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Hi guys,
I just upgraded my H50's fans

- before:
Stock Corsair + Noctua NF-P12 connected on CPU and chassis Fan header 1
- Now:
Dual gentle typhoon AP-15 (1800rpm) connected via a 3/4 pin to dual 3/4 pin splitter on CPU Fan header

The trouble is the Scythe fans aren't PWM so they're running full speed all the time which isn't great.
Before, both fans were PWM and I could control them via Q-Fan.
I read this on anandtech forum:
- cpu fanheader: can only control 4-pin pwm fans.
- 4-pin casefanheader: can control 3-pin and 4-pin pwm fans, min speed 40%

Should I connect both fans via the splitter on the 4pin case fan header?
Will fans speed up according to the cpu temp or the chassis temp?

I doubt there's any PWM to Analog converters out there. I'd rather avoid a fan controller, especially the manual ones.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Infrabasse View Post
Hi guys,
I just upgraded my H50's fans

- before:
Stock Corsair + Noctua NF-P12 connected on CPU and chassis Fan header 1
- Now:
Dual gentle typhoon AP-15 (1800rpm) connected via a 3/4 pin to dual 3/4 pin splitter on CPU Fan header

The trouble is the Scythe fans aren't PWM so they're running full speed all the time which isn't great.
Before, both fans were PWM and I could control them via Q-Fan.
I read this on anandtech forum:
- cpu fanheader: can only control 4-pin pwm fans.
- 4-pin casefanheader: can control 3-pin and 4-pin pwm fans, min speed 40%

Should I connect both fans via the splitter on the 4pin case fan header?
Will fans speed up according to the cpu temp or the chassis temp?

I doubt there's any PWM to Analog converters out there. I'd rather avoid a fan controller, especially the manual ones.
You could actually build your own PWM to analog circuit. There are plenty of guides on the webz.

Here is one that is prebuilt, but I don't know if it is capable of providing enough amps to run 2 fans, since I can't find specs on its rated output. If it will handle 2 fans, you will need to cut the Tac sensor off one of the fans, and use a 3 wire fan splitter. Unfortunately, it's not cheap.

PWM - 3 pin fan controller

Fans connected to the chassis fan header will not respond to CPU temps, Q-fan adjusts these fans based on chasis temp.
Edited by xandypx - 2/21/11 at 7:10am
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Fans connected to the chassis fan header will not respond to CPU temps, Q-fan adjusts these fans based on chasis temp.
Thought so
It's a shame asus didn't pull the analog/PWM trick on the CPU header too.
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Thought so
It's a shame asus didn't pull the analog/PWM trick on the CPU header too.
Put them on the chassis fan header, and use it to slow the fans down to a constant speed that works well under load and is quieter than 100% fan speed. Set Q-Fan to Manual, then make the high and low temps the same, and the % speeds the same. You can go as low as 60% and up to 100% fan speed this way with non-PWM fans. The catch is that these settings will affect BOTH chassis fan headers on the board.

Ideally, every fan header should have it's own Q-Fan control options in the UEFI.
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Thanks for the input guys

Quote:
Originally Posted by Sheyster View Post
Ideally, every fan header should have it's own Q-Fan control options in the UEFI.
I couldn't agree more !!
I've noticed top of the line motherboards (maximus, rampage, etc) tend to have a lot more headers. I should look into the amount of fan control these motherboards offer.

Do you know if the intel recall will allow a swap for a different/better motherboard if we pay for the difference ?


Edit: indeed the Maximus IV Extreme is very well equipped for fan control:
- 8x PWM headers
- CPU header up to 1A
- 3 added temp probes
- fairly complete fan control solution although I'm guessing some fans are still controlled in groups.
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Originally Posted by Gary Key
Update -
1. We will have additional UEFI updates for the WS, H67, and P67M boards in a couple of days.
2. USB Drift fix for MS Receiver 3.1 users is in testing.
3. B3 stepping replacement boards will be arriving very shortly.
4. Start answering PMs again tonight, sorry, my bad luck string this past month continued with a severe infection after oral surgery last week (which was a surprise event any way).
5. About finished with the first memory tuning guide, just received some really nice memory from Mushkin that I am testing today.

this dude is something else..this is the only response from him after 1305 bricking,it sounds like every time they have issue with new bios he have oral surgery
    
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this dude is something else..this is the only response from him after 1305 bricking,it sounds like every time they have issue with new bios he have oral surgery
I'm not touching 1305 until the official release on the ASUS site, which it is still not, even as a Beta BIOS.
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I'm not touching 1305 until the official release on the ASUS site, which it is still not, even as a Beta BIOS.
same here,1305 Bricking BIOS pool ;
http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1586653
    
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Kind of scare me for flashing to 1305
Seems like my i5-2500k needs a lots vol to stable at 4.8Ghz
My current bios(1305) setting:

AI Overclock Tuner = Manual
BCLK/PEG Freq = 100
Turbo Ratio = By All Cores 48
Internal PLL overvoltage = Enabled
EPU Settings. Disabled
Load Line Calibration =Ultra High
VRM Frequency = Manual
VRM Fixed Freq Mode = 370
Phase Control = Extreme
Duty Control = Extreme
CPU Current Capability = 130%

CPU Voltage = Manual Mode- 1.445
VCCSA = Auto
VCCIO = Auto
CPU PLL = 1.71
PCH= Auto
VRM Spread Spectrum = Disabled
Speedstep = Enabled
Turbo = Enabled
C1E = Enabled
C3 = Enabled
C6 = Enabled

Temp at max load is 89*C with Blend test,idle is 38*C
Ambient temp is 29*C
Anything i can do to lower my vol?
And what is the deal with LLC?i can set it to Extreme and lower my vol to 1.4 but it's the same heat level as in Ultra High with 1.445 vol ,so what is the benefit of LLC,as in my case i can just increase my vol instead of increase LLC and lower vol.
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Anything i can do to lower my vol?
And what is the deal with LLC?i can set it to Extreme and lower my vol to 1.4 but it's the same heat level as in Ultra High with 1.445 vol ,so what is the benefit of LLC,as in my case i can just increase my vol instead of increase LLC and lower vol.
higher LLC = higher voltage spikes under load

you should try offset mode.... read this short thread

btw, im on 1305 and all is well
Edited by dealio - 2/22/11 at 8:55am
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