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benoit.olivier

Hyper 48 very noisy

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Hi all

I have installed a hyper 48 CPU cooler on an Asus P5GD2 mobo with Intel 775 socket. It's very (very) noisy and I wonder what I did wrong since it's supposed to be rather silent.

It seems to me that the fan speed is always at max.

Any idea, suggestion would be very appreciated.

Thanks very much :D

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Where do you have if plugged in? Into your motherboard?

It's on top of the CPU. (I'm not sure I understand the question)

As to the utilities to change the speed, I'll try but I would like the fan to adjust the speed to the CPU temp and not do it manualy. I assumed it would do it by itself.

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330td    0

Where do you have if plugged in? Into your motherboard? = ou l'as tu branché? sur la carte mère?

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niktard    0

hello ,

you can also change the fan by another more quiet :

you open the PSU, unscrew the fan , put another one , which be plugged on an fanbus ( like the FANMATE of zalmn, which cost 3€ ) and you'll have a 5v fan ;)

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moddinGrl    0

You should check to see if there is any wire hitting the fan. I installed one at work today and it's incredibly quiet.

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Hi all

I may have found some kind of answer.

I think that the fan auto adjust feature in the bios is not working as it should. I have changed a few parameters with a slight improvement in the noise level.

Unfortunately, there's no newer bios version available at this stage.

Anyway, thanks to all for you answers.

Cheers

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Hybrid-Mods    0

I have a similar problem.. but with a fan on my video card.. But I change the fan speeds using a program called Speed Fan.. it's a windows program, automatically detects what it needs, and allows you to change fan speed instantly..

http://www.almico.com/speedfan.php

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