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    I have a found a work around solution that I am somewhat ok with personally but I am still upset that the feature does not work as it should.
    Solution: In the BIOS settings, lets the fan speed be dictated by motherboard temp (or anything else) instead of CPU. I basically found that I can set my fans to ramp up when my mobo speed reaches 30c and that it functionally works as if it was tracking CPU speed. Once again, this isnt ideal, and wont work for everyone's case etc but it sort of works for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squidmaster7 View Post
    I have a found a work around solution that I am somewhat ok with personally but I am still upset that the feature does not work as it should.
    Solution: In the BIOS settings, lets the fan speed be dictated by motherboard temp (or anything else) instead of CPU. I basically found that I can set my fans to ramp up when my mobo speed reaches 30c and that it functionally works as if it was tracking CPU speed. Once again, this isnt ideal, and wont work for everyone's case etc but it sort of works for me.
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    so instead of fans being set to (cpu) and ramping up like a jet engine to 1200 rpm set the fans to mobo instead of cpu ?
    ok question is now that if the cpu hits say 65 c do that fans even spin up ? or unless the mobo hits 30 c then the fans just do noting ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by bass junkie xl View Post
    intersting

    so instead of fans being set to (cpu) and ramping up like a jet engine to 1200 rpm set the fans to mobo instead of cpu ?
    ok question is now that if the cpu hits say 65 c do that fans even spin up ? or unless the mobo hits 30 c then the fans just do noting ?
    Yes you are correct. I dont really do benchmarks or anything, only gaming, so my cpu and mobo tend to rise in temperature together.
    I have all of my fans set to run at like 700rpm all the time (when the mobo is under 30c) and when it goes over 30 the fans ramp to like 1000 or so. Since the mobo temp isnt spiking during internet browsing or whatever I haven't had a problem with the fans going up and down.

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    sucks this is still not fixed. constant up and downs are so annoying on an otherwise quiet custom watercooled pc

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