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asus epu-6 engine case fans problem

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When i am using medium power saving mode case fans works fine but when i am using max power saving mode case fans stops working and trying to start again and it cant .Does anybody knows how can i fix this?
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post #2 of 7
You can't. Go back to medium power saving mode. The max power saving mode drops the fan's Voltage so low that it can't run.
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post #3 of 7
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Originally Posted by ehume View Post
You can't. Go back to medium power saving mode. The max power saving mode drops the fan's Voltage so low that it can't run.
The problem is when i am using auto mode and it automatically uses max power saving mode
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post #4 of 7
Time to dig into your mb manual. It's available on-line.
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post #5 of 7
Plug the case fan into a regular molex plug, adapter are easy to get, be sure you get the 4pin though.

On second though, aren't your case fans molex already?
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post #6 of 7
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Spct View Post
Plug the case fan into a regular molex plug, adapter are easy to get, be sure you get the 4pin though.

On second though, aren't your case fans molex already?
only the down fan,front and back fans are connected on motherboard
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CORSAIR SSD FORCE SERIES 60 GB // WD RE3 250GB SAMSUNG DVD-RW SH-S223C WINDOWS ULTIMATE 64-BIT SAMSUNG SYNCMASTER T200 
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post #7 of 7
get a spliter and plug both your corsair fans into one and then plug that into the psu

I forgot that mine did the same thing. I ended up plugging it directly to the psu, both fans.
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WD Black 750 Samsung H50, pull/push Win7 Pro 64 
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