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How to tell if H70 itself and fans are full blast?

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So I'm still trying to figure this out. I put my rig together about two weeks ago. Temps are fine and what not, but I want to make sure both fans on my H70 are running full blast.

I have the pump going to CPU_FAN and the fans going to CHA_FAN1.

TL;DR: I want to check to see if the pump and both CPU fans are running at full blast.

I heard if everything is at full blast it's supposed to sound like my rig is taking off, but it's not. Unless I'm really that used to it already.

Thanks!
Edited by pjBSOD - 3/26/11 at 4:48pm
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I also checked the BIOS to make sure everything controlling fan speeds was/is disabled. Q-Fan was "enabled". I set it to "disabled" saved & exited and now my computer sounds like a leaf blower.

Excellent.
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Just for general knowledge you can monitor your fan speed's by using either HWMonitor or SpeedFan, with the latter you can also adjust them.
    
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