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Hyper 48 very noisy

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arizz    0

:D For themis,

Yesterday morning i've done the same thing. Unplugged the blu cablee with a small screwdriver and now yhe fan works well.

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I installed the hyper 48 fan on an asus p5ld2 and when i turned on the fan, it was insanely loud and running around 3500 rpms.

I went into the bios and turned on the cpu q-fan control to enabled. Works beautifully now! so quiet. But I will keep my eye on the cpu temp and fan speed with the asus pc probe 2 to see if any problems arise.

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xstax    0

The Hyper48 is intended to run at 1500 RPMs and is rather effective at that speed. Higher RPMs should only be needed during some heavy gaming or maybe while using some heavy duty programs possible video rendering or audio software. In the case of gaming chances are you won't here the fan over the gun fire.

PS - What's with the Necro Posting Lately...?

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ZychoFlow    0

My problem is the other way arround I bought this fan along

with a new processor (P4 3.4GHz Prescott)

I have an ASUS P4C800 Deluxe.

My Motherboard only hosts a 3-pin connections,

and when i turned my computer on the mobo

issued a cpu fan failed warning.

My q-fan was turned on and then fan was running at 954RPMS!!!

(way to slow for me), and the cpu temp was already over 45C

at the BIOS level when I just turned it on.

I disabled the q-fan and it went up to 1224RPMS.

The cpu was still getting hot climbing to 54C at the BIOS level

How can I get it to go faster from 2200 ~ 3200RPMS?

If I find it to be to noisy I'll do something about it,

but I need my system to run cooler than that.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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ZychoFlow    0

My problem is the other way arround I bought this fan along

with a new processor (P4 3.4GHz Prescott)

I have an ASUS P4C800 Deluxe.

My Motherboard only hosts a 3-pin connections,

and when i turned my computer on the mobo

issued a cpu fan failed warning.

My q-fan was turned on and then fan was running at 954RPMS!!!

(way to slow for me), and the cpu temp was already over 45C

at the BIOS level when I just turned it on.

I disabled the q-fan and it went up to 1224RPMS.

The cpu was still getting hot climbing to 54C at the BIOS level

How can I get it to go faster from 2200 ~ 3200RPMS?

If I find it to be to noisy I'll do something about it,

but I need my system to run cooler than that.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Ron    1

The problem is that some ASUS motherboards have a mistake in there PWM function.

How to solve? Put the connector on the 3 pin of your mobo and the speed will drop to 1400 RPM and you gonna have a nice silent cooler 8)

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