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Re: Fan control issue X299 Dark 2018/12/27 16:13:17 (permalink)
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guys I've been trying to change bios switch from 1 to 2 to 3 but still have the same problem...my 3 H150i fans still spinning like crazy, and my VRAM fans too...I have all set up to SMART control and Bios 1.14, Aio connected to CPU1_FAN...what can I do to actually make them be "smart"  or controlling them manually?


I would set the Fans in the Bios Back to the Defaults, if you changed the VRM Fans then you should set them back to the Default Settings in the Bios.
Is your "Aio connected" have 3 Pins or 4 Pins?




Sorry thought was a similar issue...
 
Is a Corsair 150i pro...3 fans connected to shrouded 4 pin connectors on the pump and this splitter is connected with 3 pin connection to the CPU1_FAN


post edited by Sach DJ - 2018/12/27 16:22:36
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Re: Fan control issue X299 Dark 2018/12/27 16:23:25 (permalink)
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guys I've been trying to change bios switch from 1 to 2 to 3 but still have the same problem...my 3 H150i fans still spinning like crazy, and my VRAM fans too...I have all set up to SMART control and Bios 1.14, Aio connected to CPU1_FAN...what can I do to actually make them be "smart"  or controlling them manually?


I would set the Fans in the Bios Back to the Defaults, if you changed the VRM Fans then you should set them back to the Default Settings in the Bios.
Is your "Aio connected" have 3 Pins or 4 Pins?




Is a Corsair 150i pro...3 fans connected to shrouded 4 pin connectors on the pump and this splitter is connected with 3 pin connection to the CPU1_FAN




You should just use CORSAIR iCUE for your Hydro Series™ H150i PRO RGB 360mm Liquid CPU Cooler

Compatible with CORSAIR iCUE


 
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Re: Fan control issue X299 Dark 2018/12/27 18:20:59 (permalink)
if you need detailed control use like mine
aquaero 6 XT
https://shop.aquacomputer.de/index.php?cPath=62_64
just google

 
 
 

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Re: Fan control issue X299 Dark 2018/12/27 20:06:12 (permalink)
You can buy through Newegg.com

 
 
 

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Re: Fan control issue X299 Dark 2018/12/27 21:35:40 (permalink)
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bcavnaugh
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guys I've been trying to change bios switch from 1 to 2 to 3 but still have the same problem...my 3 H150i fans still spinning like crazy, and my VRAM fans too...I have all set up to SMART control and Bios 1.14, Aio connected to CPU1_FAN...what can I do to actually make them be "smart"  or controlling them manually?


I would set the Fans in the Bios Back to the Defaults, if you changed the VRM Fans then you should set them back to the Default Settings in the Bios.
Is your "Aio connected" have 3 Pins or 4 Pins?




Sorry thought was a similar issue...
 
Is a Corsair 150i pro...3 fans connected to shrouded 4 pin connectors on the pump and this splitter is connected with 3 pin connection to the CPU1_FAN






 
I grabbed the quick start manual from here - https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Liquid-Cooling/Hydro-Series%E2%84%A2-H150i-PRO-RGB-360mm-Liquid-CPU-Cooler/p/CW-9060031-WW
 
Page 10 section 5 -
 

Connect pump power cable to
an available SATA power plug (figure 1).
• Connect pump tach cable to the CPU_FAN
header on your motherboard (figure 1).
• Connect each fan to the shrouded
4 pin connectors on the pump (figure 2).

 
Figure 1 has a left picture of a sata power connector and a right picture of a 3 pin connector going onto an 3 pin header on a board
Figure 2 has a picture of a cable plugging into a cable
 
Basically you are plugging a tach cable into the fan header on the motherboard to report (according to the above) pump speed
Fan speeds are controlled through the Corsair software not the motherboard and I think you need to use the software to view the fan speeds as well since they are only reporting the pump speed to the board
 
As to the rest of the fan settings you have changed for the VRM set them back to default for the time being
 
Page 10 section 6

Using the included CORSAIR LINK USB cable,
attach pump unit to a motherboard USB header.

 
That is how the pump assembly will communicate with the software
No need to buy anything else
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Re: Fan control issue X299 Dark 2018/12/28 08:50:23 (permalink)
Thanks a lot guys :) I did it and everything works perfectly :) thanks again and sorry if I used this post to ask question and I did not use a proper new one
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Re: Fan control issue X299 Dark 2018/12/28 11:12:45 (permalink)
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Thanks a lot guys :) I did it and everything works perfectly :) thanks again and sorry if I used this post to ask question and I did not use a proper new one

So then what did you end up doing?

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Re: Fan control issue X299 Dark 2018/12/28 11:18:00 (permalink)
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Thanks a lot guys :) I did it and everything works perfectly :) thanks again and sorry if I used this post to ask question and I did not use a proper new one

So then what did you end up doing?




Like an idiot of course I forgot that to control the fans on the radiator I needed the USB type C cable to be connected to the pump and then to the motherboard as well...just plugged it in and the USB female 10 pin to the Commander PRO USB header, so now I can control all the 3 fans on the radiator and the 6 on the case using iCue and Corsair Link...nothing else is controlled  by the motherboard itself :)
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Re: Fan control issue X299 Dark 2018/12/28 14:00:14 (permalink)
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Thanks a lot guys :) I did it and everything works perfectly :) thanks again and sorry if I used this post to ask question and I did not use a proper new one

So then what did you end up doing?

Like an idiot of course I forgot that to control the fans on the radiator I needed the USB type C cable to be connected to the pump and then to the motherboard as well...just plugged it in and the USB female 10 pin to the Commander PRO USB header, so now I can control all the 3 fans on the radiator and the 6 on the case using iCue and Corsair Link...nothing else is controlled  by the motherboard itself :)



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Re: Fan control issue X299 Dark 2019/04/18 04:19:49 (permalink)
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(SYS_FAN1) will not work for your Fans based on Temps. Also make sure you do not go over 2 AMPs
ALL FAN HEADERS HAVE A MAXIMUM POWER LIMIT OF 2 AMP @ 12 VOLTS (24 WATTS).
EXCEEDING THIS LIMIT WILL CAUSE IRREPARABLE DAMAGE TO THE BOARD.
Here are some image that may help, use second CPU Fan Header and set as shown.
 
 
 




 Yea I got em both (via a splitter) plugged in to SYS_FAN1, the running at half power could be due to them drawing too much power...these are my current settings:
 

 
I don't really need them to run via temps, I would be happy if they just ran at one set speed tbh.  They are 2 Vardar fans, I actually thought they only used under 0.5amp each :s
 
I will move them to the second CPU fan header and see what happens...
 
Although whilst I was at work, I got an email informing me that my EVGA 2080ti Ultra that I pre ordered over 2 months ago will be arriving tomorrow :D
 
 
Thanks for the help :)


hi what is PWR fan and how to control the pch fan that is x299 chipset

 
 
 

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Re: Fan control issue X299 Dark 2019/04/18 10:44:33 (permalink)
Power is the vrm fans, in the image above you can see PCH, go into there and look your options


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