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Okay I downloaded speedfan awhile ago to keep an eye on my temps, and never realy knew that the fan speed was adjustable right in speedfan until I downloaded it on my other PC. I can adjust the fan speeds on the other pc but this one does nothing and Im guessing its why my temps get kinda high underload because the fan hardly ever increase's, now on the other computer I can adjust it from 0rpm to 5000+ while this pc is usualy stuck at 2448 or around there idle or under load. Im guessing my board is causing most of these issues, Ive also noticed that CPU-z wont read my actual ram timings or speed. The other computer has a celey D 325 2.53 on a MSI board and this has a Celey D 335 2.8 on a biostar(via board) plus Ive noticed that the on this computer speedfan and some other things keep reading the CPU as if it was dual core because it has to vcore's on speedfan and in sandra it say's I need to turn on the dual cpu option in something. Look at the screen shots and tell me what you think. Oh and also the 12volt scale says this pc is only 10volts and the other says 12+volts. Ill post a screen shot of my other PC in a second.
 

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Heres a screen shot of the other pc
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MMm im not sure on that, i know speedfan works ok on my mobo, i can only adjust 1 out of 2 fans but its very spot on in the voltage department
 

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well on the other other PC I can adjust both fans, I can actualy hear them spin faster, as for the other board I can adjust the speed but the fan stay's the same. I think its the POS board or maybe the VIA chipset, I think from now on Im gonna go with intel chipsets only.
Any one else??
 

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Originally Posted by Adeoliver

well on the other other PC I can adjust both fans, I can actualy hear them spin faster, as for the other board I can adjust the speed but the fan stay's the same. I think its the POS board or maybe the VIA chipset, I think from now on Im gonna go with intel chipsets only.
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If is stuck at some speed, I may be of that speed, not fans are adjustable, mine is not adjustable.
 

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Originally Posted by CesarWilkins

If is stuck at some speed, I may be of that speed, not fans are adjustable, mine is not adjustable.


Im sure this is not that case, I dont think the fan knows the differance, however, the sencors are probably the reason for this, because when I was using the overclock software that came with the board the fan speed would increase automatically. I guess Im just gonna have to figure this out the hard way(by getting another board)

Any suggestions on good overclocking mATX boards??
 

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Originally Posted by Adeoliver

Im sure this is not that case, I dont think the fan knows the differance, however, the sencors are probably the reason for this, because when I was using the overclock software that came with the board the fan speed would increase automatically. I guess Im just gonna have to figure this out the hard way(by getting another board)

Any suggestions on good overclocking mATX boards??

Then, I dont know what could be then
 

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Originally Posted by fstfrddy

Speedfan does not work completely on all boards.

Ive slowly gathered that, now Im wondering why. Im guessing its a sencor issue or chipset issue.
 
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