luckily it isn't a big deal to me. I was actually pulling it off the fan controller to put directly on PSU power as I suspected the fan controller was robbing some power from it. I just decided to test it out on the mobo. I'll mess with it some more later tonight. Test out a couple other fans in the header. Header was working previously. I'll report back on it.

I might have jumped the gun on it but I thought I better post a little warning to others since I am having problems with it.
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You want to use xmisery's settings as a starting point and make your tweaks from there.

xmisery's settings
Will his settings still work for me even if I have a i7 980X CPU..??
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I used to have a P5Q Deluxe and it had 4 stored profiles
in CMOS that could be labeled.

So, part one of O.C. Profile is that you can save these
labeled profiles in CMOS (8 on the P6X58D Premium)?

Part two of O.C. Profile is being able to burn these to
a thumb drive using the additional O.C. Profile utility in CMOS?

Haven't done part two, but I have saved profiles on the P6X58D
Premium, and if I load them, the values I put in the fields are not
saved (like they were on the P5Q Deluxe). I know about not putting
spaces in the names, and I have saved profiles without any naming at all
and they still are not retained.

The CMOS battery is new and good because it will retain the CMOS
settings when the board is off and power supply unplugged.

I am using the Premium and BIOS 0904.

Any ideas?
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So I just sent back the motherboard that Asus sent me as a RMA return today. I was on the phone with Asus for well over an hour trying to explain to them that I don't want a remanufactured motherboard sent to me agian but it was all for nothing because they are sending me a refurbished board anyways. They said that on the 3rd RMA that basically they do whatever it takes to make the customer happy lol. I hope it doesn't but it will probably come messed up to... wish me luck please guys...
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After finishing playing Fallout 3 tonight (over 10 hours) I checked the maximum GPU temperature in GPU-Z.
The top card hit 95C! The bottom card hit just 76C. I seriously need to separate these cards to PCI-E slots 1 and 3. How can I do this without losing all the lower connectors from USB 7/8 all the way back through the Front Panel Audio connector?
These 2 cards are non-reference Galaxy GTX470's so watercooling them is impossible. Maybe. There's a small possibility that I can use the Swiftech solution and just W/C the gpu's themselves leaving the rest of the cards capacitors, memory chips and whatever else to the mercy of the 120mm VGA duct in this HAF-X.
I guess I could use a slot fan since I'm not using the top PCI-x1 slot but I really don't think that'll help much at all. If any.
These are a pair of excellent cards, individually, and I'd hate to burn one up. I'll never buy another non-reference card again! I should've just stuck with the 1st card. I've yet to run across anything the 1st of these cards couldn't handle but I wanted to try Sli. Overheating never crossed my mind and I caught the 2nd card on sale for $280 shipped with a free game.
Help me please!
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