Speedfan: Controlling CPU fan speed Tags: Heatsinks Speedfan CPUs Overclocking Last response: October 9, 2008 9:28 PM in Overclocking Share Lefti October 9, 2008 9:03:20 PM Hi, What I want to do is use speedfan to automatically control my Zalman CNPS9700LED CPU fan based on it's temperature. So I click the configure button and go to the "fans" tab, the CPU fan is listed there spinning at full speed. Next I go to the "speeds" tab, there I can set "speed1", "speed2" and "speed3". Unfortunately none of these speeds relate to my CPU fan, or any other fan for that matter. How do I make the CPU fan speed adhere to one of these settings? Did I miss something obvious? Advice on this would be much appreciated More about : speedfan controlling cpu fan speed Lefti October 9, 2008 9:28:53 PM Never mind i figured it out, you need to go to advanced and set PWM1 to "Software Controlled". Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources I can't change my cpu fan speed with speedfan Forum Help with controlling individual fans with SpeedFan Forum SPEEDFAN CPU FAN SPEED / SMARTGAURDIAN ..? Forum Control fan speed ( Speedfan not working)? Forum how to calibrate speedfan temps and control fan speeds Forum Does someone can control fan speed with speedfan on K7S5A? Forum Help controlling systemfan2 ( Speedfan ) Forum fan speed doesnt show in speedfan Forum Speedfan Cannot control side or exhaust fan Forum Control case fans based on GPU temp using Speedfan Forum Cpu fan speed and speedfan . Forum UD3P/BIOS setting SpeedFan control of HSF Speed ? Forum Controlling fan speed through 4-pin molex? Forum How to set cpu Fan speed to 50% automatically when i run the SpeedFan 4.46 Forum SpeedFan CPU Fan running at 100%, problem help! Forum Fixed Voltage Forum Safe CPU VTT and FSB voltages Forum what is CPU VTT? Forum Determining max safe temp for a CPU Forum Nehalem (i7) Extreme 965 CPU HSF-Who makes one? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !