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  1.    17 May 2017 #1651
    Join Date : Oct 2013
    NW Florida
    Posts : 9,489
    Windows 10 Enterprise and Pro/Windows 7 Enterprise/Linux Mint

    specialkone, CL will control your PSU fan if you have a Corsair i series PSU. I have a Corsair AX1200i PSU, that I am not using. The fan on it does not turn at all unless you install CL and set it to spin up. It will start up by itself, if it gets hot enough. I just am a believer in the idea of not letting it get hot to begin with.
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  2.    17 May 2017 #1652
    Join Date : Oct 2014
    Posts : 920
    Windows 10 Pro

    My PC's sit in my basement where it stays about 65F (18.3C)all year round. Heat has always been easy for me to deal with.
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  3.    18 May 2017 #1653
    Join Date : May 2015
    Posts : 1,551
    Windows 10 Pro 64

    Quote Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
    specialkone, CL will control your PSU fan if you have a Corsair i series PSU. I have a Corsair AX1200i PSU, that I am not using. The fan on it does not turn at all unless you install CL and set it to spin up. It will start up by itself, if it gets hot enough. I just am a believer in the idea of not letting it get hot to begin with.
    That's very interesting. So CL will control that Corsair power supply fan. Quite ironic that CL doesn't control the three Corsair AF140L case fans in this Obsidian 750D case. All it does is report them and their RPM, TWICE. Asus MB to the rescue as that's where I control (and prefer to) the case fans.

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  4.    18 May 2017 #1654
    Join Date : Feb 2015
    Bamberg Germany
    Posts : 17,679
    Win10 Pro, Win10 Pro N, Win10 Home, Win10 Pro Insider Fast Ring, Windows 8.1 Pro, Ubuntu

    I just set my fan curves(more aggressive as temps get higher) in the BIOS.
    The two lower points for nice and quiet, and the second two points at a steep curve for intensive use:

    Temperature Procent Speed
    20C 20%
    40C 50%
    60C 80%
    70C 100%
    This is for my CPU, rear exhaust, and the three at the top. three bottom intake are hooked up directly to my PSU, and max at only 1000 rpm, and are totally silent(let that air flow).

    I used to use the MSI Command Center to do the controlling, but since the Creators Update it was buggy as hell(changing fan settings on it's own, and the portion to look at RAM info/change SPD settings didn't work any more) so I uninstalled the crap, and now just use BIOS, and let it control everything. Just forget 3rd party crap, and set it & forget it, it works well for me, when benching, my fans ramp up, and without anya extra background program using memory or CPU inside of Windows.

    I can open AIDA64 and check things though, if need be.
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  5.    18 May 2017 #1655
    Join Date : Aug 2015
    Maine
    Posts : 38,677
    Windows10Pro 64Bit

    Quote Originally Posted by Cliff S View Post
    I just set my fan curves(more aggressive as temps get higher) in the BIOS.
    The two lower points for nice and quiet, and the second two points at a steep curve for intensive use:

    Temperature Procent Speed
    20C 20%
    40C 50%
    60C 80%
    70C 100%
    This is for my CPU, rear exhaust, and the three at the top. three bottom intake are hooked up directly to my PSU, and max at only 1000 rpm, and are totally silent(let that air flow).

    I used to use the MSI Command Center to do the controlling, but since the Creators Update it was buggy as hell(changing fan settings on it's own, and the portion to look at RAM info/change SPD settings didn't work any more) so I uninstalled the crap, and now just use BIOS, and let it control everything. Just forget 3rd party crap, and set it & forget it, it works well for me, when benching, my fans ramp up, and without anya extra background program using memory or CPU inside of Windows.

    I can open AIDA64 and check things though, if need be.
    Not using our CL will not allow us to control our led light, on CL plus the control of the water pump rpm's . There might be a way in our bios to control the water pump and fan......but nothing for the led lighting. CL don't use that much memory anyhow.....at least on my rig. I also only start it up manually. I like being able to change my colors on my Cooler.

    As far as the Creative Update....I'll leave my opinion on that subject to myself ....for now.
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  6.    18 May 2017 #1656
    Join Date : Aug 2015
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    Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit (1709)

    Quote Originally Posted by specialkone View Post
    Yes OldMike. I think your situation is exactly like mine and I don't think there is anything "wrong" with your bios. I also think CL is controlling your rad fans, not the bios. For me, that's fine. If I have CL controlling a fan I don't want bios also trying to control it. You can of course play with rad fan settings in CL. Fixed rpm/percent to limit noise. I know some are controlling rad fans on a curve with water pump temp which doesn't make the fans run up and down like CPU temp does. Not sure but doubt CL is displaying your power supply fan, at least it doesn't for me. More likely yet another phantom fan.

    What I don't get is why Worf isn't having the duplicate fan issue
    I was having Duplicate fan issues:

    Quote Originally Posted by worf105 View Post
    I have this same blip. Easy fix was to close it down and then open it up again and all ok. Looks as if it get to excited when first loading with Windows loading samsung magician. Not had this issue with new version that oldmike posted and even found my missing rear AF140 fan.
    I have Corsair Link controling the whole water cooling setup (LED, Pump & Rad Fans) and use Asus Fan control to control all other fans in system.
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  7.    18 May 2017 #1657
    Join Date : Jun 2014
    USA
    Posts : 1,593
    Windows 10 Pro x64

    Quote Originally Posted by Cliff S View Post
    I just set my fan curves(more aggressive as temps get higher) in the BIOS.

    I used to use the MSI Command Center to do the controlling, but since the Creators Update it was buggy as hell(changing fan settings on it's own, and the portion to look at RAM info/change SPD settings didn't work any more) so I uninstalled the crap, and now just use BIOS, and let it control everything. Just forget 3rd party crap, and set it & forget it, it works well for me, when benching, my fans ramp up, and without anya extra background program using memory or CPU inside of Windows.

    The one major thing I love about my board is the Hybrid fan headers allowing you to use any fan - PWM or voltages, 3 or 4 pin. Each individual header can be configured to run a specific fan curve for that header through either the BIOS or Gigabyte's SIV software. However I can't use SIV since I don't have Gigabyte's APP Center installed. Not a fan of it.

    Anyway, I still use Corsair Link to control my H115i cooler since I have the radiator fans coming off the cooler itself, and not the board. In this instance CL controls both fan speed and pump speed.

    It all works pretty well here, no issues.
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  8.    18 May 2017 #1658
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    Here is a small video tour of Nessie & Co. Hope you enjoy the movie

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  9.    18 May 2017 #1659
    Join Date : Feb 2015
    Bamberg Germany
    Posts : 17,679
    Win10 Pro, Win10 Pro N, Win10 Home, Win10 Pro Insider Fast Ring, Windows 8.1 Pro, Ubuntu

    Nice video Andrew
    Thanks for show and telling
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  10.    18 May 2017 #1660
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cliff S View Post
    Nice video Andrew
    Thanks for show and telling
    Your welcome cliff.
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