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How do I max out fan speed on a P5W DH Deluxe?

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  1. Casheti

    Casheti New Member

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    I've looked in BIOS and all I can see is ASUS Q Fan, which you can set to auto, optimal, or performance. I put all my fans on performance but I doubt they're running at max.

    I've tried SpeedFan and that doesn't work either. Any suggestions?

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    (That is my idle temp on on a good day, sometimes it can reach 55*C+ )
     
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    max fan speed or no, how fast do you want them to go? All your temps look fine to me.
    What is the temp of the room your in?
     
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    My Asus set on Auto runs my fans at 100%. Performance runs my case fans at 60% and my CPU fan progressively from ~40%-~90% depending on CPU temp. Optimal is about 45% for case and ~40% for CPU.
     
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    My room temp is 27*C. And yea I want the fans to be full whack 100% max.
     
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    Well if you don't believe your MB is running them at 100%, your next best bet will be a fan controller. But I think at Auto they are at 100%, as every board I've had in the last few years was like that with any form of fan control, auto=full speed. But maybe that was just the boards I chose. I dunno.

    Research your fans to check and see what their max RPM's are, CFM etc, they may be maxed out and you just may be dissapointed. :toast:
     
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    Hmm I'll have a chizzeck.
     
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    Might want to try Speedfan.
     
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    Im going to sleep.
     

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