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    Microsoft Windows 10 Professional (x64) Build 19044.1706 (21H2)
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       #21

    bobkn said:
    Run the fans at low speed to keep the noise down. If things heat up too much, run them faster.
    I assumed the faster the better, but the fact that they are moving at all is the most important thing? Anyway. where precisely in the bios do I go to adjust fan speed. You see my current numbers in my attachments. Both fans are rotating, so what adjustments should I make, or should i just leave them alone?
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    Win 11 Pro 22000.708
       #22

    kitpzyxmsir said:
    I assumed the faster the better, but the fact that they are moving at all is the most important thing? Anyway. where precisely in the bios do I go to adjust fan speed. You see my current numbers in my attachments. Both fans are rotating, so what adjustments should I make, or should i just leave them alone?
    Usually the fans are pretty noisy if run at full speed.

    For settings, see p. 77 of the downloadable manual, if your motherboard is the one in "my computer" (ASRock Z170 Pro4).
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    Windows 10
       #23

    As a possible workaround fix, you might look into an add-in PC drive bay fan controller (usually fits nicely into unused 5.25" drive bays). I've had good luck buying these on Newegg.
    HTH,
    --Ed--
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