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    BIOS Controlled Fan Curve not working Crosshair VIII Hero (WiFi)

    Wasn't going to post about this and just deal with having my fans be at 75% to 100% all the time but now that I have my open back headphones again the noise is just too much.

    I have a custom liquid cooling on this board with 3 Radiators and 8 of EKs 2200 rpm fans on them. I set 5 of these fans to be controlled in the bios based on the water out temp sensor but no matter what temp the water is the fans never go above the lowest temps fan % and it's getting really frustrating is there anyone in the same boat as me or has someone gotten the setting to work?

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    Lastest bios is 1302 what are using ?

    I don't use external sensor but I've had no issue with setting fans control paths either. Perhaps the devil might be in the exact details / setup your using or even the sensor in use. Maybe try using CPU temp to prove bios control method is good, then this also proves the sensor or the way bios gets information from it as the issue.
    Last edited by RedSector73; 03-12-2020 at 03:51 AM.

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