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Old 07-14-2007, 07:38 AM   #1
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right heres how it is. i just bought a new case which has 3 case fans on it.

2 side 1's blowing in and the rear blowing out and my temp's are running at like 53 - 56 'C but heres the problem my CPU fan is only running at 1500Rpm

where as befor when i only had 1 case fane my temp's would be like 49'C but my CPU fan ran at like 3300Rpm ?

and TBH whiles its running at 56'C i can feel my comp lagging where as before it was fine ?

is there any program that will allo you to manually turn up the speed of your CPU fan ?

if so could you please tell me how ? thanks guys
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Old 07-14-2007, 07:52 AM   #2
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Did u try Speedfan?
And shouldn't your new case have the option of changing speed for the fans? whats the case model?
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yh i tried speedfan but all fans are set at 100% and still only runnign at 1500Rpm ?

maybe im not using it right can u please tell me how
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I guess ur case hasnt got the speed control has it? Change the speed in CPU BIOS
Whats the case model? and give some specs about ur comp pls
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Did you plug the cpu fan back into the cpu fan port on the motherboard .
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yh i plugged it back into the cpu fan bit coz there are only 2 - 3 pin fan connectors on my mobo and the other is way ova the other side of the mobo.

my specs are

Pentium D 915
2 Gb 533 Mhz RAM think its by corsair
Asus P5vd2-mx Motherboard
7300Le graphics card

and im a little ashamed ot say my case in not name branded its ebuyer extra value heres the link http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/105235

and how do i turn the fan speed up in the bios ?
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That case is ok , better than mine prolly http://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Compo...roductId=21963 but hey .

As for the bios it should be somewhere in the bios maybe hardware monitoring or something
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Thats a great case btw, as for changin the fan speeds in the BIOS, i personally dont have that sorta motherboard but u can figure it out, its not that hard. Ok i will post a link here, and have u updated your BIOS?

http://www.tomshardware.com/2006/01/...s_from_a_to_z/
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yh i know its a good case i bought 1 previously for my G/F's brothers comp

but i thought people in here would look down on it coz its now named

and im just checking out that link now.

i guess the easiest way is just to flash my bios with the newest stable version and just fiddle lol
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is your CPU fan have a 4 pin connector? if you disable the PWM contorl it will always blow at max RPM's
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