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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0002096||SpeedFan||Fan control||public||2013-01-29 05:31||2013-01-29 19:38|
|Platform||Windows||OS||7 x64||OS Version||SP1|
|Summary||0002096: Fans at full speed on startup|
|Description||When speedfan starts it starts with speeds 50% on cpu and 90% on case fan. Although the current temperatures are low (which should actually be in my system 10% for CPU and 40% for case fan). It is quite noisy and uncomfortable to hear it during startup. It seems that it does not read the current temperatures when it starts. Afterwards it lower them down to their right speed.|
Is this intentional? This behavior is consistent across different motherboards that I tried. Please note that I did not check the box to activate the set 100% when exits.
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|Motherboard Model||Asus P5GD1 Pro Asus P8h77-V|
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You can try new speedfan feature - Advanced Fan Control. That thing does exactly what you want: reads temperatures and sets fan speeds.
I'd like to see completely opposite change: to start fans from zero RPM with some predefined speed value and to slow down them after start as required.