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Fans Running lower than the said RPM+ temps During Prime95 high?

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January 31, 2010 5:42:37 AM

After an hour of Prime95 (blend) here are my temps:

Recorded with Speedfan 4.40 and CPUID Hardware Monitor

TMPin0: 34C
TMPin1 63C
TMPin2 55C
CPU: 55C

FANIN0 3400RPM [I assume this is my stock cpu cooler]
FANIN1 1192 RPM (supposed to run at 2000rpm?) [120mm fan]
FANIN3 1196 RPM (supposed to run at 2000 rpm?) [120mm fan]
I also have another fan that is not connected to the motherboard. [120mm fan]


What is the verdict guys?

Why are my fans running slower than they should (Can I change the rpm somehow) ?
Are my temps unusually high/ unstable?


System:
Cooler Master 310 elite
3 case fans 1 cpu cooler
Gigybyte MA785GMTUD2H
Amd 620 x4
ATI 5770
4 gigs of 1600 g skill ram



IDLE TEMPS

TMPin0: 30C
TMPin1 34C
TMPin2 37C
CPU: 28C
January 31, 2010 5:21:55 PM

Bump.

I would still like to know if my system is unstable before I attempt to game on it.
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January 31, 2010 5:39:30 PM

Hook those fans up to some regular molex connectors from your power supply, and check if they actually spin up to 2000RPM, compare by sound, the difference between 2k rpm and 1.2k is audible i think...

Also, what kind of fans are they, 4pin I assume?
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January 31, 2010 6:26:44 PM

bower95 said:
Hook those fans up to some regular molex connectors from your power supply, and check if they actually spin up to 2000RPM, compare by sound, the difference between 2k rpm and 1.2k is audible i think...

Also, what kind of fans are they, 4pin I assume?



Ok, I hooked it up and couldnt hear a difference... although I could feel a bit more suction when i put my hand near the side fan so that would (I assume) mean faster RPM. I think I'm going to have to hook my Exhaust fan into the PSU so it can spin at 2k also.

as to the fans, they are molex (I think this is the one that goes into the motherboard?) and came with a 4pin adapter.


Also, what are your opinions on the temps?


Oh, and sorry to bombard you with so many questions, but do you know if these volts are normal/within range?

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