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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0002454||SpeedFan||Fan control||public||2015-11-06 04:11||2019-01-09 07:15|
|Platform||OS||Microsoft Windows 10||OS Version||Windows 10 Pro|
|Product Version||4.52 beta|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0002454: Z170 Maximus Hero VIII No control over Fan speeds|
|Description||All fans are now detectable except for the water pump, which is not imperative. I can find my motherboard in the configure tab and change all fans from Smart Fan IV to manual.|
After changing I then attempt to add fan curves within the fan control tab. I choose Core0 as my core temps are represented accurately. I then can change the curve and run Prime95. The fans will all spike immediately to 100% during the torture test regardless of the fan curve I set. So no matter what the upper limit of the curve is, the fans will go to 100%.
|Additional Information||I have tested every possible setting and even removed Fan Xpert 3, and changed fan bios settings and the issue remains.|
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|Motherboard Model||Maximus Hero VIII Z170|
|Video Card Model||GTX 980Ti|
||Don't forget about the "Warning" values in the Configure - Temperatures tab.|
Thanks MaxusR. The only setting I did not touch was the warning values. I went in and changed them to 99 as I do not want my fan speeds based on that and after once again messing with the bios and disabling fan xpert3 service I appear to have control as intended.
Probably would be a good thing to add a disable button on the "warning" values feature under temperatures. Can I close this ticket or does Alfredo have to?