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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 09-19-2019, 06:13 PM - Thread Starter
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ASUS TUF X570 Wifi loud PCH fan

The built in chipset fan for my motherboard is running reaaallly fast and loud, a lot more than it probably should be. The fan is consistently above 3,000 rpm, with 2,500 as the absolute minimum. Is there a way for me to calm it down?
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Quote: Originally Posted by NeonShockz View Post
The built in chipset fan for my motherboard is running reaaallly fast and loud, a lot more than it probably should be. The fan is consistently above 3,000 rpm, with 2,500 as the absolute minimum. Is there a way for me to calm it down?
A little bit of rum on a pacifier usually does the trick.
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On the serious side... No. There is currently no manual software/bios options for the chipset fan.
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Quote: Originally Posted by NeonShockz View Post
The built in chipset fan for my motherboard is running reaaallly fast and loud, a lot more than it probably should be. The fan is consistently above 3,000 rpm, with 2,500 as the absolute minimum. Is there a way for me to calm it down?


Improve your case flow. I have 3 intake 140mm fans and two exhaust ones. Flow is great and I can barely hear the chipset fan and it’s usually around 2000ish rpms.


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