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is there an option in bios to bump up cpu fan speed

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by ste2425, Apr 30, 2009.

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    i no every make of bios has different settings but in general is there an option to bump up my fan speed? as ive got a new rig for my uncle and his E5200 runs idle at 48-50 at 2.5 cheers guys
     
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    Which motherboard STE? Gigabyte's fan speed controls is in the PC Health Status section, same can be said for DFI. Abit's is in uGuru section of the bios.
     
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    thats guys but i dnt really want a program to run in the background as it aint my computer id rather an option in the bios or something like that and its an asus mobo
     
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    Tell us the make and model of mobo and we can probably say :)
     
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    get an independant fan controller and hook it up to that instead of the mobo
     
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    Most of the time its under PC Health and stats then look under smart fan controll!!
     

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