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Hyper 212 EVO constant 1900 rpm, and I5 2500 constant 3.7 GHZ turbo

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January 5, 2013 9:15:59 PM

Hi, so I just bought this new PC it's working very nicely, but I'm just not sure if these calculations are normal. So HWmonitor says that my 212 EVO is running at 1900 RPM and this is just on idle. Even when I change it to power saver it still stays 1900 rpm.

Now for the CPU, I have the I5 2500 (non k). It runs very cool (constant 1900 RPM) around 24-29 C on idle, but a constant 3.7 GHZ which should be the turbo ( this happens on high performance), but when I put it on power saver/balanced mode, it drops to normal 1600 MHZ idle, but even then my 212 is at 1900 RPM.

Please let me know if these speeds are normal, thank you! :) 


EDIT: It's actually the Hyper 212 EVO +, if that changes anything.

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a c 900 à CPUs
January 5, 2013 9:18:17 PM

You might have a fan control setting that you will have to enable in BIOS for your motherboard to control the speed of the fan.
Everything else is normal. Could be called smart fan and you set target temperature.
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January 5, 2013 9:22:03 PM

rolli59 said:
You might have a fan control setting that you will have to enable in BIOS for your motherboard to control the speed of the fan.
Everything else is normal. Could be called smart fan and you set target temperature.


I've never really dealt with the BIOS before, so I'm essentialy clueless on how to do that. :sweat: 
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a c 900 à CPUs
January 5, 2013 9:25:34 PM

Enter BIOS (usually del(ete) key on startup) and look for HW monitoring tab probably under that.
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January 5, 2013 9:33:07 PM

Ok so I went to the BIOS, I went under "monitor" in it I saw CPU Q Fan Control and it was disabled. But then I saw the same thing for the Chassis which was also disabled and I thought that my chassis fan settings were normal, they're at 1200 rpm and 1000 rpm, is that normal? If not should enable both of these things? because I really don't want to mess with things that shouldn't be messed with...


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a c 900 à CPUs
January 5, 2013 9:36:59 PM

If your case fans are only 1000-1200rpm I would not bother with those but enabling those the board can control them as well.
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January 5, 2013 9:39:03 PM

Ok so I should enable the CPU Q fan control, but the chassis fans are fine. Correct me if I'm wrong.
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a c 900 à CPUs
January 5, 2013 9:41:41 PM

That is what I would do.
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January 5, 2013 9:47:59 PM

ok so that's what I did and now my idle RPM is 600, is this good?
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a c 900 à CPUs
January 5, 2013 9:49:46 PM

Yes that is how it should work and the fan should ramp up at the temp you set.
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January 5, 2013 9:52:04 PM

Do you know of a program I can use to check if the Fan RPM goes up? Something that won't damage it? Lol sorry if I sound like a "noob" it's cause I am. XD
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January 5, 2013 9:56:16 PM

Best answer selected by Havene123.
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January 5, 2013 9:56:33 PM

Thanks for all your help!
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