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    CPU Fan Error. Criosshair V Formula Z with NZXT X61 Kraken

    Hi,
    I know there is a similar thread for Corsair H100i in this forum.
    But am creating another one in case there is difference between x61 fan header. The problem is same. Bios stops from starting with Fan CPU error. As the other thread suggests the error goes away if 'cpu fan speed' is set to 'ignore' in bios monitoring tab.

    But I don't want to do that if possible. The reason being I want the CPU to ramp up/down the speed when the temperature goes high/low. Has anybody managed to fix this problem?

    My Bios Version is
    Vendor: American Megatrends Inc.
    Version: 2201

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    We owe our existence to the scum of the earth, Cyanobacteria

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    Thank you for those links MeanMachine. So it is one less thing to worry about. The fans will be running at full speed all the time. So don't have to worry about cooling.
    But the noise it makes is annoying.

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    Yea, So as I understand it, You would have to replace the fans with 4 pin PWM headers to make them variable?
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    Thank you MeanMachine

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonysonney View Post
    Hi,
    I know there is a similar thread for Corsair H100i in this forum.
    But am creating another one in case there is difference between x61 fan header. The problem is same. Bios stops from starting with Fan CPU error. As the other thread suggests the error goes away if 'cpu fan speed' is set to 'ignore' in bios monitoring tab.

    But I don't want to do that if possible. The reason being I want the CPU to ramp up/down the speed when the temperature goes high/low. Has anybody managed to fix this problem?

    My Bios Version is
    Vendor: American Megatrends Inc.
    Version: 2201
    On my crosshair v I have to turn two things off to not get the cpu error. I have a h100i and I can plug it into any fan header and she still boots. also post your corsairlink problems
    here
    . - - I dont have CL installed I use this to controll everything - How is the h100i getting power? that would trip that coed
    Crosshair IV 1090T 4093.7 - Crosshair V FX - 8350 Batch # 1243PGT 4.422MHz - 4816.08 MHz 1.5v - GSKILL F3-14900CL9D-8GBSR(x2)1087.6 11-12-10 1.5volts - ViewSonic VX2439wm - Acer GD235HZ - SyncMaster P2350 - PowerColor Red Devil RX 480 8GBD5-3DH/OC - Current Mode: 5760 x 1080 - (retired) ASUS GTX660DC2O2GD5 - Nvidia 3D Vision Wired - HAF 932 - Corsair HX850 - Corsair H100i - latest quakelive.com - Day thirteen 60fps - as always I'm powered by Futurelooks.com

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    sorry didnt read the entire post
    Crosshair IV 1090T 4093.7 - Crosshair V FX - 8350 Batch # 1243PGT 4.422MHz - 4816.08 MHz 1.5v - GSKILL F3-14900CL9D-8GBSR(x2)1087.6 11-12-10 1.5volts - ViewSonic VX2439wm - Acer GD235HZ - SyncMaster P2350 - PowerColor Red Devil RX 480 8GBD5-3DH/OC - Current Mode: 5760 x 1080 - (retired) ASUS GTX660DC2O2GD5 - Nvidia 3D Vision Wired - HAF 932 - Corsair HX850 - Corsair H100i - latest quakelive.com - Day thirteen 60fps - as always I'm powered by Futurelooks.com

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