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Old 12-08-12, 05:42 AM
Col55 Col55 is offline
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Smile Setting Cpu fan to Zero

Anyone tried setting the minimum speed of Cpu fan PWM to zero in bios ? , 2600k goes down to 1600mhz at idle , so set fan in bios not to come on at all , get temps of 28c average across all cores and less noise .

Ramps up fine under any load

Noctua UP-12 cooler .

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Old 12-08-12, 06:50 AM
airdeano airdeano is offline
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i've turned the fan control off on the CPU fan (fan did not function) cores got hot as hell.
dunna know how you think you can maintain 28° with fan off. now if you mean curve the fan profile
against temperature... this has been a practice for a long time. but for a stock fan heatsink
is almost senseless, because 99% of the 2500K/2550K/2600K/2700K owners are going to
overclock with an aftermarket heatsink fan or liquid cooling solution.

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Old 12-08-12, 03:13 PM
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Yeh, some of the big air coolers such as the D14 are able to run passively if you use LLC and offset voltages. Saves a lot on temps and noise to do it
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Old 13-08-12, 12:31 AM
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Good to see someone on the ball .
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