After searching around Google, some people have said their processor fan runs at more than 2000 RPM but I can't seem to get mine past 1050 RPM. I have tried SpeedFan and increased the speed to 100% but it's still at the 990-1050 range.
My motherboard is an Intel DG35EC and I didn't find anything to control the fan speed in the BIOS. The stock fan is a 4-pin one.
I would appreciate it if anyone could give me any tips on how to increase the speed or fix this problem. Thanks.
EDIT: I would also like to ask another question..
My PC has been auto-restarting a lot lately and every time it does that, I'll get a blank screen while the fans and other things are running and I have to "recycle" the power to be able to see a responding screen. It even reboots sometimes while my system is just booting up.
I haven't overclocked any of my hardware and it just reboots out of the blue without a blue screen, sometimes even while loading Safe Mode.
I guess I'll save up for a new PSU since this one is almost 3 years old and it just came with the case. (Yeah, yeah.. Crappy PSU hehe)
My CPU cores reaches 69 C while playing games like ArmA 2 so I'm pretty concerned about the slow fan speed. I'll see if I can find something similar to the control thing in the BIOS.
Yes sounds like dodgey PSU to me, go with a good brand like corsair and the like. 69 degrees aint to bad, but the lower the better obviously, yeah look in the bios there will be something in there thats controlling the fan speed. Try under somewhere like hardware monitor or similar in bios, usually in there.