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    New ROGer Array Rick Bromley PC Specs
    Rick Bromley PC Specs
    MotherboardMaximus ix extreme
    ProcessorIntel i7.7700
    Memory (part number)4 Corsair 64
    Graphics Card #1ROG Poseidon Platinum GTX 1080 Ti
    Graphics Card #2ROG Poseidon Platinum GTX 1080 Ti
    Sound CardBuilt in
    Storage #12 Ter
    CPU CoolerWater
    CaseThermaltake Tower 900
    Power SupplyCorsair 13000
    Keyboard Logitech
    Mouse Logitech
    Headset/Speakers Sound Blaster
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    Sep 2017

    Motherboard header case fans

    Hi I have just finish build a new PC, the motherboard is a Maximus IX extreme and I have a problem. The fans that are connected to the two motherboard header won't fire up without a push, I have two fan on each connecter all fans are Thermaltake 120mm (power 2.4watt, max current 0.2amp and 12volt) can I adjust any setting in the bios to make them work when the PC fires UP? What's my other option to make them work?

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    Try more Array tommiboi PC Specs
    tommiboi PC Specs
    MotherboardSabertooth Mark 1 Z170
    Processor6600K Delidded
    Memory (part number)Gskill 3200
    Graphics Card #1Asus STRIX GTX 980 TI EKWB watercooled
    MonitorAsus PG279Q , Benq XL2411T
    Storage #1Samsung 850 evo SSD 250
    Storage #2M.2 nvme Samsung 960 500 ( 2x in raid 0 )
    CPU CoolerEK Predator 360(rebuild with 280 extra rad)
    CaseBequiet pro 900 Orange
    Power SupplyBequiet Pure Power 9 700W
    Keyboard Corsair rapid fire (RBG)
    Mouse Roccat Kone XTD
    Headset Logitech G933
    Mouse Pad Razer Vespula
    Headset/Speakers Logitech Z4
    OS Windows 10 pro
    Accessory #1 Watch
    Accessory #2 Bracelet
    Accessory #3 1 earing

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    Hi isnt there a fan expert on ASUS suite ? if yes !
    Run the optimisation option. See if they kick in then.
    Try more, Try harder, Try and previal

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    ROG Guru: Grand Master Array
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    Oct 2012

    They should turn on when the PC powers up. Look inside the BIOS and check the settings on the populated headers.

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