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Received mine yesterday, one hell of a board. No issues whatsoever with the last bios update, i'll go deeper this week end, and try a little overclocking while i'm tweaking some stuff.
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post #1152 of 1895
Any ideas to get a stable overclock at 4.7ghz?
Edited by JMCB - 5/6/11 at 6:32pm
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Any ideas to get a stable overclock at 4.7ghz?
what voltage are you using for 4.7ghz?
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post #1154 of 1895
Ok I have a problem. I have the GD65 I installed a scythe kaze jyuni ultra high flow and it is running 100% and is way too loud. I connected it to SYSFAN3. How do I get the mobo to automatically adjust fan speeds accordingly? It is driving me crazy!
post #1155 of 1895
Have you try adjusting the fan speed in Bios? bring it down to 50 percent? You might have to plug it into SysFan2 instead since you really can't control 3 & 4

You're pretty much out of luck, I use all my SYSFAN headers and I kinda ghetto rigged a voltage control switch to SYSFAN 3&4 to be able to control their fan speeds_ Otherwise you'll have to get a fan speed controller_
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Have you try adjusting the fan speed in Bios? bring it down to 50 percent? You might have to plug it into SysFan2 instead since you really can't control 3 & 4

You're pretty much out of luck, I use all my SYSFAN headers and I kinda ghetto rigged a voltage control switch to SYSFAN 3&4 to be able to control their fan speeds_ Otherwise you'll have to get a fan speed controller_
The odd thing is I can control sysfan3 from speedfan. But speedfan does not recognize my scythe slip stream 120 for some reason. I ended up just unplugging it right now. My fractal design case came with a fan controller I may try using it. I will plug it into sysfan 2 next time.

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post #1157 of 1895
You know I ask on the MSi forums about enabling the bios to control all the SYSFAN headers but to no avail they simply reply _ ... GET A FAN CONTROLLER... that was helpful of them eh? lol
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The odd thing is I can control sysfan3 from speedfan. But speedfan does not recognize my scythe slip stream 120 for some reason. I ended up just unplugging it right now. My fractal design case came with a fan controller I may try using it. I will plug it into sysfan 2 next time.

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You cannot control SYSFAN 3 in SpeedFan. The 3 fans in SpeedFan are CPUFAN, SYSFAN1 and SYSFAN2. The only way to control more fans is by using splitters. I use a Y-splitter to run two 140 mm's off SYSFAN1 and I've daisy chained 3 fans to the CPUFAN header.
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Very true.

httuner, if you want to control the 2 other headers, you'll need some kind of resistor between the header and the fan. It is possible to get some with adjustable knobs, but they aren't as convenient as software control, so I'd still argue that splitters are superior if you have matching fans.
Edited by B!0HaZard - 5/7/11 at 5:07am
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