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How to set my fan control in bios

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August 21, 2009 5:52:00 PM

hey everyone i want to know how to set my cpu smart fan control in bios, as it can be auto, voltage, pwm, and what is pwm, what i want to do is i use speedfan to bring the speed of the fan down to 50% as i still get pretty much the same results as with 100% but alot quieter and when i restart my pc the cpu fan always starts on full and i have to go into speed fan and change it everytime, is there a way to make it fixed so its always on 50%, right now i put it on auto as its not on full always but then i go into speed fan and change it there but that gets annoying to do everytime. What can i do about that?

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a b K Overclocking
August 21, 2009 7:40:33 PM

Get a fan controller....

If your CPU is too loud at 100% then it would be a hassle to go into bios EVERY time you get annoyed by the sound... With a fan controller you can lower or raise the fanspeed on-the-fly and this way your life should be much easier.....
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August 21, 2009 7:52:02 PM

so do i disable the cpu smart fan thing?

and can speedfan do anything about it, can i set it at 50% and save it because everytime i go into speed fan its at 100% hmm yeah i think ill just go with a speed controller thing, and do they have to be 4 pins to connect to the fan controller or can i regulate a 3 pin also? and how much does one cost?
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August 21, 2009 7:57:57 PM

oh and where do i place them in the case, as i dont have a floppy drive space only the dvd slots, and arent they to big?
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August 21, 2009 9:59:48 PM

now can a 3 pin fan be regulated also or only 4pin like the cpu fan?
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a b K Overclocking
August 21, 2009 11:22:41 PM

yes,

all you need is an adapter.... private message me if you want the instructions on how to do it....
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