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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0000178||SpeedFan||Fan control||public||2005-01-24 19:50||2005-03-15 13:23|
|Platform||Shuttle SN95G5v2||OS||Windows XP||OS Version||SP1|
|Fixed in Version||4.22|
|Summary||0000178: Fan control doesn't work on Shuttle SN95G5v2|
|Description||The fan control doesn't work on Shuttle SN95G5v2 at all. It doesn't matter, which values I change for which fan RPM field - none of the fan spin changes.|
|Additional Information||I've connected a substituted graphic fan (Titan) to fan3 connector on the motherboard. But even without it, no fan rotation changes.|
Hopefully you can fix it quickly, otherwise my girl friend is going to kill me. ;o)
Thanks a lot
|Tags||No tags attached.|
|Video Card Model||Saphire 9800Pro AIW|
Didn't you get a popup windows about the IT8712F when starting SpeedFan?
Did you have a look at the help file?
Check the options in CONFIG / ADVANCED (set to SOFTWARE CONTROLLED and 3M).
I've changed it according your guidiance (for IT8712F and ADT7463 accordinaly). But unfortunatly nothing changed so far. Something else I could try?
It might be that your motherboard doesn't support fan speed changing :-(
Try to go as low as 0% and make sure that fans are getting their power from the fan header. I don't know if this is your case, but sometimes 4-pin fans are required by motherboard circuitry.
Unfortuantly it didn't helped either.
You are right, I have the (standard) CPU fan on 4-pin, the bridge and the graphics fan are attached on the mainbord but just with 3-pin.
Is there any information I could provide, that you even could "make it happen"?
I can imagine, that there are a lot of happy Shuttle SN95G5 users, but all waiting to get a Speedfan version supporting their system.
There is a hardware based solution (mCubed T-Balancer XL), but the Shuttle has damned small case (which was reason I've bought it ;o)) and I don't think I get the box in there.
I would really appreciate your help.
||Actually, as far as I know, other users can properly change fan speeds with systems like yours. Please, configure SpeedFan at your best, then close SpeedFan restart it and send me a SEND REPORT. I will check it.|
|2005-01-24 19:50||michael_S||New Issue|
|2005-01-24 19:50||michael_S||Video Card Model||=> Saphire 9800Pro AIW|
|2005-01-30 18:11||alfredo||Note Added: 0000620|
|2005-01-30 18:11||alfredo||Severity||block => feature|
|2005-01-30 18:11||alfredo||Status||assigned => acknowledged|
|2005-02-04 23:04||michael_S||Note Added: 0000627|
|2005-02-25 08:30||alfredo||Note Added: 0000716|
|2005-02-28 23:17||michael_S||Note Added: 0000748|
|2005-03-01 01:15||alfredo||Note Added: 0000749|
|2005-03-15 13:23||alfredo||Status||acknowledged => resolved|
|2005-03-15 13:23||alfredo||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2005-03-15 13:23||alfredo||Fixed in Version||=> 4.22|