EVGA

EVGA 370 Micro, Slow fan response

Author
MisterKnife
New Member
  • Total Posts : 17
  • Reward points : 0
  • Joined: 2018/01/16 01:46:53
  • Status: offline
  • Ribbons : 0
2018/02/10 18:32:22 (permalink)
When using speedfan on the micro it takes like several seconds (5-15) to get the fans/pump up to speed, like there is a curve set. 
This is for noise a nice feature but not so much if my CPU goes hot quick and I need to displace the heat.
 
Can this be an option so we can turn it off so it's more direct?
 
https://youtu.be/QlgN-I_Ydfs video of response
#1

12 Replies Related Threads

    EVGATech_JoseR
    EVGA Tech Support
    • Total Posts : 460
    • Reward points : 0
    • Joined: 2014/04/11 09:39:05
    • Status: offline
    • Ribbons : 0
    Re: EVGA 370 Micro, Slow fan response 2018/02/11 22:27:30 (permalink)
    What are your system specs?
    #2
    MisterKnife
    New Member
    • Total Posts : 17
    • Reward points : 0
    • Joined: 2018/01/16 01:46:53
    • Status: offline
    • Ribbons : 0
    Re: EVGA 370 Micro, Slow fan response 2018/02/12 04:04:46 (permalink)
    • Intel 8700k
    • EVGA Z370 Micro
    • Inno3D 1080Ti X3
    • Gskill 3600 16GB
    • Seasonic Prime 850 Titanium
    • Windows 10
    and I'm controlling these with the fan headers
    • Noiseblocker eLoop B14-PS PWM
    • be quiet! Silent Wings 3 PWM
    • EK-D5 PWM G2 12V DC PWM
    and all display the same ramping up behaviour. 
     
    please note that I tried all components on a ASUS board and there they just respond 'instantly' to rpm changes.
    #3
    EVGATech_JoseR
    EVGA Tech Support
    • Total Posts : 460
    • Reward points : 0
    • Joined: 2014/04/11 09:39:05
    • Status: offline
    • Ribbons : 0
    Re: EVGA 370 Micro, Slow fan response 2018/02/12 15:17:59 (permalink)
    Thanks for the info. From the looks of it that EK-D5 PWM G2 12V motor can draw up to a max of 30W according to EK's site meaning it can easily draw 2 amps or more (not stated on EKs site) if what you said is true about having both fans plus the pump plugged into a fan header(s), the first issue is having the pump plugged into a fan header which can damage the header and the other issue is the software (Speedfan 4.52) which may be negated by SMART being enabled in the BIOS or simply just not supported on this board. 
    #4
    MisterKnife
    New Member
    • Total Posts : 17
    • Reward points : 0
    • Joined: 2018/01/16 01:46:53
    • Status: offline
    • Ribbons : 0
    Re: EVGA 370 Micro, Slow fan response 2018/02/13 01:01:52 (permalink)
    OK the EKWB D5 pump doesn't draw 30 watts as it power supply is directly connected to the PSU and only the PMW signal is controlled by the motherboard.
     
    I did try only connect one fan and changing the speeds (which does work as I stated before) but the ramp up/down of speed has curve to it which in a lot of cases is not wanted.
     
    that it's not supported or being negated by the smart is not the case as talking to the smart interface clearly works. I just think there is a function in place that prevents quick RPM changes and does it via a slow easeIn and easeOut curve.
    #5
    MisterKnife
    New Member
    • Total Posts : 17
    • Reward points : 0
    • Joined: 2018/01/16 01:46:53
    • Status: offline
    • Ribbons : 0
    Re: EVGA 370 Micro, Slow fan response 2018/02/15 04:49:10 (permalink)
    EVGATech_JoseR
     



    Do you have an update on this?
    #6
    EVGATech_JoseR
    EVGA Tech Support
    • Total Posts : 460
    • Reward points : 0
    • Joined: 2014/04/11 09:39:05
    • Status: offline
    • Ribbons : 0
    Re: EVGA 370 Micro, Slow fan response 2018/02/16 19:36:00 (permalink)
    MisterKnife
    EVGATech_JoseR
     



    Do you have an update on this?




    Will forward your case to our PM team to look into this issue.
    #7
    EVGATech_JoseR
    EVGA Tech Support
    • Total Posts : 460
    • Reward points : 0
    • Joined: 2014/04/11 09:39:05
    • Status: offline
    • Ribbons : 0
    Re: EVGA 370 Micro, Slow fan response 2018/02/18 13:36:16 (permalink)
    Which BIOS version do you currently have and what changes have you made in the BIOS or is everything set to default? 
    #8
    MisterKnife
    New Member
    • Total Posts : 17
    • Reward points : 0
    • Joined: 2018/01/16 01:46:53
    • Status: offline
    • Ribbons : 0
    Re: EVGA 370 Micro, Slow fan response 2018/02/18 23:47:45 (permalink)
    I’m now on 06 with some fan curves but I tried 05 with default settings just now and same results
    #9
    EVGATech_JoseR
    EVGA Tech Support
    • Total Posts : 460
    • Reward points : 0
    • Joined: 2014/04/11 09:39:05
    • Status: offline
    • Ribbons : 0
    Re: EVGA 370 Micro, Slow fan response 2018/02/19 13:59:04 (permalink)
    assuming, you tested both BIOS with all settings set to default, at any point did you change the fan  header settings and if so what settings did you try? 
    #10
    MisterKnife
    New Member
    • Total Posts : 17
    • Reward points : 0
    • Joined: 2018/01/16 01:46:53
    • Status: offline
    • Ribbons : 0
    Re: EVGA 370 Micro, Slow fan response 2018/02/21 00:58:20 (permalink)
    Ok, this is what I tested now on the following bioses 04 05 and 06
    all tests I did were with different separate fans
     
    default settings on bios and a separate tests with custom curves on bios. 
     
    all results are the same.. they have slow (ease) ramp up/down speeds
     
    #11
    EVGATech_JoseR
    EVGA Tech Support
    • Total Posts : 460
    • Reward points : 0
    • Joined: 2014/04/11 09:39:05
    • Status: offline
    • Ribbons : 0
    Re: EVGA 370 Micro, Slow fan response 2018/02/23 19:51:37 (permalink)
    Our PM team is asking for specific settings so if you can provide screen shots of your BIOS showing the settings you used that would be very helpful. 
    #12
    bcavnaugh
    Insert Custom Title Here
    • Total Posts : 24971
    • Reward points : 0
    • Joined: 2012/09/18 17:31:18
    • Location: Colorado Affiliate Code: E5L3CTGE12
    • Status: online
    • Ribbons : 118
    Re: EVGA 370 Micro, Slow fan response 2018/02/23 20:13:38 (permalink)
    Use a USB Flash Drive and in the Bios Press F12 to snap the screens.
    Some screens you will need to page down and Press F12 to snap the bottom.
    They are saved as a .bmp file and you can then open them in Paint and save them as a .jpg to make them smaller in size.

    Be Cautious when Helping Members on this Forum, You May Offend Others. New Horizons   My HFM  DISCLAIMER: *This Post may have just Increased my Post Count*
     


    #13
    Jump to:
  • Back to Mobile