|01-27-07, 08:31 AM||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2006
I want to lower the speed of my 680i chipset fan. It spins very fast at 5500rpm and so is very loud. I don't think I need it to be that fast anymore. I tried using smart fan but it's very confusing and buggy. As soon as I lower the percentage, the fan regisetr goes haywireor perhasp the fan itself is I don't know.
What else is there to lower the fan speed without using smartfan. I want something like how Asus has in windows called Q fan.Cheers.
EVGA 680i mobo,
Corsair Dominator 1156mhz 4-4-4-12,
BFG 8800gtx(2) sli on a Dell 3007wfp,
Coolermaster 830 black,
and Tagan 1100watt psu.
|01-27-07, 09:21 PM||#2|
Join Date: Jul 2002
Re: smart fan
As long as you you are not haveing to run at very high voltages to overclock ,you could just take the little fan out,but the only way to make it run slower is to use SmartFan.I don't trust SmartFan so I just don't use it ,but mine is not that loud ,really I can not hear it over my case fans.
Intel i7-3820+Corsair H-100+ASROCK X79-Extreme4+16gigs G.Skill PC1600DDR3+2-ASUS DirectCU II GTX-670 in SLI+Crucial 256g-SSD+2- Samsung 1-TB+2-WesternDigtial 640g+LG-12x Blu-Ray Burner+1100w CoolerMaster+Antec-P280 case+50" Plasma PM6700+Logitech Mouse+Keyboard+Pioneer VSX-1020+Polk Audio Speakers
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