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I keep on getting "CPU Fan error" and I really don't care for it because I know my CPU fan is running fine and I'm getting temps at 47C. Is there any way I can disable the error because I have to enter setup and exit to boot every single time and it's very annoying.

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Its saying there is nothing plugged into the cpu fan header, probably your cpu fan is on molex or wherever you put it. Look for a fan fail warning option, that should fix it.
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I thought something was wrong too but I opened it up today and everything looked fine so now I'm just looking for the option to disable the error in the bios but can't find it.
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Anybody else have any ideas?
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go into the boot tab, boot settings configuration, and set it to not require F1 on error.

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It is because your cpu fan is plugged into the wrong header. Plug it in to the 3 pin fan header above your cpu and furtherest to the right. On my p8p67-m pro there are two fan headers above the cpu and i had mine plugged into a normal one. But as soon as i switched to the other that screen went away. Here is a picture for you.
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Edit: On the motherboard in white print it should say cpu by the fan header too at least mine does.
Edited by RAFFY - 2/18/11 at 3:28pm
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Originally Posted by RAFFY;12438396 
It is because your cpu fan is plugged into the wrong header. Plug it in to the 3 pin fan header above your cpu and furtherest to the right. On my p8p67-m pro there are two fan headers above the cpu and i had mine plugged into a normal one. But as soon as i switched to the other that screen went away. Here is a picture for you.
NGqAF4n3IrTgRvOn_500.jpg

Edit: On the motherboard in white print it should say cpu by the fan header too at least mine does.
You my friend are AWESOME. Thanks so much. +rep.

Quick question for you, I've tried so many programs to control my GPU's fan speed because the thing is ridiculously loud--could it be that my GND one pin cable is not in the right place? I as thinking that would be the cause, the SPDIF cable isn't in any place (don't think this matters?).
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Originally Posted by SyrianGasolHatesApple;12440977 
You my friend are AWESOME. Thanks so much. +rep.

Quick question for you, I've tried so many programs to control my GPU's fan speed because the thing is ridiculously loud--could it be that my GND one pin cable is not in the right place? I as thinking that would be the cause, the SPDIF cable isn't in any place (don't think this matters?).

Ok here is a new picture below look at the purple....

NGqAF4n3IrTgRvOn_5001.jpg

The Reset Ground is closest to the bottom of the board and then right next to it is PWR Ground. And the names on your connectors alway face the middle. Im sure you cables are plugged in correctly. It is probably just a loud fan on the card, try rivatuners fan controller. There is a diagram in the owners manual too on page 1-27
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Originally Posted by RAFFY;12442020 
Ok here is a new picture below look at the purple....

NGqAF4n3IrTgRvOn_5001.jpg

The Reset Ground is closest to the bottom of the board and then right next to it is PWR Ground. And the names on your connectors alway face the middle. Im sure you cables are plugged in correctly. It is probably just a loud fan on the card, try rivatuners fan controller. There is a diagram in the owners manual too on page 1-27
I believe that's where I've connected it. It's super small and one pinned so hard to tell. The GND is connected but the other pin isn't, could that cause the problem?

I've tried Rivatuner, Firestorm, etc. Nothing seems to be working.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by SyrianGasolHatesApple;12442062 
I believe that's where I've connected it. It's super small and one pinned so hard to tell. The GND is connected but the other pin isn't, could that cause the problem?

I've tried Rivatuner, Firestorm, etc. Nothing seems to be working.

Those wont matter at all they are just for the power and reset buttons. Did you save the profile in Rivatuner?
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