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new case fans buggy

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im updating my case for water cooling so i got a 800d. i moved all my stuff over now the fans r buggy it seems there goin at max speed but in the bios says goin 800-1000 or so it says. Also when i looking at them in the bios as the number of speeds update it has 2 or 3 secs where i can do anything such as move up down left or right in the bios. same thing when i look at them in windows theres 2-3 secs of the fans saying there running a zero they never spin down

EDIT: Just wanted to add this was never a issue with my old case


^^^ lol they all just happnd to be at zero in the screenshot
Edited by Mr_MuZiK - 2/24/11 at 1:17am
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BUMP + i found a NEW blue LED light on my MoBo i cant find anything on it it my user manual on it. this light is right below the 2ed ram dimm (first orange) i have asus p6t v2 mobo
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2x10K Raptors Raid 0 - WD 1TB - Seagate 2TB Random DVD Burner Win7 64x 27" Asus 
PowerCase
1000W Corsair 800D 
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I7 920 D0 Asus p6t v2 GTX 295 12GB Corsair 1600 
Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
2x10K Raptors Raid 0 - WD 1TB - Seagate 2TB Random DVD Burner Win7 64x 27" Asus 
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1000W Corsair 800D 
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168750 rpm.... WHAAAAAAAAA

Also, check your pins. Could've accidentally pulled something out slightly. Worth a try.
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