Originally Posted by shamino1978
I just wanted to let you know, there are a few of us who have been complaining about this WMI Fan Stopping Issue on the Crosshair VI and VII Boards (Basically any ASUS Board using the ITE IT8665E Super IO Chip), and I just wanted to let you know, that at least in my case, your BETA 0002 UEFI you posted for us, is working like a charm.
Thats the short version, but details of my config and situation, below:
I am someone who experienced the Motherboard Fan Headers completely cutting out literally every single day, sometimes multiple times in a day. I had tried both PWM and DC, as well as Auto, and it didn't seem to make a difference, whatever was plugged into those headers would simply just stop working.
I have now been on the 0002 Uefi for 2 days, my system as been running that ENTIRE time, and before the longest I could have my system on without reboots before the Problem Arose was about 6 hours. Now my uptime is exactly 26:32 Hours without reboot, and before that it was 14 Hours before a reboot, on your Beta 0002 UEFI, and the problem has not popped up once. Of course its only been 2 days, so I will continue to keep both of my systems running the Hero up and running, I am flashing my server as we speak (Its running the VI Hero), and that system stays up for Months at a time before a reboot, so I will be able to give you a more thorough report if you wish as time goes on, but I am pretty sure, at least with my configuration, that whatever you added in this UEFI has solved the Problem.
Also, just so you are aware, I run HWinfo64, it starts with the PC and remains running the entire time. I also will periodically use CPU-Z, AIDA64, and am now regrettably using AISuite to control my fan curve since the UEFI won't allow you to override that stupid 75c Critical Temp (Although I only open it when needing to make a change to my fan curve, it seems the program can remain closed now and the service controls the fans, which is a nice welcome change from the 1st Gen Ryzen Era where you had to keep the damn program open in order to keep your fan curve.) So All of these programs have been open at the same time at one point or another during this last 26 hour test, and the Fans are still running fine, so definitely whatever you did to fix it, worked for me!
Just thought you should know, I hope this fix gets incorporated into future Official UEFI's going forward. Thank you for your hard work as always!
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ASUS Crosshair VII Hero
EVGA 1080ti FTW3 Hybrid
G.SKILL Flare X Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) 3200Mhz (PC4 25600) - F4-3200C14D-16GFX (x2 Kits)
Samsung 970 Pro 512GB
Samsung 970 Evo 1TB
Samsung 850/860 Evo (x3 Raid 0 Game Drive)
WD Black 4TB (x2 Raid 0 Storage Drive)
LG Blu-Ray Burner (Model BH16NS40)
5.25" to One 3.5" and One 2.25" Bay (Model Syba SY-MRA55006)
EKWB Phoenix 360mm Modular Cooler
280mm Alphacool UT60
280mm EKWB Coolstream CE
Optimus Foundation AM4 CPU Block
x2 Corsair Pump/Res Combo
EKWB Acrylic 1080ti FTW Block
Windows 10 Enterprise
Samsung NU8000 55Inch TV (Its a 4k TV But I run in it 1440p 120hz)
LG 1080p 34 Inch Diplay
Corsair k70 RGB Lux Mk2
Razer Vespula V2
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HT-Omega eClaro 7.1 Sound Card
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Last edited by oreonutz; 08-27-2019 at 02:44 PM.