Neison

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  1. No its not unfortunatly, otherwise I would just use that fan controller to make my V8's fan run at full. Even at the moment the fan controller is set to full, buts it still staying 740ish rpm.
  2. I just updated my BIOS, But it hasn't made a difference. And I was also wondering why the fan controller on the back isn't working?
  3. How can I be sure that I have the latest BIOS?, But I'm relatively sure its the latest.
  4. I tried to change one of my system fans, I don't have any 3pin to 4pin adapters. But I am using a fan from my owl gigabyte heatsink as a smaller system fan, and I reattached the fan speed controller to it, and its now staying around 1940,1950 rpm. And if it is software, What would the best course of action be?
  5. And yes, I have tried it on a 3 pin connector. It hasn't made a difference either, and I think all my fan connector's have rpm counters on them, the other ones are being used by system fans, and I can get the rpm for those fans.
  6. Yes, I've disabled cool'n'quiet but it hasn't made a difference unfortunately, my idle temperature when its literally doing nothing is around 48-52 but at the moment its sitting at 55, and on start up it was 61, At max load it can be between 70 and 72, I know it can survive at this temperature, but I bought this heatsink because it had great reviews and it was meant to be one of the best. I'm not sure if this is relevant, but my step dad who is a computer engineer think's is a software problem, It was working great when I had my 3.2 dual, it would stay around 1800, but once I put in the new motherboard, processor and ram, it has only been at this rpm. But if there is anything else you need to know just ask. And if I connect it to a 3 pin connector, is it not true that it will always run at maximum rpm because there is no fan speed controller or something along those lines. (I'm new to heatsinks and this particular area >_<)
  7. Hello, Im having a problem with my V8 heatsink, It only staying around 740 rpm (I know there is meant to be a 10% variance) But i have changed bios settings, and have tried software, and ive tried the fan controller that came with it, but even on max load, its only staying at 740 rpm. Which is a problem for me because i have a 3.2 amd 955 black edition quad core. So any help with this would be much appreciated Motherboard: Gigabyte 790XTA-UD4 GPU: Nvidia GeFore 9800GT gddr3 Memory: 4 gig 1333 ddr3 kingston CPU: Phenom II Black Edition X4 955 3.2 quad core Hard drive: 500 gig seagate 7200rpm PSU: 600w Trimax Case: Thermaltake Wing RS OS: Windows 7 Professional