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IDProjectCategoryView StatusLast Update
0002588SpeedFanFan controlpublic2016-12-21 20:01
Reporter09876ggddzzAssigned Toalfredo 
PrioritynormalSeveritymajorReproducibilityalways
Status resolvedResolutionno change required 
PlatformASUS Z97i PlusOSWindows 7 64BitOS Version
Product Version4.50 
Target VersionFixed in Version 
Summary0002588: Fan Speeds Read 0 RPM on chassis headers
DescriptionI have an ASUS Z97i Plus.

If it plug a fan into CPU header it reads fan speed. But i cannot change the fan speed.

If i plug fans into chassis fan headers (of which there are two) it shows them as 0 RPM.

It read CPU temp fine. And detects chipset as Nuvoton NCT6791D.

Did send error report but not sure if it came through.
TagsNo tags attached.
Motherboard ModelASUS Z97i Plus
Video Card ModelATI 280x

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SteveOB

2014-09-20 11:45

reporter   ~0008183

I did try the latest beta also 4.51 Beta 2

alfredo

2014-09-20 13:50

manager   ~0008184

Did you send me a report with the latest beta?

SteveOB

2014-09-21 11:18

reporter   ~0008185

I've looked into it a bit more.. I have sent a report from 4.51 Beta 2.
Is there a more recent beta available please.

ASus Z97i Plus

The fan plugged into chassis 1 reads as Sys Fan

And when you configure auto fan control on it it gives the error
ApplyPwm – CAN'T FIND chip=0 index=1

Chassis Fan 2 shows as Aux Fan and works perfectly.
CPU fan works perfectly.

2014-09-21 11:24

 

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SteveOB

2014-09-22 08:24

reporter   ~0008186

I managed to resolve the issue clicking on configure, Sys Fan and ticking it.

So it is working for me now.

Therefore
Chassis 1 = Sys Fan
Chassis 2 = Aux Fan
Cpu Fan = Cpu Fan

So if its possible to change it to
Chassis 1 = Aux Fan
Chassis 2 =Aux 1 Fan

That would be amazing.

So reported working on Asus Z97i-Plus (mini itx). Thanks Steve

alfredo

2014-09-25 09:33

manager   ~0008187

In order to rename anything, just open CONFIGURE, select the object you want to rename and use the F2 key to rename.
I am glad to read that everything works fine now.

Issue History

Date Modified Username Field Change
2016-12-21 20:01 09876ggddzz New Issue
2016-12-21 20:01 09876ggddzz Issue generated from: 0002304