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UD3P/BIOS setting SpeedFan control of HSF Speed?

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November 1, 2009 10:46:27 PM

UD3P/BIOS setting for SpeedFan control of RPM?

This is the Motherboard in my computer system.
GigaByte GA-EP45-UD3P (REV 1.0)

I'm using speedfan but I have no ability to move RPM's up or down.

I'm using a 4-PIN 'Arctic 7 Freezer Pro' is my HSF Fan/Heatsinc for cooling.

Since it's a 4-PIN Fan, whish settings should I choose to make the Fan Speed adjustable once I am booted inside Windows 7 and using SPEEDFAN?
What settings in the BIOS should I choose?

1. SmartFan Opions?
2. CPU Fan Mode?

I've already tried DISABLED and PWM mode and all it did was cause the Fan to spin way above it's max RPM and I couldn't lower the rpm/SPEED via SpeedFan

I hope REALLY HOPE someone can help me. I've been Googling myself to near death for months.

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November 2, 2009 1:02:38 AM
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Try enabling smartfan and going into the options menu. I change the numbers to the lowest settings and the start up temp to about 40c. One fan was turning too slow, so it made a slight noise until I turned up the setting.
November 9, 2009 4:03:32 AM

Mine's up to 3150 RPM which is 750 above max RPM for this HSF Fan. Anyone care to comment on my IQ or writing style:gun:  or help me figure out proper cpu cooling?

Why can't I get those 21-25C Idle temps? :gun:  Mine **Never** is below 36C

:gun: 


thanks all :pt1cable: 

:gun: 



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