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By accepting the default value of 1 my fan speed was not calibrated correctly. I visually confirmed this by watching the rotation of the fan when I exited SpeedFan. I have it configured to run at 100% when it exits as a safeguard should it abend.
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Originally Posted by bfe_vern View Post
Configure>Advanced>Select Chip(in my case IT8718F)>FAN1 mult>2
In the bios? Sorry I am so confused
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In the bios? Sorry I am so confused
Sorry for the confusion; in SpeedFan. And to clarify - this did not really increase the rotational capacity of the fan. It wasn't calibrated correctly using the default SpeedFan configuration. So, if one was looking to increase RPMs over manufacturer's specs, this will not be the answer.
Edited by bfe_vern - 12/21/10 at 8:40pm
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